L&D strategy: the three invisible elephants

Your L&D strategy needs to change fast because the world of work is changing fast. That doesn’t mean you ignore the basics - or the three invisible elephants (and there is a fourth sneaky elephant). 
In this webinar, Paul Matthews will give you a process to develop your L&D strategy and explain how to make sure the invisible elephants don’t disrupt its implementation.



Paul Matthews

Paul Matthews

Paul Matthews is a learning and development expert providing consultancy services, training workshops and webinars for blue-chip clients in the UK and internationally.

He is an author and international keynote speaker, acknowledged for bringing L&D to life with stories that fascinate and inspire from his extensive experience and travels. He is known for reducing complex theory down to practical tools and sharing them in a way that everyone can use to get better results.

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