The Business of Learning is produced by the team at TrainingIndustry.com, and focuses on the intersection of business performance and human capital development. Our guests are experts and innovators in organizational learning and development, and we highlight original research on trends and best practices in corporate training.
The Business of Learning, Episode 54: Learning Leader or Undercover Detective? Identifying Training Needs
To learn how learning leaders can channel their undercover detective persona and identify true learning needs, we spoke with Training Industry’s Training Needs Assessment Certificate course instructor and learning and development (L&D) consultant Dr. Kate Hixson, along with Alexandra Kubebatu, CPTM, an instructional designer at USAA and Gifty Abagre-Laryea, CPTM, U.S. training manager at World Relief.
The Business of Learning, Special Episode: Deliver Future-forward Training With AI
In this special episode of The Business of Learning, sponsored by CYPHER Learning, we spoke with Graham Glass, founder and chief executive officer of CYPHER Learning, to learn more about AI-powered learning.
The Business of Learning, Special Episode: Leadership Coaching and Development
In this episode of The Business of Learning, sponsored by Sounding Board, Inc., we spoke with Lori Mazan, co-founder, president and chief coaching officer at Sounding Board Inc., to learn more about leadership coaching and development.
The Business of Learning, Episode 53: Training at Your Fingertips - Enabling Learning in the Flow of Work
In this episode, we spoke with Steve Young, global head of employee experience and leadership assessments at Caterpillar, and Heer Kansal, global technical L&D leader at Novelis, to learn more about learning in the flow of work.
The Business of Learning, Episode 52: Pioneering Change - The Power of Equitable Learning and Development
To learn how training can help drive a more inclusive future of work, we spoke with Anson Green, senior manager of economic opportunity at Tyson Foods, Lori Spicer Robertson, vice president of DEI at Saks Fifth Avenue and founder and chief joymaker at Wundher, and Alaina Doyle, learning and development director at Wells Fargo.
The Business of Learning, Special Episode - The New ”Learning Economy:” How Training Can Help Companies Stay Ahead of Change
In episode of The Business of Learning, sponsored by Execonline, we spoke with Stephen Bailey, chief executive officer of ExecOnline. Stephen, to learn how L&D can help drive and sustain business growth during times of change.
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