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Is your learning initiative talent- or performance-driven?

Published: Wednesday, March 13, 2019

It's important to recognize the difference between talent- and performance-driven learning.  While both are essential and can improve employee engagement and performance, only performance-driven learning is directly tied to business goals.



Vance, D. (2017). The Business of Learning: How to Manage Corporate Training to Improve Your Bottom Line (2nd ed.).  Windsor, CO: Poudre River Press

About the Author
Dr. Treca Stark is human-centered with a distinct ability to conceptualize and execute. She is an authentic leader who is savvy at articulating vision, championing new initiatives, and directing programs for global, regional, and local organizations. Additionally, Treca is skilled at strategic planning and transforming plans into pragmatic objectives.

She has served as an essential partner in the creation of products and services that have met defined requirements and needs at public and private organizations. Treca is also masterful at identifying, training, motivating, and coaching talent to high levels of performance and encouraging collaboration among diverse people to form powerful high-performance teams.

Dr. Stark attained a Doctor of Education in Higher Education and Community College Leadership from Morgan State University, a Master of Education in Educational Administration from University of New Orleans, a Graduate Certificate in E-Learning from George Mason University, and a Bachelor of Arts with distinction in Political Science with a Minor in Business Administration from Loyola University New Orleans.

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