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ANALYST, LEADERSHIP AND MGMT TRAINING

  • 10 Apr 2022 7:25 AM
    Message # 12701950
    Susan Donnelly (Administrator)

    American Fidelity Analyst, Leadership and Mgmt Training

    AFA / CHR

    Description:

    • Analyze leadership needs to develop and implement learning and development strategies that support core values, business priorities and operational goals for American Fidelity (AF).
    • Coach and inspire AF leadership to accomplish goals and related tasks; partners with leaders to create development plans for Colleagues based on metrics and provide coaching to leaders on individual development plans and progress.
    • Research, develop and implement leadership learning and development solutions using instructional design principles and adult learning theories. Track and measure overall effectiveness of solutions.
    • Analyze leadership needs to develop learning and development strategies that support core values, business priorities and operational goals for AF. Develop, implement, facilitate and evaluate effectiveness of leadership courses and programs for all levels of AF leadership. Recommend and aid in the development of solutions to address gaps identified through talent management processes to include the implementation of leadership programs, courses and resources.
    • Direct and enhance leadership initiatives, projects, programs and assignments to support learning and development. Serve as a training and development consultant in organizational initiatives, projects, programs and assignments to build and enhance the knowledge, skills and abilities of AF leadership.

    Requirements:

    • Five years in corporate environment.
    • Bachelor’s Degree from four-year college or university Training, Education, Human Resources or Communications area of study required or commensurate experience.
    • Master’s Degree preferred but not required in Training, Education, Human Resources or Communications area of study.
    • Expert knowledge of adult learning theory to develop curriculum designed for adult learning and experience with training needs analysis.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills including strong interpersonal skills (informing, consulting, collaborating, negotiating and persuading) at all levels of the organization.
    • Excellent presentation and facilitation skills for small and large groups.
    • Strong technical skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Office, learning management system(s) and instructional design applications.
    • Demonstrated experience in managing or facilitating projects within scope of responsibility through strong organizational and time management skills.
    • Understanding of Organizational Development (OD) theory and needs assessment processes.
    • Experience in a supervisory role preferred.


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