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If you are responsible for employee Learning & Development in your company, take time to get this FREE briefing report. It only takes a few minutes to read and you will discover:
- Why low training attendance fails employees, managers and the company
- Why the role of L&D can ‘spiral downward’ if you don’t change your ways of working
- A new approach to achieve more highly motivated and productive employees
- The 3 Steps to attaining 110%* Training Attendance
- Why this new approach can be self-perpetuating and fun
- Why avoiding change could result in much of your role being replaced
*It’s not just about getting people to turn up for courses and programmes – it’s how you maximise learning across the company.
This FREE briefing report is written by Alexis Kingsbury, a specialist L&D consultant who has worked with the likes of Sony, AstraZeneca, IMI plc and TUI plc.
About Alexis Kingsbury
Over the last decade, Alexis has worked with hundreds of talent managers and leaders from a wide variety of organizations (such as Sony, AstraZeneca, DHL, IMI and TUI) to help them get the best from their people, and to do so in a way that gains solid support from leadership.
He is also a co-founder of Spidergap, an online 360-degree feedback tool that helps thousands of businesses from around the world (including Autodesk, Britvic, Cisco, DDB, Elekta, and Fitness First) to help employees prioritise their personal development and actually take action.
“I am passionate about the power of learning, and care deeply about helping L&D to better support their employees to grow.
I love helping organizations inspire their employees to greatness, and I want to help you do this at your organization too.
To help you get started right away, I’d like to send you a free report that identifies the 3 key steps that you need to take to drastically improve training attendance in your organisation.”
Click on the button below to get your free copy now.
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