Toledo, OH (PRWEB) September 23, 2013
LearnShare, the provider of a comprehensive cloud-based learning and talent management solution, will host a complimentary webinar focusing on effective compliance training initiatives and the LMS functionality needed to fully support related legal and business requirements.
The complimentary one-hour webinar, “LMS Considerations for Compliance-Related Training,” is scheduled for 1:00 EDT on Tuesday, September 24. Time will be reserved for attendee questions. All attendees will also receive the white paper, “LMS Considerations for Compliance-Related Training,” based on the presentation, for sharing within their organizations. To register, go here: http://www.learnshare.com/v3/Compliance-2013-v2.asp.
Guest presenter Dr. Jeff Flesher will discuss how to approach compliance training from a holistic perspective, spanning business needs and objectives, internal processes, and technology support.
“Too often companies rely on vendors for assurance that LMS technology will result in compliance without a comprehensive view of the requirements and approaches actually needed,” said Flesher, president of Prairie Fire Development. Flesher has worked with a wide range of companies with complex compliance requirements, including Biomet, Underwriters Laboratories, Abbott Laboratories, and the Nuclear Generation Group of Commonwealth Edison (Excelon, Inc.).
LearnShare CTO Rob Houck will conduct a short demonstration of key features and functionality highlighted by Flesher in the second part of the presentation. “We advise prospective buyers to look for flexibility and easy configurability when evaluating LMSs for compliance training,” said Houck. The LearnShare solution is used for compliance-related by a range of companies, including Oceaneering and Biomet.
For further information about LearnShare’s learning and talent management solution, visit http://www.learnshare.com. To register for the webinar, go here: http://www.learnshare.com/v3/Compliance-2013-v2.asp.
Headquartered in Toledo, LearnShare offers a comprehensive cloud-based learning and talent management solution encompassing tightly integrated applications for learning, performance management, talent and succession planning, and social learning. Customers include Verint, Johns Hopkins, Oceaneering, and Valvoline. Flexibility, ease of customization and implementation, advanced functionality, affordability, and customer responsiveness set the company apart from other solution providers and contribute to the company’s stellar customer retention rate.
LearnShare started as a consortium of Fortune 500 companies -- including General Motors, Owens Corning, Deere & Col, and Pfizer – with the mission of transforming corporate training and career development. The company continues to work collaboratively with customers, bringing advantageous insight into the technology support required of today’s continually evolving businesses. Today, LearnShare’s cloud based solution is used by more than 2.5 million corporate learners in companies of all sizes and types.
About Dr. Jeff Flesher
Dr. Flesher is president of Prairie Fire Development, a management, training and organization development consultancy. Previously he served in a range of executive corporate roles, all of which had complex compliance requirements.
In these roles, he was responsible for creating and improving comprehensive global talent management systems spanning staffing, performance management, succession planning, learning infrastructure and technology, and training across all business functions and levels. He has developed strategies for effective quality and regulatory system improvements, global leadership and executive programs, plant start-ups and global product transfers, along with traditional and technology based training for management, technical, sales, and compliance topics. He has also led large-scale change management efforts and organizational development initiatives.
Dr. Flesher also has over 20 years of university teaching experience and has held academic appointments at the University of Illinois, Southern Illinois University, and Iowa State University.