Experts from Cox Communications, ESPN and WOW! Will Discuss The Future of L&D During C2HR November Webinar
NAPERVILLE, ILL., November 9, 2022 – One of the best ways to engage and retain employees is
to provide them with a path and resources to realize their full potential. Learning and
development (L&D) professionals will gain insight into how industry employers are innovating
the L&D experience on November 16 at 1:00 pm ET during a C2HR Learning Series webinar
titled, “Creating a Culture of Career in Your Organization.” The 45-minute webinar will feature a
dynamic discussion among Dayana Falcon, talent mobility manager at ESPN; Nancy Murphy,
assistant vice president of learning and workplace capability at Cox Communications; and
Christine Simmons, director of learning and development at WOW! Internet, Cable & Phone.
Our trio of industry experts will share how their organizations provide pathways for career
advancement, develop compelling professional development programs aligned with business
needs, and create a culture of career. The discussion will explore anytime, anywhere learning,
next-gen online career centers, equal access to learning, gamification and more.
The November webinar is complimentary for C2HR’s 4,800 members and just $25 for all others.
Advance registration is required at https://c2hr.org/events/webinar-series/. SHRM has
approved this webinar for 0.75 continuing education (CE) credit for registered participants. The
live video will be recorded and available to registered participants for on demand viewing.
Content & Connectivity Human Resources (C2HR) is a professional association serving 4,800
members from 50 companies spanning the technology, media and entertainment sectors. C2HR
provides industry-specific analytics, information and resources, as well as networking and
educational opportunities. Its groundbreaking initiatives include the Annual C2HR
Compensation Surveys and C2HR CON. For more information, visit www.C2HR.org
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