Young Learning Leaders Forum Virtual Session

Topic: Founding Members Share: Where learning has taken them and where it can take you

On December 12th, 2012, we started the Young Learning Leaders Forum. Our mission today is the same as it was then – to provide early-career learning professionals with networking and career development opportunities. We believe that community and connections are an important part of learning professionally and growing personally, and we are honored to have watched that process unfold for members of this group.

On July 1st, three of our founding members will join us to share their experiences, lessons learned, and insights on a career in learning and development. All of the founding members were honorees of the prestigious Masie 30 under 30. We are proud of what they have accomplished thus far and of their desire to give back to other young learning professionals like you. There will be Q&A time at the end of the session, so please come with your questions on the state and direction of L&D for up and coming professionals, staying adaptive and resilient in your career development, or anything else.

The Fredrickson Young Learning Leaders Forum provides early-career learning professionals with networking and career development opportunities. Click here if you’re interested in joining.

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Young Learning Leaders Forum Virtual Session

Topic: Becoming a Trusted Advisor with Julie Stone

As an L&D professional, have you ever felt like you were just an order taker instead of a trusted advisor? Like someone else decided training was needed, but you didn’t get the chance to weigh in? Becoming a trusted advisor that the business proactively engages to determine and design the right learning interventions is key to making an impact with learning. Until you achieve such status, it can often feel like you’re on the outside looking in. And how you go about becoming that advisor can either accelerate or prolong your ability to participate upfront in solving business challenges.

On October 27th, Julie Stone will lead us in a session where we’ll explore how you can accelerate establishing yourself as a trusted advisor. Spoiler alert: it starts with being a business leader first, who just happens to have expertise in Learning & Development. Bring your ideas and experiences, as this will be an interactive, virtual session.

Julie leads Global Learning & Performance Support at eBay, one of the largest ecommerce marketplaces in the world, connecting over 183 million buyers with 25 million sellers. Her team is responsible for onboarding, developing, and preparing eBay’s customer service organization to support eBay’s members, with accountability for Learning, Coaching, Quality, and eBay’s Office of the Customer.

The Fredrickson Young Learning Leaders Forum provides early-career learning professionals with networking and career development opportunities. Click here if you’re interested in joining.

There is no registration fee for this event! There is also no membership fee for the Roundtable, however we do limit attendance to Roundtable members only.

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