7 Practical Tips for Building the Skills of Your L&D Team

by | Jul 1, 2015 | Articles

Whether you are an individual or team of 100, one thing is clear: times are changing and the skills in our L&D teams need to evolve. 

New learning models, constantly changing technology tools and an increasing demand from customers means that there is often very little time to build our own skills and (more importantly) confidence.

In this webinar delivered by Laura Overton, we looked at:

  • Evolving L&D – what new skills are needed?
  • How to develop skills when time and money is short
  • What’s worked and what hasn’t for other organisations
  • How to prioritise your next steps

Check out the slides below.

 

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