The Future of Learning & Development - Insights & Takeaways from Inside Google

Wednesday, September 29, 2021, 1:00 pm CT

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on lasting changes to the way we work, behave, consume information, and live our lives. We’ve rethought what’s important to us and how we want to spend our time. This has major implications for what our employees expect from us, how they want to engage, and ultimately how they view their professional careers, future career paths, and life overall. The pandemic has also brought on new strategies for learning, communication, and engagement.

Join us for an in-depth conversation with our VP of Marketing, Paul Eschen, and Megan Henshall, Global Events Account Manager at Google, as they dive deeper into the factors that will impact the future of learning, why and how it’s changing, and what we can learn from Google’s culture and engagement strategies that can help us build better learning programs for our employees.

Register for this webinar to learn:

  • The impact of creator platforms and community-building on the future of L&D
  • The role co-creation plays in building a culture of learning
  • The importance of personalizing skill development to retain top employees

Brought to you by your presenters

Megan Henshall
Global Events Account Manager
Megan joined Google in April 2019, as the Global Events Account Manager in Real Estate and Workplace Services (REWS). She partners closely within and throughout product areas to understand how events drive business and build communities across Google, informing strategy for a global team of event professionals. Prior to taking her current role, she spent >12 years designing, planning and executing corporate marketing, recruiting, learning, development and incentive events. Experience enthusiast, connector, lover of documentaries and weird art, and mom to 3 year old Otis.
Paul Eschen
VP of Marketing
As the VP of Marketing for BizLibrary, Paul designs and implements strategies to help our company achieve its growth goals. Paul is also responsible for key business initiatives, including designing offerings that make clients and prospects’ lives easier. Paul is known for his transformative ability to align sales and marketing teams to drive business results. With a degree from the University of Missouri in Strategic Communications and having spent the past 8 years at Maritz, a motivation and incentive company, Paul has found a professional passion for behavioral science and its’ impact on improving the learner experience.
Caroline Miller
Marketing Events Specialist
As the marketing events specialist Caroline Miller spends most of her days learning new things by researching and writing engaging content for L&D and HR professionals. While she enjoys doing work behind the scenes, she has become increasingly passionate about sharing her story through presenting, moderating, and hosting virtual events with other presenters and partners in the industry.

BizLibrary is an approved credit provider for HR Certification Institute (HRCI), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP® or SHRM-CP®), ATD Certification Institute (CPTD/APTD), and Training Industry (CPTM). Viewing this webcast in its entirety qualifies for 1 recertification credit hour towards each credential. Learn more on our accredited content page.


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