Please join us virtually on Tuesday, April 4 from 6 - 7 p.m.
The story about great learning and performance hasn’t really changed. The plot remains the same. How we tell the story continues to evolve. Times have changed significantly. The world is very different. How we go about equipping, engaging, and developing talent has changed. The last two years have shown Learning and Development professionals the need to pivot, acquire new skills, and take learning to their learners in new and different approaches. And while the skills needed today are new and different than years before, the context for why we use these skills have not changed. There are some things about organizational learning and performance that are timelessly contemporary. These timeless foundational principles around Learning and Development transcend years and technologies (and even pandemics!). Learning and Development professionals who ignore these foundations put their learners, themselves, and their organizations at peril. Join Terrence Donahue as he describes how he has observed and gown with many changes to organizational learning over his 28 years in Learning and Development.
As Corporate Director of Learning at Emerson Electric (FORTUNE 175, 90,000 employees in 140 countries), Terrence Donahue leads a team of talented, passionate, and high-performing professionals supporting the performance and development of current and emerging leaders. Terrence is a popular keynote speaker at international conferences on the topics of leadership, learning & development, and performance improvement. He has contributed to eghti books over the last ten years. Over the last 29 years, he has personally trained over 42,000 people on five continents. He is the recent recipient of several international awards for his work in Leadership Development, including the prestigious Excellence in Practice Award from the Association for Talent Development and the Learning in Practice Award from Chief Learning Officer.