What does it take to truly be a learning organization? Working with high-performing organizations, that focus on innovative and forward thinking people practices, we have the pleasure of helping our clients create better learning and development.
We recently sat down with Kelsey Lee and Michael Lowe, Digital Content Specialists from Earls Kitchen + Bar to talk to them about their Earls Elearning Journey. Earls believes in people living large, purposeful lives, filled with fun. Earls has created one of North America’s most beloved restaurant chains by mastering a recipe for success that people have fallen in love with. We asked Earls a few questions about how our Learnkit + Earls partnership has helped to expand and better teach Earls’ recipe for success.
Thinking about building a blended approach for your employees? Read the full story: Earls Elearning Journey.
We’ve put together an up close and personal exploration of our blossoming partnership with Earls. In the story, we take a look at:
– How Earls transitioned from in-person training to a blended approach
– How elearning enhanced Earls learning programs
– Setting and aligning learning metrics with business goals
Earls Kitchen + Bar is a family-run business, launched by father and son, Leroy Earl “Bus” Fuller and Stanley Earl Fuller in the early ’80s and is also one of North America’s most successful independent restaurant groups. We are super excited about the journey we’ve been on with Earls and encourage you to check out the full story to see how things have evolved.
We invite you to talk to us learn more about creating a blended approach for your employee training and development programs. We’d be happy to help you map out what it might look like and identify the best solution for your unique needs.
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