Reflecting on the Value of L&D Pre-COVID & Today
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  • On April 6, Charisse Kosova facilitate our first COVID-19 Learning Circle #1: How should L&D respond? The primary objective is to share and learn together. With over 50 participants, a robust discussion and a group chat log, we met and exceed the original goal.

    We continued the conversation every other Monday (biweekly) due to an interest in L&D during this pandemic and an overwhelming number of participants. Amy Wittig shared early at one of our biweekly discussions that her organization is creating strategies for three troughs. With our 8th learning now focusing on forward-thinking strategies for retooling L&D as we embrace the new normal.

    What we will explore together:

    The crisis is forcing almost every business to immediately develop, adapt, or improve remote work policies and procedures. The workplace has evolved and so must our L&D and talent management function.

    We will look back and look forward to discussing COVID-19 and how companies are reacting with new questions and open the floor to new discussion.

     

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