"How to Unlock L&D as an Agent of Transformative Change" with Matthew Brown

  • 30 Jun 2020
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Online


June 30 (11:00 am - 12:00 pm PST) | Tuesday
"How to Unlock L&D as an Agent of Transformative Change"

with Matthew Brown


In times of disruption, where does an organization turn to usher in long-term effective change?


Unfortunately, the first stop is not always the L&D function. In fact, too often we’re brought in late and asked to turn training around on a dime. The perception that L&D “just delivers training” is a critical miss.


During this webcast, Matthew Brown, vice president of learning and brand success at Schoox, will demonstrate: 

  • Why L&D is a key change agent during the change management process
  • Change management competencies L&D can offer today
  • How L&D can strengthen its influence and strategic support of change management
  • How executive leadership teams can tap the L&D function to drive effective change management.    

       

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      PRESENTER

      Matthew Brown

      Matthew Brown

      VP of Learning & Brand Success, Schoox

      Matthew Brown is vice president of learning and brand success at Schoox. During his more than 15 years in information technology, human resources, and L&D, he managed complex HR and IT Enterprise SaaS solutions, training initiatives, and program rollouts. Today he blends people, processes, and technology to better connect HR and talent development.


      Sponsor

      Schoox


      ATD SF East Bay, Inc.
      2415 San Ramon Valley Blvd. #4401
      San Ramon, California, 94583

      ATD SF East Bay is a California Non-profit corporation.

       
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