The demands on healthcare workers have stretched the industry in unthinkable ways. The time has come to take greater care of the growing medical workforce, and that can start with more learning opportunities. Why?
80% of people don’t have the skills they need for their current role or future career.
Nearly three fourths of CEOs say that a lack of critical expertise and skill threatens their business’ growth.
Join Degreed to discover what our latest, proprietary research reveals about learning conditions that will positively impact employee experience during this trying time. Find out how companies like UnitedHealth Group and Fraser Health Authority are re-energizing their learning cultures to drive retention — and hear it directly from L&D professionals just like you.
Annee has 20+ years in L&D, M&A, Talent, and HR Technologies with Global 2000 companies such as Bosch Automotive, Alstom, General Electric, and Danone. She has led learning design and shared services organizations, including building group-level HR centers of expertise around design, digital transformation, and HR technology. She has held HR leadership roles in L&D as the CLO of Danone and head of HR Process & Tools at GE. Obsessed with innovation and how new technology impacts society, she now prefers to spend her time evangelizing about the Future of Work and “smart work culture” to anyone who will listen. She is secretly afraid of robots taking over the world while (ironically) awaiting singularity with impatience.
Deborah Wiest is the Vice President of United Healthcare Network (UHN) Learning and Development, leading UHN University. As an organizational learning and performance improvement leader, Deb has over 25 years of experience in learning and development, performance solutions, leadership coaching, and operations across multiple industries. Deb is a hiker, traveler, “fair weather” half marathon runner, and continuous learner who believes everyone has unique gifts that can help them reach their personal best, at work and in life.
Daryl is the Leader of People Development at Fraser Health (30,000+ employees). After 20+ years teaching in the academic world Daryl shifted to health care developing content and experiences for all levels of the organization. He is focused on ensuring all people see themselves as leaders with influence, to enhance the experience of patients and care providers.
I have worked in healthcare for most of my professional career. Currently, I am a Director in Fraser Health. I am experienced as an Organization Development consultant, coach, facilitator and educator. I have been responsible for developing and delivering leadership and management development programs to hundreds of leaders for the past 20 years, and have added the world of Talent Development to my current scope of leadership. I am a Certified Executive Coach and have been privileged to coach at Senior Leader levels for over 10 years. I am also involved in teaching as a sessional faculty member at Trinity Western University in the Leadership Development undergraduate degree program.
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