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Talent Development Trends That Will Drive L&D Forward in 2023

Tuesday, December 13, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Paul Eschen, Chief Marketing Officer, Bizlibrary

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Paul Eschen, from online learning company BizLibrary, will share a forecast of the top learner experience trends to keep an eye on in 2023. He’ll discuss ways to engage and retain Gen Z and millennial employees with purpose-driven training and cultural initiatives. He’ll also reveal how striking the right balance between prescriptive and elective training may unlock the secret to the ideal learner experience and how understanding human behavior principles like choice, simplicity, novelty, and shared purpose will lead you to greater L&D heights in the new year.

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to engage and retain Gen Z and millennial employees
  • The proper, healthy balance of prescriptive and elective learning programs to yield better engagement
  • Key behavioral science principles that will be foundational pieces to your 2023 L&D strategy 


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Paul Eschen
Paul Eschen

Chief Marketing Officer, Bizlibrary

Paul Eschen is BizLibrary’s chief marketing officer. In his role, Paul designs and implements strategies to help achieve BizLibrary’s growth goals. While responsible for key business initiatives and the design of product offerings that enhance clients’ lives and experiences, Paul is known for his transformative ability to align sales and marketing teams to drive business results. Following eight years at Maritz, a motivation and incentive company, Paul discovered a professional passion for behavioral science and its impact on improving the learner experience, which he brings to his work at BizLibrary.


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