Training Magazine recently reached out to experts in L&D, including Libby Farmen, Talent Plus ® Chief Consulting Officer, to seek their insights into building strong L&D teams in “Creating an L&D A-Team.” Training Magazine believes, as we do, that “Non-traditional hires can build strong, innovative Learning and Development (L&D) teams, bringing a wealth of skills and perspectives that can help L&D transition from a developer and deliverer of learning to a coach and consultant for the business.”

For Farmen it all comes down to “looking at innate talent for staff development (rather than focusing on particular L&D skills) lets us include the wonderful aspect of experience diversity.”

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