When you commit to helping your people learn and build skills for the future, it’s incredibly important to think of a strong learning culture as the foundation of your learning strategy. To create a learning culture, it’s important to enlist learning champions at your company and secure stakeholder buy-in, create strong employee engagement with learning and use data to share your successes.
Explore the skills needed for the future of work. Join David Wentworth, Principal Analyst at Brandon Hall Group, and Kelly Palmer, as they take an industry look at how companies are building strong learning cultures and why learning cultures are so critical for creating successful upskilling strategies.
Kelly Palmer is on a mission to change the way the world learns and builds skills. A well-known thought leader on learning, business, and career development, she is currently on the executive team of Degreed as the chief learning/talent officer and was formerly the chief learning officer of LinkedIn. She is the co-author of the book The Expertise Economy: How the smartest companies use learning to engage, compete, and succeed, which was named one of the best business books of 2019. She speaks regularly at companies and business conferences around the world, has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times, Fast Company, Entrepreneur, Inc, and Barron’s among others. Kelly lives in Denver, CO.
David Wentworth has been a research analyst in the human capital field since 2005, joining Brandon Hall Group in 2012 to concentrate on learning research. David’s research focuses on how people learn and the role of emerging technologies. He has written several reports published by ATD, covering mobile learning, social/collaborative learning, and more. His work has also appeared in Compensation & Benefits Review, T+D Magazine and CLO Magazine. David is a busy speaker, delivering keynotes, breakout sessions and participating on panels at events around the world.