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Community of Change: Shaping and Shifting Culture



Please join our next Culture Community of Practice gathering, as we begin a 3-Part Series on the Workplace Learning Professional’s Role in Shaping Culture.

These Online Sessions Are Complimentary

Topic: Workplace Learning Professional’s Role in Shaping Culture

Dates:

  • Part 1: Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. EDT

  • Part 2: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. EDT

  • Part 3: Tuesday, June 4, 2019 at 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. EDT






Let’s face it, the Workplace Learning Professional’s role is no longer filling training requests to fill up seats. Continuing to perform in that manner will lead to self-sabotage and eventually render it unnecessary and obsolete. The role needs to evolve to more of a trusted advisor that is seen as a value-add as opposed to a cost-center and overhead. In this 3-part series we will tackle questions the workplace learning professionals are asking:

1. What steps do I need to take to be viewed as a trusted advisor?
2. What skills are needed to make the shift to advisor?
3. How do I know if training is the right solution and what do I do when some says, “I need training"?
4. Who are the key players that I need to involve as a become a trusted advisor?






For this 3-Part Series, we’ll discuss:



Part 1: The Evolution of the Workplace Learning Professional

  • What is the current reality of the workplace learning professional?

  • Why must the learning professional role evolve?

  • What does it mean to make this shift from order taker to trusted advisor?

  • Who are the primary customers/clients?

  • What does the trusted advisor role look like?

 

Part 2: Making the Shift from Order Taker to Trusted Advisor

  • How do you go about making this shift?

  • What relationships are needed?

  • How do we get there?

  • What are the challenges that you may face?

 

Part 3: Sustaining the Trusted Advisor Role as a Workplace Learning Professional

  • How do we continue to demonstrate value to the organization?

  • How do we measure success?

  • How do we keep the momentum going?

 

 


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