Overcoming the Most Common L&D Obstacles – by Megan Dybczak

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Overcoming the Most Common L&D Obstacles

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Megan Dybczak

2020, march 25

In Expo & DevLearn 2019 Conference, attendees were asked what their challenges were in learning and development. Out of eight major themes arose.
In How to Conquer 8 L&D Challenges that are Common, Susan Jacobs highlights these eight different themes and gives a list! This eBook can allow you to find a variety of white papers, research reports, articles, and other resources from The eLearning Guild which can allow you to overcome the issues. Whether you’re stuck on something you want to pick up new approaches, or you are just interested in which hurdles are the most frequent in your business, this eBook is ideal for you!
A Few of the topics include:
Keeping up with evolving trends
Time management
Effective team management
Engaging training plans
And more!
Today, download your eBook and find out how you can overcome the challenges which you face on your work!

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