Building your training strategy

The Foundations of a Successful L&D Program

Professional development is a lifelong and constantly changing endeavor. 

Learning and development (L&D) leaders are often faced with what seems like a paradox:

  • Create a company training strategy that addresses the demands of your organization while simultaneously satisfying the needs of your employees.
  • Mandatory training often leaves your workers feeling neglected, while giving employees the freedom to choose their own training makes it easier for important topics to fall through the cracks.

  • Simply put, very rarely in the L&D world can you have your cake and eat it too.

    Identify goals and create a strategy for long-term company success.

    Lorman’s latest eBook is your step-by-step guide to understanding the foundations of a successful L&D program, including interactive worksheets to plan your own strategy and a list of must-have training courses.

    A successful L&D program that serves the needs of both the employee and employer is not a pipe dream. In fact, it is very much a reality for any organization – whether you employ five people or five hundred.

    By simply assessing your needs to create a comprehensive training strategy, you’ll be able to easily implement your learning and development program from start to finish.

    The Importance of Employee Training

    70% of employees would leave their job to go to a company known for investing in L&D

    61% of U.S. adults seek career development opportunities when assessing job prospects