How to Attract, Retain, and Engage Employees with a Strong Learning Culture

February 18, 2020 | 2:00 PM EST

About the Webinar 

The modern business world is one where things change rapidly and information gets transmitted almost instantaneously. In our constantly changing environment, only the truly flexible and adaptive companies will excel. In this panel discussion, we’ll discuss how to build an adaptable learning and development program. By fostering autonomy and meaning in your credit union’s culture, you can remain competitive in your business and in your employee recruitment and retention.

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Presented By

Erin Walquist
Erin Walquist

Manager of Client Development Support, Allied Solutions 

Erin spent over ten years working in credit unions in a variety of roles including management and Learning & Development. The past seven years, Erin has been working for Allied developing performance driven solutions, focused on helping our clients drive results and enhance performance with Allied’s point-of-sale protection products.

Koren Easterday
Koren Easterday

Client Development Director for the Southern Region, Allied Solutions

Koren provides direction and support to a team of 10 Client Development Managers across 13 states. With nearly 25 years of experience helping Allied Solutions' clients develop their learning culture and sales strategies, Koren has developed skills and expertise in learning and development, focusing on credit unions of varying sizes. In addition to being part of the curriculum development team for Allied's learning & development program for clients. She has received multiple accreditations for her role within Allied Solutions, including leading the Client Development Region of the Year in 2015.

Sharon Boller
Sharon Boller

Managing Director, TiER1 Performance

Sharon focuses on helping clients devise and activate learning strategies that support process change, sales rollouts, healthcare initiatives, and customer education. She partners with her colleagues at Tier1 to bring together the disciplines of learning, change, communication, technology, and creative to devise blended solutions that enable performance.