With current world events, digital transformation has drastically accelerated. Our workforce is dispersed and burned out. Eighty percent of our people don’t have the skills they need for their current role or future career. Unfortunately, many talent leaders aren’t being effective where it counts. Nearly three-quarters of chief executive officers say that a lack of critical expertise and skill threatens their business’ growth. Some chief learning officers, however, are adapting and evolving— even thriving—in the face of all this change and disruption. Join Providence St. Joseph Health and Degreed to find out what successful people leaders in healthcare are doing differently.
Hint: It’s more than online learning opportunities and yearly performance reviews.
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Darci Hall is the chief learning officer and executive director of Integrated Talent Management, part of Providence St. Joseph Health’s human resources and talent organization, where she is responsible for setting strategic direction for the learning experience our caregivers consume. She and her team work closely with caregivers and executives to ensure that these learner-centric solutions enable workforce excellence today and into the future.
Sarah has been actively involved in the learning space for 9 years, leading marketing and communications efforts in both corporate and startup capacities. She currently leads the Enterprise Communications and Content Development efforts on Degreed’s Product Marketing Team. Prior to Degreed, Sarah served as the Senior Customer Marketing Manager at Xyleme where she worked closely with Fortune 500 clients to market their learning success and grow their comprehensive author/delivery solutions. When she’s not developing new content, she can be found experimenting with new recipes or walking her two blockheads at the base of the Rockies in Boulder with her husband.
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