Getting Skills Right

The L&D Mistakes Holding Your Business Back, and How to Avoid Them

A Conversation with Lori Niles and Amanda Nolen

Workforce reskilling is now ranked a top two priority for HR. But it presents a new set of questions to address if you are to driving lasting impact with your reskilling efforts:

How do you ensure the skills your organization is investing in are actually being put to use? 

How do you align your skills strategy to the changing needs of your business in real time? 

How do you avoid the strategic mistakes preventing Learning & Development teams from driving real business impact? 

In our live conversation with enterprise L&D experts and strategists Lori Niles and Amanda Nolen, we’ll answer these business critical questions and help you avoid the common pitfalls of traditional enterprise learning approaches.


About the speakers

getting Skills Right

Lori Niles

Lori Niles-Hofmann is a senior learning strategist with over 20 years of L&D experience across many industries, including international banking, management consulting, and marketing. Her specialization is large-scale digital learning transformations. She is passionate about helping companies navigate through the ambiguity of change and acts as a trusted adviser to Fortune 500 CLOs around the world. After leading and completing numerous EdTech implementations Lori has developed the data-based methodologies and frameworks that will empower your L&D teams to move from business support function to strategic business driver.

Amanda Nolen

Amanda Nolen is changing the way global organizations use Learning and Development (L&D) to upskill the corporate workforce and boost business results. As co-founder of learning transformation consultancy NilesNolen, Amanda helps turn L&D into a strategic business driver through the right mix of strategy, technology, people and content. Born in the United States but based in Spain for over two decades, Amanda has a mixed background in learning, business development and sales. A connector of people, trends and ideas, she acts as trusted adviser to CLOs, EdTech companies and investors worldwide and is also 100% fluent in English and Spanish (including tapas & wine!) She is also the author of a recent LinkedIn Learning course on ‘The Future of Workplace Learning’ and faculty at IE Business School.

Fill out the form to watch the video

Let's get acquainted

This info will help our workforce agility experts personalize your experience.

By submitting your details you hereby agree to our terms and conditions and privacy policy. You may always opt-out from our mailing lists in accordance with the Privacy Policy.