Become a Bionic People Leader

Developing in the face disruption, this webinar looks at leaders who are helping employees build new skills through learning approaches that are more than online classes and yearly performance assessments.

This webinar will take place on:
August 04, 2020
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM EST

With world events, digital transformation has accelerated in 6 weeks what would have normally taken 2 years. Our workforce is dispersed and burned out. Our processes are shifting to meet entirely different demands. 80% of our people don’t have the skills they need for their current role or future career. The pressure that comes with being an HR, talent and people leader are real. It will take a new breed of leader that can adequately and quickly adjust to meet the needs of today’s workforce.

Unfortunately, many talent leaders aren’t being effective where it counts. Nearly three quarters of CEOs say that a lack of critical expertise and skill is a threat to their businesses’ growth.

Some learning leaders, however, are adapting and evolving – even thriving – in the face of all this change and disruption. To find out what the 3 things are that successful people leaders do differently in manufacturing, join Boeing and Degreed for this webinar.

Key takeaways include: 

  • Why progressive learning leaders are rethinking their strategies and democratizing learning
  • How innovative L&D professionals are redesigning their toolkits and technology architectures
  • What forward-thinking leaders are doing to re-skill their teams


Nadine Lavigne
Senior Manager, Learning & Development, Technology and Innovation Strategy

Nadine holds an MBA from Webster University and Bachelor’s degree in Business and Organizational Development from Le Moyne College. Nadine also holds several certifications including Agile Development from University of Virginia and Human Resources Management from Northwestern, and she holds a Six Sigma Black Belt and Master Black Belt certification.

Sarah Danzl
Director of Global PR, Communications & Client Advocacy

Sarah Danzl has been actively involved in the learning space for 12 years, leading marketing and communications efforts in both corporate and startup capacities. She currently leads the public relations, communications, and client advocacy teams at Degreed.

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