Two Client Case Studies Building Effective L&D Teams For Rapid Development

Three Case Studies: Building Effective L&D Teams For Rapid Development

Date September 12 2019
Duration 60 Minutes
The webinar Three Client Case Studies: Building Effective L&D Teams For Rapid Development is sponsored by eLearning Industry and presented by Rodrigo Salazar, leader of Talent Solutions Services at SweetRush. In this webinar, Rodrigo Salazar will share three successful real-life stories to showcase how you can benefit from an effective learning and development strategy. Stay tuned!
Speaker Rodrigo Salazar
Rodrigo Salazar leads Talent Solutions services at SweetRush, where he works with clients to help them find talent and build teams in learning and development, a people-centric field that impacts all lines of business within the enterprise. With education in and passion for sustainable business management, Rodrigo, a native Costa Rican, applied his energies to helping some of the most innovative Costa Rican startups in the renewable energy and SaaS markets.

At these companies, Rodrigo discovered that it is the people, and by extension the team, that is the driver for and enabler of business success. He naturally gravitated to enriching people and relationships to strengthen those businesses.

Having now found the key to both business success and his true passion, he immersed himself in the world of talent management: how individuals are taught to perform better at their jobs, how teams are built, and how engaged, motivated people are the secret formula organizations need to thrive.
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Three Case Studies: Building Effective L&D Teams For Rapid Development

With today’s rapid pace of change and innovation, learning organizations face incredible pressure to deliver training programs quickly. Tools can offer some support, but ultimately it comes down to resource and talent management. How can you build effective teams to accomplish your objectives?

World-class organizations are turning to staff augmentation as a viable path for rapid development of learning solutions and adding critical skills to their teams. We all know effective learning and development is a competitive advantage. Staff augmentation is a strategy that can speed training time-to-market and infuse your core team with fresh ideas and thinking.

In this insightful webinar, you’ll hear the real-world stories of how to engage this strategy from the Director of CPQ Process & Capabilities at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, a Director of Learning at Hilton, and a Principal Learning Consultant at Kaiser Permanente, along with the recruiting and staffing experts at SweetRush Talent Solutions. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with your peers and accelerate your learning initiatives.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to leverage staff augmentation to build effective L&D teams to achieve your organizational goals, including rapid development
  • How to identify when augmenting your team is the right talent management approach vs. outsourcing an entire project to a vendor
  • How agile recruiting can help you speed time-to-market
  • How to effectively onboard talent from the client’s and recruiters perspectives
“I’ve spoken with so many people, at organizations large and small, who are being asked to make miracles happen for the delivery of training programs. This work can be done - and done well - by employing proven talent acquisition and talent management strategies, such as staff augmentation. But to be successful, you have to know what type of project is the right fit, and how to find and resource the right talent. My clients from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Kaiser Permanente have valuable insights and stories to share with you about how they were able to build effective L&D teams to meet their goals. I hope you’ll join us - it will be time well spent!” - Rodrigo Salazar, Manager, SweetRush Talent Solutions
  • Hardware: Windows (1.4 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or faster/equivalent) or Mac (1.83 GHz Intel Core Duo or faster) and 512 MB of RAM (1 GB recommended)
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  • Internet connection: Broadband (1 Mbps+) recommended
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