More than 40% of the global workforce are considering leaving their employers this year. Learning and development leaders have a bigger opportunity than ever to improve employee experience and worker retention. How? By implementing a positive learning culture. But until now, many learning leaders have struggled to even define learning culture, let alone build or improve one.
That’s why we asked more than 2,400 global workers what the best companies get right about their learning opportunities, and where others go wrong. In this webinar, learn 15 things all positive learning cultures have in common — and how you can apply them across your organization.
Michael Pratt is an Enterprise Sales Director in the southeast region of the U.S. Michael joined Degreed over a year ago and brings more than 20 years of experience in the Human Capital Management space. He specializes in helping organizations design and implement programs that intertwine recruiting, learning and development, and workforce planning. Michael has a BA and an MBA in Human Capital Management and Business Administration.
"Degreed has uniquely built its own technology category from the ground up and it is a hot one. They have also provided a blueprint for what best-in-class looks like as a product and a company."