The future of learning and development is already here. This new reality includes employees and their managers sharing more of the responsibility than you might be used to. That doesn’t mean your L&D organization, practices, and tools are obsolete – they still play an important role. But they do need to evolve. These days, the most successful learning organizations do more than just supply learning. They also enable their workers to take learning into their own hands.
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Lori Eshelman is a Director of Enterprise Learning Solutions at Degreed. Lori holds a JD/MBA and has over 15 years of Human Capital experience with a focus on Corporate Learning and Development. She has assisted Fortune 500 companies across multiple industries in the development and execution of learning strategy and programs. Prior to joining Degreed, Lori spent several years as a Manager at Deloitte Consulting, overseeing Bersin by Deloitte’s business in the Latin America and US Markets. Lori also worked as an HR Practice Director for the Corporate Executive Board (CEB) where she cultivated high-level strategic partnerships with leading organizations across the globe, focusing on employee improvement at all levels while leading with insight to deliver bottom line results.