Learning Professionals Need to Be Leaders: An Interview With Sharon Wingron

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

In this interview with Larry Jacobs on his Corporate Training talk radio show, ATD facilitator Sharon Wingron discusses the need for learning professionals to exhibit the qualities of leadership in their profession. 

As president of Wings of Success, Sharon has been helping clients achieve success by developing their people since 2002. She is a dynamic, yet authentic professional who delivers engaging presentations, skillful facilitation, insightful coaching, and relevant resources. Sharon is often chosen to work with corporate clients because of the results she engenders by the depth and breadth of her business experience coupled with her learning and performance expertise. Sharon's client list ranges from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses and includes Anheuser-Busch, The Boeing Companies, Crown Vision, Keller Labs, Microsoft, and Wells Fargo. 

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Sharon is one of a select group of ATD Training Certificate Program facilitators, and is frequently called on to facilitate customized in-house train-the-trainer programs. She has facilitated learning on four continents and in 18 countries. She was specifically chosen to deliver programs in India and Egypt, as well as at ATD International Conference workshops, due to her cross-cultural experience and ability to build rapport and communicate effectively with people from around the world. 

Learn more from Sharon on this topic and several other core training issues during one of her ATD Education programs, including:


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About the Author

Larry Jacobs, host of Corporate Training Talk Radio, has many years of experience in the publishing and education industry, as well as radio broadcasting on WRKO Boston and WSMN in Nashua, New Hampshire. With a Master’s degree in Education, Jacobs  hosts each Corporate Training  Radio broadcast, interviewing authors, thought leaders, association professionals, trainers and companies in the field  with probing questions and a sense of humor to provide the training and talent development segment  cutting-edge information.

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