Changes, Challenges and Choices: The Future of Workplace Learning

Presented by: Dean Pichee


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How does your organization view change? Whether we like it or not, the workforce is changing and it isn’t stopping any time soon. As companies become more millennial, employees’ priorities change, tenure decreases and turnover costs rise, executives are left wondering how they’re going to attract and retain top talent. Come learn how to shift the way you employ and start focusing on how to reskill and upskill your people to achieve future growth. It’s time to embrace technology and give employees what they want!

This webinar was originally presented at HR Virtual Summit 2018.

PRESENTERS

Dean Pichee
CEO and Founder

BizLibrary

Dean Pichee founded BizLibrary in 1996, to provide affordable, high-quality, training resources to small and mid-sized organizations across all industries. Prior to founding BizLibrary, Dean founded and sold Capital Training Company, a training solutions provider for banks and financial institutions. Before founding Capital Training Company, Pichee served as the Vice President for Bankers Training, also a training provider for the financial training industry. Dean has served on the board of directors of leading trade associations for learning providers, including the Digital Learning Organization, and its predecessor, Training Media Association. He has also served on the board for the ALS Society of St. Louis. Dean earned a business degree from Washington University.

FAQ

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Q. Do you offer credits for your webinars?
A. Yes, most of our webinars are approved for one hour of HRCI and SHRM general credit. In order to be approved for credits, you must attend at least 50 minutes of the webinar.

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A. Yes! We understand that you might not be able to watch the webinar at the live time, so we offer our webinars on demand. On-demand webinars are available up until 12 months after the initial live webinar date.

Q. What if I am having trouble accessing the webinar?
A. The webinar room will open 15 minutes before the live time. If you are still having issues attending, email kmiller@bizlibrary.com.

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BizLibrary is a credit provider for HR Certification Institute (HRCI) and for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Viewing this webcast in its entirety qualifies for a recertification credit hour (general credit) for SHRM and HRCI. For more information visit our accredited content page.