Free Webinar Demonstrates How to Use Role Profiles to Link Talent Management and Learning

Lectora Shows the Benefits and Best Practices of Role Profiles in Organizations

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Attendees will learn the critical distinction between job descriptions and role profiles and how a shift toward role profiles will improve talent management and learning

Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) June 18, 2012

Lectora® Talent Management will host a free webinar on Wednesday, June 20 to explain the difference between a traditional job description and a role profile and how these profiles impact talent management and learning. Attendees will also learn the benefits and best practices of using role profiles that enable an integrated approach to talent development and management.

“Attendees will learn the critical distinction between job descriptions and role profiles and how a shift toward role profiles will improve talent management and learning,” said Peter Bray, Chief Marketing Officer at Trivantis Corporation. “The Lectora team will give attendees the knowledge and tools to successfully create role profiles in their organizations and how to use these profiles to effectively link talent management, development and learning.”

Attendees will learn the following in this free, live session, “Take Learning and Talent Management to the Next Level with Role Profiles,” on Wednesday, June 20:

  •     The difference between a traditional job description and a role profile in an organization and why this distinction is critical for talent management and learning
  •     How to drive an integrated approach to talent development and learning
  •     The benefits and best practices of using role profiles to effectively link talent management processes, systems and learning

Lectora Talent Management provides all the tools to effectively link learning management and talent development. This approach eliminates learning gaps and accelerates the development process. To learn more, please visit: Lectora Talent Management.

About the Presenter

Michael Sabbag is an expert in talent management, organizational development (OD), HR, learning and performance. His experience spans over twenty-five years working with organizations large and small in a wide variety of industries. He is a Senior Consultant at Cambria and the author of “Developing Exemplary Performance One Person at a Time.” Michael is a thought leader who has worked at the senior level in many organizations and with the largest national training organization.

About Lectora® and Trivantis® Corporation

Lectora® is the world’s leading e-Learning software used by most Global 2000 companies in more than 125 countries and is offered in six languages. The Lectora line of e-Learning products includes Lectora Inspire, Lectora Online, Lectora Publisher and Lectora Integrator. Trivantis® also produces Flypaper™, the leading Flash content creation platform that empowers users to create, edit, share, track and reuse high-impact Flash and video content. Snap! by Lectora® is the easy-to-use PowerPoint plug-in rapid e-Learning software that converts PowerPoint to Flash. Its sister product, Snap! Empower™ Flash interactions builder, enables anyone to create Flash content without having to know Flash programming. To round out the Trivantis family of products, CourseMill® is the powerful and affordable learning management system (LMS). The latest release, Lectora Talent Management, provides the link between course management and true talent development for companies and organizations. Headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, Trivantis Corporation also has offices in Boca Raton, Phoenix, Paris and London. Trivantis, Lectora, Flypaper, CourseMill, Snap! by Lectora and Snap! Empower are trademarks of Trivantis Corporation.

Website: http://www.Trivantis.com
Phone: 877.929.0188
Facebook: facebook.com/Trivantis
Twitter: twitter.com/Lectora
Blog: trivantis.com/blog & rapid-e-learning.trivantis.com/e-learning-blog


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