Award-Winning Training is Great, But What Have You Done For Us Lately?
- How does the learning you or your organization develop stack up?
- Are your programs better, similar, or (gasp!) worse than industry standards?
- Would you like to compete for one of various L&D awards to find out?
How can your team benefit from award competitions?
During this interactive session, Laurie Edelman will highlight how your L&D organization can compete for prestigious awards and industry recognition. She will do this by sharing her team’s experience -- and some cheat sheets -- to get you started.
In 2011, Bersin & Associates recognized Teradata with two “WhatWorks® Awards”:
- The "Operational Training and Development Excellence" Award - Given in recognition of "Teradata MBA for New Hires", a blended development program for salespeople which begins the first day on the job and provides a roadmap for continuous learning.
- The "Learning and Talent Technology Excellence" Award - Given in recognition of Teradata's computer-based training allowing customer service associates to practice guided labs on a virtual machine.
Learn from Laurie what it takes to earn this type of recognition for you and your organization. You may find that your team is already high performing and simply not getting the recognition they deserve!
Explore this topic with your colleagues
To round out the session, Laurie will lead participants in a small-group activity where you explore how award winning teams - like hers and yours – can avoid “resting on their laurels” and continue delivering best-in-class, award-winning learning!
Laurie Edelman is the Director of Sales & Leadership Learning at Teradata Corporation, a provider of business analytics and big data solutions. The Teradata Learning team has won awards, industry recognition, and patents for their innovative approaches to workforce advancement. In her 20+ year career at Teradata, Laurie has designed, developed, and delivered learning programs, performance support, and consulting engagements for sales, professional services, corporate leaders, customer support, and engineers. Before Teradata, she worked at TransAmerica Corporation, Software Design Associates, and as an independent contractor. Laurie started her career in New York City as a journalist and business copywriter. The transition to corporate learning allowed her to continue her love of writing, and to explore endless new challenges while helping to build confidence in others. (Isn't learning the greatest career choice?)
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