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There is No Box: How to Innovate and Implement Training Effectively
You’ve tried the “do more with less” approach. You made those tough decisions to minimize scope, address limitations and shoulder the work. The problem with doing more with less is that it’s really about the “less” and not about the “more.”

There is a better way. It’s time to stop death by a thousand cuts and start doing things differently.

That’s what Comscore did. When faced with budget cuts, resource constraints and a globally dispersed workforce that lacked equitable learning opportunities, it abandoned its long-standing leadership development strategy in favor of an entirely new approach. The result was more learning opportunities for more employees, using less money, managed by fewer resources. The changes resulted in a more mature learning culture.

Sound too good to work for your company? There’s only one way to find out! Join us for this complimentary Training Industry webinar, sponsored by Skillsoft, as Beth Teixeira, director of learning and development for Comscore, provides easy-to-understand insights on:

• How to distinguish between doing more with less and doing things differently.
• The practical applications of this approach.
• Techniques for successfully implementing a new-concept program.

Jun 27, 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Beth Teixeira
Director, Learning & Development @Comscore
As director of learning at Comscore, a 1,600-employee organization with locations in 20 countries, Beth implements scalable solutions that equalize development opportunities for all employees around the globe. In 2018, she accepted a global innovation award from Skillsoft for her novel approach to manager development. She is co-chair of the Professional Women of Comscore board of directors. After becoming a CPLP, Beth contributed to certification exam revisions and to the development of ATD’s newest certification, the APTD. She also occasionally blogs for ATD. Prior to her current role, Beth was a learning consultant who managed clients across industries and around the globe. Her dedication to her clients and their resulting success earned her an employee of the year award in 2015. Beth’s dry wit once earned her a nasty speeding ticket, so she now uses session participants to hone her timing and delivery.