How the Workforce Learns November 2019


The shift from relying on L&D to self-directed learning has left many organizations wondering about the role of L&D in a worker-driven world. Does L&D curate learning? Design learning? Let learners control it all?

We think the best place to start is by understanding how your workforce learns so you can better enable their skill development.

How the Workforce Learns November Webinar 2019


 How people fuel their careers and build their skills in 2019

What our modern workforce wants from their corporate learning teams

How innovative organizations are building skills and designing learning experiences not just providing content

How you can help your learners align learning to their goals to drive your organization’s success

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About Your Speaker

Kristi Broom

Kristi Broom is Director of Growth Engagement at Degreed, and a L&D leader with 20+ years of experience, including time at Citi and Anthem. Her expertise lies in delivering complex global solutions with impact, including learning technology strategy and change management, and realizing value through skills. A true promoter of lifelong learning and skill growth, Kristi is a mentor for MNCAPS, a program that fully immerses students in a professional culture while receiving high school and college credit.

What people are saying about Degreed:

"Degreed turns education into actionable data predictive of success."


Dave Ulrich

HR Magazine's #1 most influential thought leader worldwide in HR

"Degreed allows organizations to inventory their existing employees, train them, and track it all. And, when employees do have external training or experience, have the company give them credit for it—I think that‘s critical."


Mark Cuban

American businessman, investor, and owner of the Dallas Mavericks

"Organizations like Degreed help people catalog their learning experiences to better leverage them throughout their career."


Josh Bersin

Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Founder, Bersin by Deloitte