Building educational pathways that engage and upskill employees
Education and development opportunities rank high as an employee priority, particularly for younger employees. And nearly every executive in a Conference Board study reported their companies weren’t developing skills fast enough or leaders deeply enough. Yet many employers restrict their learning approaches to a tuition reimbursement program covering only degreed-based programs. All while new learning formats are delivering business-specific learning quickly and cost-effectively. Learn how employers are forging Education Pathways and Education Allowances to access programs which excite employees, close skill gaps, and increase employee retention.
Register for this webinar to:
- Learn about the trends transforming learning and education program approaches
- Understand the business advantages of Educational Pathways and Allowances to upskill employees
- Hear examples and best practices for successful programs and how to track impact against talent management objectives.
 The Conference Board, “The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2016
Director, Education Program Services
Alan brings two decades of experience working with corporations to optimize their HR processes with a specialty in tuition assistance management, educational advising and dependent care solutions. He helps large employers build vibrant and engaging employee education experience programs that cost-effectively support their talent management and learning needs. Alan works with executives in human resources, learning and development, organizational development, and benefits teams. Alan also spent six years at Gartner, a global market leader in providing advisory services to technology and business executives.
Sr. Consultant, Education Strategy
Tracey brings more than a decade of experience in higher education and adult learning strategies to EdAssist, helping clients map educational solutions to specific talent management objectives. Her depth of experience in higher education also helps individual clients design custom programs, including articulation agreements, employee cohorts, and other strategic partnerships. Tracey also leads efforts to identify and add educational providers to EdAssist’s Education Network. Prior to EdAssist, Tracey held multiple senior roles at Eduventures, a research and advisory firm providing higher education leaders with tools and best practices for setting strategy and optimizing performance.