The question is: “What will be hot in L&D in 2017?” On this webinar, learning industry veteran Don Taylor will be joined by Axonify’s CEO Carol Leaman to discuss three big corporate learning trends for the upcoming year.
Interested? Be sure to save your seat for this webinar. Space is limited to 500 attendees.
Featured Speaker: Don Taylor & Carol Leaman
We’re very excited to be attending the NRF Big Show January 15-17, 2017 in NYC! Stop by and see us in booth #719 to hear about how effectively arming your store associates with the knowledge they need to meet the needs of today’s shopper can have a huge impact on your bottom line.
Interested in learning more? Join us for our panel:
Topic: The Future of Store Associate Training
Moderator: Carol Leaman
Panelists – Chad McIntosh (Bloomingdale’s), Anita Johnson (Altar’d State), Michael Patrick (Mohr Retail)
Date: January 16, 1:30-2:30 PM
Room: Level 1 Expo, Room 1
We kick off our events this year by attending the ATD TechKnowledge conference January 11-13, 2017 in Las Vegas. Stop by and see us in booth #101 to hear about Axonify and don’t forget to bring your scratch card found in the welcome bag for your chance to win 1 of 50 Starbucks Gift Cards!
Interested in learning more? Join us for our sessions:
In this session, we’ll explore the six components of a modern learning ecosystem. We’ll demonstrate how these components work together to empower employees and enable measurable performance improvement. We’ll discuss challenges you may encounter when trying to evolve your organization’s learning ecosystem. You’ll walk away with practical ideas to help you evolve your approach so you can meet the needs of the modern workplace.
Today’s digitally empowered shopper expects your associates to know more than ever. But it has been virtually impossible to get your frontline store associates the critical knowledge they need to deliver a measurable impact on sales, profitability, and store operations.
Join Axonify and At Home as we demonstrate how best-of-breed retailers are using “associate-first” learning to transform their bottom line.