August 24, 2020 8:00 am Central Time (US & Canada)

Retooling Talent Development for the New Normal (COVID-19 #11)

Beyond In-Person Training: Finding New Ways to Add Value (Case Study: Douglas Dynamic)

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  • August 24, 2020
    8:00 am - 9:00 am

Session Focus: Beyond In-Person Training: Finding New Ways to Add Value
Case Study: Douglas Dynamic

Hero story arc: our protagonist (DD’s L&D department, and likely you the audience member) just experienced a collapse in demand for your most recognized product (in-person ILT). How did our protagonist pivot to not only avoid being unnecessary but actually became more valuable?

What we will explore together :
Distinguish what we do (activities) from what adds value (our purpose; OD wheel):

  • Stop doing activities that no longer add value (examples: in-person training, employee experience survey)
  • Leverage relationships to discover needs (examples: helping IT with choosing virtual tool)
  • Rapidly innovate to serve customer needs (examples: upskilling with tech skills, remote working, communicating & recognizing employees)


ELE’s Learning Circle will be ideating Retooling Talent Development for the New Normal.

  • How Do We in L&D Add Unexpected Value?
  • Why does it matter?

ELE’s Idea Exchange: Collaborate your insights online with your peers here.


Consider joining ELE’s Virtual cohort for Learning & HR Executives. A TEAM LEADERS Membership grants a year-long learning process through face-to-face collaboration and networking with other local heads of Learning & Talent Development, access to a robust archive of Virtual cohorts and exchanges via ELE Insights, and robust question & answer forum named the ELE Idea Exchange. Each senior leader is encouraged to bring a peer from their organization that contributes to, engages, or supports the Learning & Talent spectrum for their workplace.

Our quarterly cohort exchanges are built around the following design elements:

  1. Sharing practical case studies aligned to business needs
  2. Identifying key issues and developing insights and solutions
  3. Canvassing learning industry trends applied at ELE members’ workplace

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