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Strategies and Tools for Driving Learner Engagement
Many organizations are prioritizing learning to attract, retain, and grow top talent, but implementing the strategies at the right time for the right learner can be tough. Doing it with tight resources, even tougher. Andersen Corporation has experienced this. They knew it wasn’t enough to follow the standard “if you build it, they will come” mentality for learning.
In this session, Strategies and Tools for Driving Learner Engagement, you’ll come away with:
- New ideas from the Andersen team as they share how they’ve been able to achieve a consistent increase in the consumption of Cornerstone Content Anytime (CCA) courses month over month
- Considerations to help you get started building your own effective communications strategy
- Tips and tools for executing a sustainable plan that drives continuous engagement and builds a culture of passionate learners
In addition to hearing about Andersen’s content journey, you’ll also get a refresher from the Cornerstone team on the learner engagement tools we have available and ways that you can leverage your partnership with Cornerstone to get the most out of your learning content.
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Build power skills for healthcare & life sciences success
With the acceleration of digital technology, rapidly changing regulations, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare and life sciences organizations have had through navigate through a lot of change. Keeping up with the latest rules and regulations, plus technology advances, they must provide training and learning opportunities to continuously develop the knowledge base of their people.
Help your retail employees build power skills today
Rising costs and high inflation have tightened consumer spending as of late, thus creating challenges for retailers as they rely on a strong macroeconomic environment and healthy levels of disposable income to drive sales growth. While a large portion of purchases are made online, studies show that consumers still prefer to buy things in-person, creating a synergy between digital and in-person shopping and the need for an omnichannel strategy and hybrid model. Changing social trends have also adjusted customer expectations, so retail organizations need to be agile and able to train their employees quickly and at scale.