Is 2020 a turning point for L&D?

29/04/2020 2:00 PM BST

Is 2020 a turning point for L&D?

Learning and Development (L&D) is changing. There is a growing move in L&D away from the traditional focus content to data-supported workplace learning. That is a fundamental shift in the way we see ourselves – and it is just one of three major trends from Donald H Taylor’s annual Global Sentiment Survey.

Join Donald in this webinar, as he explores the results of the seventh Survey. He’ll look at the opinions of over 2,200 people from 86 countries world-wide, and examine what it tells us about the future of L&D this year, and beyond. In addition he will explore what will happen as L&D responds to the effects of the coronavirus.

During this session, you will learn:

Data-supported learning: are we ready for it?

Does L&D really want to be closer to the business?

The five fates of trends in L&D: the hype and the happening

Is North America still a driving force in new L&D ideas?

Coping with the coronavirus










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Donald H Taylor
Chair, Learning and Performance Institute
Donald H Taylor is a veteran of the learning, skills and human capital industries. He has experience at every level from design and delivery to chairman of the board and has been chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute since 2010.
Mark Lynch
Chief Technical Officer
Mark has been with Learning Pool since 2010. In that time, he has helped shape the technical and product direction of the company. He led the development of Adapt, a project that has revolutionised the mobile learning experience, not just for our customers but across the industry.