Employee Learning Week: Employee Development on a Shoestring: Developing Talent Outside the Classroom

  • 07 Dec 2012
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar

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With training budgets slashed and organizations struggling to do more with less, many employees as well as those responsible for their development are challenged to find ways to address employee development needs. While classroom and online training is a popular and first-in-mind development method, it can be costly and complex. In addition to possibly being out of reach for budgetary and cost-to-productivity reasons, even when training is available it may not be the only or the best way to address learning needs. In this webinar, explore other, non-training ways to develop employees on a tight budget. Consider the pros and cons of various non-training development methods, consider the requirements and specifications of three specific employee development ideas, and begin to develop a strategy for implementing new employee development methods for your organization.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and assess various employee development methods that can be applied outside the classroom and on a tight budget.
  • Analyze three specific examples of non-training employee development methods.
  • Develop a strategy for incorporating new development methods for your employees.

About the Author

"Halelly Azulay is a consultant, facilitator, speaker and author with 20 years of professional experience in the fields of workplace learning and communication in corporate, government, regulatory, nonprofit and academic organizations. She is the author of the book, Employee Development on a Shoestring (ASTD Press, 2012), in which she provides managers and supervisors hands-on tools and techniques for developing employees outside the classroom and on a budget. Halelly is the president of TalentGrow LLC, a consulting company focused on developing leaders and teams to improve the human side of work. TalentGrow specializes in leadership, communication skills, teambuilding, facilitation, coaching, and emotional intelligence. Halelly is Past President of the Board of Directors of the award-winning Metro DC chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) where she served in various roles."

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