Welcome to L&D’s Land of “And”

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Building the organizational culture now appears to be part of the mandate for Learning and Development (L&D) professionals, as how employees feel about working for an organization is perhaps just as valued as improving their knowledge base—particularly as the “Great Resignation” continues to roil the workforce.

This white paper looks at the challenges Training Hall of Fame companies are experiencing and the strategies they are developing to design training and development programs and foster the culture that learners, managers, and senior leadership need in order to thrive, regardless of whether they work virtually, in-person, or in a hybrid environment.

Having come from the pre-pandemic landscape where options typically were in-person or virtual and talent management, culture building, and L&D were separate functions, we now appear to be in the land of “and” when it comes to the role L&D is expected to play in employee training, development, and engagement.

About the Training Hall of Fame
Created in 2008, the Training Hall of Fame comprises organizations that attained a spot in the Top 10 of
Training magazine’s Training APEX Awards for four consecutive years. The Training APEX Awards recognize outstanding employer-sponsored workforce training and development. Training Hall of Fame companies are:
BNSF Railway
Booz Allen Hamilton
Capital Blue Cross
Deloitte LLP
Dollar General Corporation
Keller Williams Realty, Inc.
KLA Corporation
Leading Real Estate Companies of the World
McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
Sonic Automotive
United Wholesale Mortgage


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