Does your organization have a learning culture that encourages employees to learn and grow? The Association for Talent Development states that having a learning culture is a hallmark of high-performing organizations. Top performing companies are 5 times more likely to have extensive and comprehensive learning cultures. These organizations also have higher retention rates than those that do not place an emphasis on employee professional growth.

Join us for this case study of how Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island refined its approach to developing and implementing a training plan for its staff. From initial steps to implementation to evaluation and revisions – you will hear their successes, lessons learned and impact of their Managing Our Neighborhood program.

Featured webinar presenters from Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island: Senior Organizational Learning Specialist, Paula Clancy and Learning Development & Talent Manager Leigh Casillo.

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