Why is it important to build a learning organization?-Jennifer Alesia,Training Leader at GE Capital





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Published on Jun 2, 2014


Senior Talent and Organizational Development Leader with over nineteen years experience designing and implementing talent development solutions, leadership development, executive coaching, professional development, and succession planning programs. Proven track record for building curriculums that increase job efficiency, develop leadership skills and promote an atmosphere focused on open communication and teamwork. Fifteen years of management experience with significant involvement working side-by-side with senior management to ensure outcomes are met. Extensive background in conducting needs assessments, employee surveys and creating metrics to measure development impact. Jennifer is known for her excellent relationship building, listening, project management and facilitation skills, her ability to gain buy-in from all levels of the organization and her "can do" attitude. Active member of ASTD (American Society of Training & Development) and HCI (Human Capital Institute).

In a discussion of the importance of learning and development, Alesia talks about how if learning is not important in a company the company will fall behind. She points to successful companies in the market place that have made a learning culture essential.

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