Learning and Development Outlook: Stay Ahead of the Curve—Focus on Strengthening Your Learning Culture

The Conference Board of Canada, March 7, 2018
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A strong learning culture is not only vital for the health of individual organizations, it’s essential for the health of industry or business overall. It’s the key to unlocking how we get from where we are today to where we want to go. The costly irony is that most organizations cut back on learning and development during challenging times – which is perhaps when they need it the most.

The Conference Board of Canada will soon release the 14th edition of the Learning and Development Outlook. This popular report summarizes the results of a biennial survey of Canadian organizations on their approaches to learning and development (L&D). It identifies several key drivers that can encourage a more robust learning environment.

This 60-minute recorded webinar will dive deep into the survey results of the report and explore the state of L&D in Canadian organizations today.

Webinar Highlights

During this recorded session, you'll get the full story behind the latest benchmark data. This session provides an overview of the current state of learning and development (L&D) practices and programs across Canada, with attention paid to the impact of a learning culture on organizational performance. It includes analysis and discussion of benchmark information on:

  • organizational learning culture
  • expenditures on learning and development
  • diversity of learning delivery
  • organizational learning support
  • learning evaluation and organizational strategy
  • leadership development

About Colin

Photo of Colin HallColin Hall is an Associate Director with the Organizational Performance division of The Conference Board of Canada. Since joining the Board in October 2012, Colin has been actively involved in research and advisory services in the areas of learning, leadership, employee engagement as well as Human Resources Trends and Metrics.

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