What L&D professionals need to know about curating learning content

In the beginning, there was the corporate trainer. He was in charge of conducting training needs assessments, designing and delivering learning programs meant to improve employee performance and lead to superior business results.

Read more: The need for a Training Needs Analysis

Then, with the need to build strong relationships in the workplace, trainers also became team building facilitators.

When personal and professional growth through extensive questionnaires on how peers and superiors regard the individual became the trend, they had to transform into personal coaches.

Eventually they had to assume so many roles that ‘learning specialists’ was coined as the appropriate term for this professional category.

Yet the journey to what it truly means to be an L&D professional is far from being over and current conditions call for yet another change of cape (because if we take a good look at what managers and team leaders expect from these people they ought to be very skilled magicians).

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