Collaboration is difficult, you’re not the subject matter expert, training isn’t always the answer, who’s responsible for supporting DEI initiatives, the list goes on. These can all be tough things to hear for a learning professional, but we have to face the facts and start talking about the hard stuff. 

In this panel hosted by David Kelly, hear from four Guild Masters as they share their thoughts, reflections, and personal experiences on why these sometimes uncomfortable conversations need to happen, and how you can learn from your own practices. You’ll be able to join these Guild Masters in the discussion where we’ll ask the difficult questions, hear the tough answers, and talk about the hard messages L&D needs to hear. 

In this session you will learn: 

  • What L&D needs to hear but might not want to
  • Why these topics are important today and going forward
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