July 8, 2022

Webinar: Learning Experience Excellence

Feedback Works.Learning Experience Excellence recording

*** Now available on demand ***

“I had a great chat with Rob and he asked some really good questions. We covered a lot of ground, and it was interesting that some common and practical themes came out of the discussion. It’s all very well having a chat, but it’s important to me that people attending the webinar go away with something that resonates with them and they can put into practice.”

Watch it here…

Webinar: Learning Experience Excellence hosted by Feedback Works on 27 June 2022

  • Get clarity on why you are delivering a learning initiative
  • Learn a way to measure progress and success, or failure
  • Save money by stopping delivery of ‘scrap’ learning that has little impact
  • Makes sure training works

I hope you can join this session 🙂

To save your seat register here… 

My best wishes, Paul

Eva McCann

Sales & Marketing Manager at People Alchemy

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