Webinar: How to Build an Innovative Learning Organization?

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Date Dec 6, 2017
Time 1 pm EST/ 10 am PST(60Mins)
Cost Free
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Summary:

Join NetCom Learning CEO, Russell Sarder, along with Managed Learning Services leader NetCom Learning for a complimentary interactive webinar on "How to Build an Innovative Learning Organization?".

What makes organizations successful? Today, most successful companies are learning organizations. These organizations are composed of engaged, motivated employees who continually seek improvement, which leads to organizational agility and the ability to innovate ahead of the curve. When you encourage learning at every level, from the intern to the C suite, you gain a more highly skilled workforce with a greater ability to act in any situation.

Agenda
» Why is it important to build a learning organization?
» How do you build a learning organization?
» Ultimately, what is learning?
» Q&A with Russell

Date- 6th December 2017
Time- 1 pm to 2 pm EST/ 10 am to 11 am PST (60 Mins)
Register here in order to receive the link

Speaker Bio:
Russell Sarder is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and CEO of Learning.

Under his leadership, NetCom Learning – a global leader in managed learning services, training, and talent development company - has become a multimillion-dollar business. Among many awards, Inc 5000 Magazine listed NetCom Learning three time as one of the fastest growing private companies in the USA. NetCom Learning has also been recognized by Microsoft as Learning Partner of the Year and has been rewarded four times as Top 20 IT Training Company by Training Industry.

Sarder is the author of Building an Innovative Learning Organization, published by Wiley; and Learning: Steps to Becoming a Passionate Lifelong Learner and Effective Learning Methods. He has been featured in Yahoo Finance, CNBC, Daily News and the New York Times; his television appearances include CBS Market Watch and NY1. Sarder is also a business practitioner and mentor for MBA students and alumni at Columbia University. 

 


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