Learning leaders must create business cultures, learning outcomes, systems and tools that create a pull for learning rather than pushing learning on the organization.
Just like GE is to be the Digital Industrial leader by combining physics and analytics to benefit customer outcomes, Paul’s goal is to combine unbiased performance assessment, learning and analytics to benefit GE employee performance.
For the past 3 years, Paul has led the development of GE's global Sales and Marketing professionals by building curriculum and a community of Learning that leverages contemporary content and delivery approaches. Paul led the development of the Commercial Learning Academy which is housed on BrilliantYOU, an integrated learning platform accessible to all GE employees and created to help meet the challenges of learning scale, speed, and provide better performance outcomes for 25,000 commercial employees across the globe. Most recently, Paul has been busy converting classroom instruction to learning delivered over social learning platforms as well as the development of decision-based simulations that enhance employee performance through personalized learning and generate analytics that help better define the training spend.
Paul has held a variety of learning leader, operational and customer facing roles over his 20+ career. He has been with GE for the past 17 years spending 12 of those years as part of the GE Aviation business and 5 years with GE Corporate and GE Crotonville. Early in his career Paul worked for firms such as Computer Sciences Corp., Quantum Chemical Corp. and Procter and Gamble.
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