Impact Employee Engagement and Business Success with Employee Learning
Date: Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Every organization recognizes the challenges faced by staffing management. It is critical to ensure that the staff is engaged, productive, loyal and valued. From implementing English language training for hourly workers to offering world language training for global managers, L&D leaders are offering language learning to increase engagement and retain colleagues.
A recent Rosetta Stone study reports that 80% of employees who participated in language training felt more positively towards their employer, and 66% felt more engaged with their work. In some organizations, employers have been able to attribute a 19% reduction in employee turnover to language learning. Join this webinar to see how this could look within your organization.
- The benefits of offering language learning to staff
- The benefits of mobile/technology-based learning and live tutoring as a combined approach
- Success stories from organizations that offer language learning as a benefit
- What a language learning program looks like within a global organization
Dan Holmes, Senior Vice President of Education & Enterprise at Rosetta Stone, is a seasoned enterprise leader with twenty plus years of experience in technology, information services, and Saas-based companies.
Chris Brotherson, Sr. Director of Learning and Development at Rosetta Stone, is a highly experienced professional who prides himself on building strong teams and helping individuals perform at their highest level. His roles at Rosetta Stone have allowed him to help others develop learning goals at all levels. He is also an excellent storyteller.
Melanie Rogers is driven by a commitment to lifelong learning, and a strong desire to help others do their best. At Rosetta Stone, she provides consultative implementation training for langue learning programs and is involved in all facets of training development, delivery, and coordination. She is currently working towards her Master’s degree in Instructional Design.