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The Four Phases of the Sustainability Cycle

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Holly Burkett, author of the upcoming book Learning for the Long Run, has identified what helps successful learning organizations thrive, and the processes they use to sustain themselves. In this video, Holly identifies and explains four phases of the sustainability cycle.

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    Holly Burkett, SPHR, CPT, has more than 20 years of experience helping diverse, global organizations achieve strategic change impact with workplace learning and talent management initiatives focused on leadership development, succession planning, career development and coaching, and performance improvement. Formerly with Apple, she is now principal of Evaluation Works, a performance consultancy in Davis, California.

    She is author of Learning for the Long Run: 7 Practices for Sustaining a Resilient Learning Organization, wrote the “Talent Manager as Change Agents” chapter in the ATD Talent Management Handbook, and was a contributor to the Human Resource Certification Institute’s (HRCI’s) The Rise of HR: Wisdom From 73 Thought Leaders, an e-book distributed to more than 1.5 million HR professionals around the globe.

    Burkett holds a doctorate in human capital development, along with a master’s of human resources and organizational development, and is a frequent conference presenter, international facilitator, and writer.

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