employee education in 2018: Strategies to watch

Date: Thursday, December 7, 2017

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60-minutes

Learning fuels earning – for individuals and companies. And as the pace of change accelerates, the stakes for workforce development are getting higher. Consider:

  • Many skills become outmoded in 5 years or less

  • One third of the jobs created in the past 25 years are in fields that didn’t previously exist

  • 77% of CEOs cite the availability of key skills as a top business risk

What can you do to amplify the impact of your learning programs?  Join this live webinar to gain new ideas from talent development experts at both J.B. Hunt and Bright Horizons.

You’ll hear:

  • Insight on how employees’ expectations are changing – and what it means for talent development programs

  • Examples of strategic education plans for front-line workers and corporate teams

  • Key findings and takeaways from a study of 22,000 tuition assistance participants

Employee development has never been more important.  Get inspiration, insight, and practical examples as you prepare for 2018. Register today!

Sponsored by:




   Bettina Crumby

   Talent Development Manager    

   J.B. Hunt

As Talent Development Manager at J.B. Hunt, Bettina Crumby is responsible for managing internal training programs and tuition reimbursement for key workforce groups. Ms. Crumby and her team assess employees’ skill needs, determine internal and external learning investments to match those criteria, and plan and deliver training in a way that meets the company’s business needs.


   Elisa Vincent

   Senior Director, Talent Development    

   Bright Horizons

Elisa Vincent is Senior Director of Talent Development & Learning Services at Bright Horizons. She leads the development, delivery, and strategic implementation of enterprise-wide learning solutions to meet employee and business goals and objectives. She serves as both a leader of internally crafted learning solutions and a curator of development opportunities available to employees across external networks. Prior to joining Bright Horizons, Elisa held various roles in leadership development, diversity and inclusion consulting, and as a talent and career coach. She is dedicated to assisting individuals and organizations achieve excellence through continuous learning and development. She is a proud mother of two boys and a Bright Horizons parent.