Consultant-Learning Strategist - United States
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The Consultant Learning Strategist (CLS) is expected to provide deep performance consulting expertise aligned to Lilly Business Unit needs from an adult Learning & Development perspective. The main areas of responsibility will be to serve to needs of the Next Generation Commercial Model(NGCM) initiative and ongoing Business Unit capability efforts, including those residing in the Managed Healthcare Services organization. The CLS is expected to not only execute on performance consulting expectations, but also to coach complex strategic learning and development initiatives. An overview of CLS responsibilities include defining, creating, managing, and maintaining the functional learning strategy that drives and enhances organizational capabilities. Details aligned to these responsibilities include: Cross functional collaboration and consulting with key business partners; Ensuring alignment between learning strategy, curriculum architecture and preferred vendors (interface with learning supplier partners in an effort to integrate new business processes where necessary for learning portfolio success; Collaborating with business and learning lead team governance bodies as required to deliver an effective learning strategy; Consulting on scorecard; Input program and budget requirements into business plan; Managing program quality; Targeting audience identification; and instructor identification as needed; Monitoring process, progress and results and designing feedback loops into their work against measured goals anticipating and adjusting for problems and barriers along the way; Monitoring successful quality delivery of projects through the supplier business model.