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Stop Wasting Money On Ineffective Training Programs w/ Juliana Stancampiano

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Join Michael as he talks to Juliana Stancampiano, author of RADICAL OUTCOMES.  Julianna is an entrepreneur and the CEO of Oxygen. For more than fifteen years, she has worked with Fortune 500 companies, both in them and for them. Her firm’s clients include Microsoft, DXC, Delta Dental (of WA), Starbucks, F5 Networks, Avaya, and Western Digital, among others. Her in-depth experience, along with the research that Oxygen conducts and the articles she has published, has helped to shape the perspective that Oxygen embraces. 

Learning and development is a $140 billion business, but much of that money is wasted on ineffective programs that don’t deliver the training that today’s employees need, according to our guest Juliana Stancampiano.

“There’s no doubt that everyone in business must have a continually-evolving skill set,” says Stancampiano.  “Customers have increasingly high expectations, and meeting those expectations demands the ability to leverage evolving technologies and new ways of working,” she explains.  But all too often, organizations send their staffs to five-day training courses or assign them multiple online learning modules that fail to create measurable results. 

What we will be talking about:

  • Why training may not be the only solution when companies are facing tough challenges
  • What types of training will work in today’s data-driven business world 
  • What you need to know about “your audience” in order to create effective programs
  • How to develop interactive training that engages employees
  • Why focusing on outcomes is the key to building useful programs

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