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Top Tips for Finding Training Budget

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Stuart Finn, SVP of Sales and Customer Success, OpenSesame

One of the most common issues we hear about from L&D professionals is they don’t have enough of a training budget or executive buy-in.

Training budgets and resources are limited, yet you’d be surprised how common it is for multiple departments or divisions to be unknowingly duplicating training efforts and spending dollars.

Join Stuart Finn, vice president of sales and customer success at OpenSesame, and learn how to identify rogue spending within your organization and find more dollars for training.
Learning takeaways include:

• The unexpected and unknowing influence of rogue spending on your training program and ROI
• How to evaluate and manage your current spend to find more dollars for training
• Strategies to save money and resources when proving your program’s ROI.
 

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Presenter

Stuart Finn
Stuart Finn

SVP of Sales and Customer Success, OpenSesame

Stuart Finn is a lifelong learner and a process improvement expert who has dedicated his career to improving the value companies deliver to their customers. At OpenSesame, Stuart is responsible for leading the global sales and customer success organizations. Prior to working at OpenSesame, he held a variety of sales leadership positions at IBM/Lotus, helping grow the Lotus Notes brand to more than a billion dollars in sales.

Finn was the founding sales and marketing executive at comScore, helping to build the foundation for a rapidly growing and successful business. His business travels have taken him to 33 different countries, and he is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor’s of business administration.
 


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