I am determined that Learning and Development should be an integral part of business activity. Too often managers ask for training as an afterthought, and, since L&D haven’t been involved in the design, it fails.
Let’s get L&D included as an intrinsic part of business practice; we need to demonstrate its value, successes, and how it adds to the business performance. To do that I am touching nerves.
This blog is called Lost and Desperate since it describes the people who come to me:
Lost – they don’t know what they need to learn;
Desperate – they know but don’t know how to access it.
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