Implementing Third Party Learning Resources To Support Employee Retention And Skill Development
Thanks to the “great resignation,” employers are looking for ways to enhance their employee value proposition through various initiatives. One such initiative focuses on upskilling employees to retain them and prepare them for future roles in the organization. One of the ways to do this is by enhancing learning and development programs with additional resources and tools to address current employee skill gaffes. More importantly, it’s important for employees to have opportunities to enhance their skills regardless of whether they are looking for a new role or are considering just building up their current skill set. There are numerous online resources that can be used as part of a third-party contact strategy. In this presentation, we will review the benefits of developing a learning content strategy, and discuss the benefits of online resources such as LinkedIn learning and Massive Online Open Course (MOOCS). Will also discuss a strategy for developing your online content strategy.
Dr. Jimenez is the head of learning and development for Clear Channel Outdoor and adjunct instructor at New Jersey City University department for Educational Technology. He is also a published author and co-editor of the upcoming book: “Current Trends in CyberSecurity and Educational Technology.”
Dr. Veronica (Ronnie) O'Neill is an adjunct faculty member in the Educational Technology and Management Departments at the New Jersey City University School of Business and at SUNY Rockland. She holds a doctorate in Educational Technology Leadership from New Jersey City University as well as Masters degrees in Accounting and in Organization Leadership and Management. She also has earned a Graduate Certificate in Online Learning and Teaching. Prior to teaching, she was a Vice President in a major Wall Street brokerage firm. In her position as an operations manager, she supported clients and partners worldwide. To learn more about Ronnie and her work, visit RonnieONeill.com
Copyright © 2007-2022 NEDLA
NEDLA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.