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Learning Culture Transformation

  • Thursday, October 01, 2020
  • 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Virtual Delivery


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Learning Culture Transformation 

As talent development professionals, we are generally aware of what a strong learning culture feels like in an organization. Most of us have experienced both good and bad cultures, and seen how either scenario plays out in terms of outcomes to the business. In the HBR article Teams Solve Problems Faster When They’re More Cognitively Diverse Alison Reynolds and David Lewis present the findings from a study they did that captures and defines what good and bad cultures really are. Knowing that the future of learning in an organization requires both a proactive "on-demand" and information-integrated strategy for people to prepare for complex business problems, my question is how do we influence and transform our organizations to move to what Reynolds and Lewis have identified in the topic right quadrant of their chart?

ATD Capabilities covered in this session:

  • Cultural Awareness and Inclusion
  • Organization Development and Culture
  • Change Management
  • Collaboration & Leadership

Presenter Information: Joel Fleet

Joel Fleet has spent most of his career as a technology sales professional or sales leader. As a sales leader he spent a great deal of time educating his team and peers on business solutions, acumen, leadership concepts, and strategy. After several years he had found that those activities were the ones that gave him the most energy when showing up for work, and that by pursuing them he gravitated towards training, L&D, and sales enablement roles naturally. Now as a full time coach and educator that is less concerned with job title or organizational hierarchy and more concerned with workforce transformation and how humans adapt to the rapid changing needs required to solve the societal problems, Joel enjoys spending time staying on top of the issues that are pushing our profession as learning professionals forward. When not doing that you can try to find him deep in the Rockies with his phone turned off while hiking, biking, or kayaking to parts unknown with his dog!


Thursday, October 1, 4:30pm - 5:30pm




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Non-Member – $15 

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