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Bridging a gap from strategy to results is a top challenge facing today's CEO's. Success depends on strategic execution, and people are an essential part of that equation. In fact, according to a CEO survey last year, 25% of CEOs were forced to cancel or delay strategic initiatives because of human capital constraints. Learning and development plays a critical role in driving execution. It's key to moving from strategy to results. However, what percent of learning programs are applied on the job? Research shows that only 20% of formal learning is actually applied for work. but when it comes to bottom line impact, the results are even worse. This is a serious problem for most organizations, but its also a tremendous opportunity. traditional corporate learning was effective when the methods were first created, but times have changed, and much of formal learning hasn't evolved. The one time events are often unrelated, to company strategic objectives. Participants arrive at the training for the wrong reasons. There's the resistant employee, dragged to the program thinking its a waste of time. The vacationer, who is there for all the wrong reasons. The intentional employee honestly looking to apply for the training but lacking the required support. And all too often, companies rely on lecture bases, and cave- age methods that aren't effective. These all scream for their leader to take take a role in the process, setting expectations and insuring application back on the job. Against all odds, even if the training was successful, the real result would never be clear. When learning is not tracked and measured, strategy execution stalls. Let's move to the 21st Century. Based on 25 years of delivering high impact learning initiatives, we've established a holistic approach to actively engage employees and exemplary results. We call these, Learning and Execution Journeys. The journey starts by building alignment to the company's strategic priorities, the impact map, and easy to use single page tool is developed to link learning objectives to the company goals. The leader is engaged early and meets with reports to review the map and set the context for execution back on the job. An online portal supports the process by creating a community for learner's to interact, with their leader and peers. A couple of weeks later, the learner attends the core experiential learning program which features best in class high impact experiential learning methods. Quick online modules allow for further practice to sustain and build upon more learning. participants return for a live experiential learning session, that develops new skills and execution capabilities. After the formal learning program, online leader and employees provide follow up support, and assures successful execution back on the job. Impact is measured and results from this holistic approach is profound. In comparison to old learning programs, leading financial institutions achieved a 350% increase in on the job application. Learning and Execution Journey's drive execution bridging the gap between strategy and results. Each journey is customized to the individuals and company's needs and scaleble for a global audience. The big takeaway, when learning is connected to strategic priorities, and the leader of the learner is heavily involved, and high impact experiential learning is leveraged, the results of a learning and execution journey are profound.