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Catherine Lombardozzi

Catherine Lombardozzi is a career-long learning and development specialist currently dedicated to helping L&D professionals develop the strategies and skills they need to ensure impact. She is author of Learning Environments by Design (2015) and often contributes to industry conferences and journals, most often for the eLearning Guild and the Association for Talent Development. Catherine is known for making broad frameworks practical, and she maintains deep interest in modern workplace learning strategies, social learning, self-directed learning, online course design, and research-informed practice. Catherine holds a doctoral degree in Human and Organizational Learning from George Washington University.

Millennial Leadership Development: Building the Business Case & Getting Started

Make Organizational Learning Ever-Present, Every Day

The Power of Purpose Driven Learning

Advancing L&D's Role in Strategic Workforce Planning

How to Craft an Irresistible Employer Brand

Why You Should Blend Online and Live Presentation Skills Training

Knowledge Retention Strategies for Tackling the Forgetting Curve

Why Your Employee Engagement Survey Should Include Learning

When Are Different Corporate Learning Methods Most Appropriate?

How an Intuitive Learner Experience Saves Your Employees Time

How a Corporate LMS Streamlines Job-Specific Skill Training

Here's an all-too-familiar experience for many managers: A new employee is all set to get started, but the training program or person best suited to train isn't immediately available. It's critical that people learn job tasks accurately rather than start off just muddling through. And there's a long

An External Training Management System Helps Meet Modern Learner Needs

Savvy learning and development leaders know boosting business success often involves a strategy for training your company's external partners as well as employees. With an external training management system in place, not only can you give external learners access to needed learning resources, you