Understand strategies your company can use to identify and empower a group of committed people to support your eLearning programs. The goal of this series is to help your company cultivate a group of people who care about the outcomes of the training program. In Turning Employees into Learning Champions, we introduced the concept of a core learning group and discussed the roles that need to be filled. Now we’ll continue with discussion about the responsibilities of the core learning group and communication strategies.
What should a core learning group be responsible for? This is a group of champions, not necessarily a group of tacticians. At the heart of the group’s training related activities should be tasks that further the company’s learning objectives. Simply put, the core group should be comprised of people that are up to date on learning activities and doing things to make sure they stay successful.
Holly Huntley, Global Chief Learning Officer for CSC, a technical services company in Falls Church, Virginia, has a Top Ten list for learning leaders.