The 8 Modern Dimensions of a Healthy Learning Organization That Every CLO Should Know
Findings from the Learning Health Index Report 2022

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Author stacey boyle
Learning Strategist & Value Consultant, EdCast by Cornerstone
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  • Date and Time
    Tue, Aug 23, 2022 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
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    1 Hour
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Description

In this webinar, Stacey Boyle, Learning Strategist & Value Consultant at EdCast by Cornerstone, will share the findings from a recent research study about the various factors that contribute to an organization’s overall learning health. The study, conducted in partnership with the Hult International Business School, analyzed 50 leading organizations across the U.S., Europe, and the UK to assess their learning health across 8 distinct dimensions. The results from the research suggest that despite extensive executive sponsorship, increased investments in learning and skilling, and tighter strategic alignment of the learning function, most organizations have yet to unlock the potential of a healthy learning culture.

In this exclusive webinar, you will learn about the 8 dimensions of a healthy learning organization and walk away with insights you can use to benchmark your learning culture against other high-performing organizations, and receive some practical tips for how to build a healthier learning culture.
 

About Stacey Boyle, Ph.D.

Stacey Boyle, Ph.D., is a Learning Strategist & Value Consultant at EdCast by Cornerstone. Stacey has over 25 years in the L&D field as a strategic consultant. Her professional journey includes a decade of working as a learning strategist for clients of the top three eLearning vendors. Dr. Boyle has designed and delivered measurable change initiatives with Fortune 500 companies (e.g., McDonald’s, Verizon, BMW, Allergan pharmaceuticals), federal agencies (e.g., Defense Acquisition University, NASA), non-profits (e.g., Greater Twin Cities United Way and CareerEdge), and school districts. Stacey shares some of her best practices in her book “Be More Strategic in Business: How to Win through Stronger Leadership and Smarter Decisions,” co-authored with Diana Thomas, former McDonald’s CLO.


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