Come hear their turnaround story.......
Nuance has grown from having no formalized corporate education and a zero budget to a full-service corporate university staffed by seven. Learn how they overcame the same pressure we all face ... communicating the results of learning to corporate executives.
How did they establish and implement Best Practices in L&D during this journey?
1. Using technology and online learning to minimize training costs ...
100% of their training budget goes to online learning!
2. Ensuring that training is cost effective and aligned with corporate goals
3. Capturing the metrics that executives care most about
4. Building executive support for L&D
Also joining us will be Phil Konecki of YMCA Training, Inc. – YMCA of Greater Boston. Phil will be giving a brief presentation on the fine work being done through his organization in:
1. Helping unemployed individuals get back to work through office skills
2. Promoting a talent pool of skilled, diverse professionals representing all of
greater Boston’s communities
3. Supporting candidates through mentoring, resume writing, interview
practice, internships, and job placement assistance.
As Business Development Manager at YMCA Training Inc., Phil works intensively with people in job transition. His aim is to help them become the best informed and best prepared job seekers in the marketplace. Phil focuses on helping each candidate identify the unique strengths and passions they can’t wait to offer their next employer.
Developing ways for professional people to become part of this process is at the heart of what he does. Some of the opportunities he’s developed for interested volunteers include focus groups to drive curriculum changes and updates; a program in which industry experts help trainees rework their resumes and develop their interview skills; and a mentoring program for trainees beginning their internship experience.
Phil’s commitment is to creating a collaborative, mutually beneficial experience between trainees and expert volunteers.