Many underestimate the value of L&D. But it should no longer be an oversight relegated to a single person in the HR department or a function that’s dropped when budgets are cut. We spoke to some of the most innovative, award-winning L&D leaders in the UK to understand how their departments transformed their learning programmes to be critical business-driving functions.
These organisations have created a real competitive advantage by attracting and retaining the best talent, linking L&D to their company mission, and prioritising employee engagement.
This article is part of the U.K. L&D Report 2019: Benchmark Your Workplace Learning Strategy. Get your free copy by filling out the form below.
Finish reading the ''How to Optimise Your L&D Strategy for Competitive Advantage'' article to learn how to:
- Leverage L&D as a recruitment strategy
- Link L&D to your organisation's mission statement
- Make your training more relevant
- Get more investment for L&D
About the Author
Abby works as the Communications Team Lead for findcourses.co.uk with a mission of connecting learning leaders with the data and information they need to provide the best training possible for their people.
Originally from Indianapolis in the U.S., Abby studied her bachelor’s at Hanover College in Business and Literature and has worked for findcourses since 2015. She is passionate about corporate learning and works internally to help organise Learning at Work Week within findcourses.co.uk's company of 165 team members, and provide and source external training in content creation as an in-house expert.
Abby is also the creator and editor of the UK L&D Report which interviews and surveys L&D leaders from top UK companies to help uncover data-driven best practice and easy-to-implement advice.