ATD and CNY ATD Recognize CNY Champions of Learning
Posted on February 18, 2021
The Association of Talent Development (ATD) and CNY ATD recognized twelve (12) Central New York organizations as “Champions of Learning” for showing commitment to workforce development by highlighting Employee Learning during 2020.
To increase awareness about the strategic value of learning in organizations, the Association for Talent Development, the world’s largest professional membership association supporting those who develop the knowledge and skills of employees, has declared that “Workforce Development is Everyone’s Business”®. Showcasing Employee Learning is an opportunity for organizations to demonstrate the value of employee learning and the important connection between learning and achieving organizational results. ATD research shows that organizations are continuing to invest in the knowledge and skills of their workforce. “Increasingly, business leaders realize that the most important asset in our knowledge economy is talent, and a skilled workforce is the key to realizing results.” says Tony Bingham, ATD President and CEO.
ATD recognized CNY ATD, the local affiliate of ATD, for creating awareness and encouraging organizations and individuals in the Central New York area to highlight employee learning. ATD also recognized organizations throughout Central New York for showing their commitment to talent development by highlighting Employee Learning during 2020 with various activities showcasing learning and talent development. The following organizations were recognized by ATD and CNY ATD as Champions of Learning:
· Advance Local
· El-Tigi Consulting
· LHCM Solutions
· Mohawk Valley Community College
· National Grid
· NBT Bank
· Oneida Nation Enterprises
· Progressive Insurance
· Suburban Propane
· SxD Solutions
· Vinciguerra Consulting Group
In addition, CNY ATD recognized 140 Central New York organizations and individuals as CNY Champions of Learning for highlighting employee learning throughout 2020.
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