Corporate Learning in 2017
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Corporate Learning in 2017

A new report from FT │ IE Corporate Learning Alliance offers a series of global perspectives on corporate learning and leadership development


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The latest Corporate Learning Pulse, survey, of nearly 1,000 senior professionals from nine countries in Europe, the Gulf and Asia focused on better understanding senior professionals’ attitudes towards executive education and leadership development, as well as their perceptions on program effectiveness.

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The survey reveals that expectations for how corporate learning and development programs are planned, delivered and evaluated are high - but there can be a gap between expectations and reality.

To close this gap, corporate learning and leadership development providers need to ensure their programs always focus on real-world business challenges and practical solutions.  

Programs must link to outcomes. And to this end it is essential that organizations make connections internally, so that there is clear alignment from the sponsors of education programs all the way through to their recipients. According to the survey there is currently a perception gap between the most senior people within organizations and those more removed from the boardroom.

Organizations already believe that learning and development programs have the ability to transform their business and deliver tangible value. This important survey report shows how gaps between this perception and the reality can be closed.

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