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Fuse Universal highlights the critical importance of six new L&D roles

London, UK Learning NewsFuse Universal

Next generation learning solutions provider, Fuse Universal, today announces the importance of six redesigned roles essential for the success of L&D teams.

Founder  CEO of Fuse Universal, Steve Dineen
Founder CEO of Fuse Universal, Steve Dineen 

Fuse Universal Founder and CEO Steve Dineen highlights the need for the reshaping of traditional L&D skillsets in his latest thought leadership video. Within this, he highlights the roles of the future as:

  1. Performance Consultant
  2. Community Engagement Manager
  3. Experience Designer
  4. Videographer & Storyteller
  5. Animator / Visualiser
  6. Data Analyst

Dineen states: “We’ve been working with some of the world’s most forward-thinking learning professionals to identify six roles that, we believe, L&D teams need to embrace to ensure the future success of their L&D team and organisation. We’ve used client interviews and deep understanding of both engagement and business data to validate the way in which these roles fit into L&D teams. We're really excited about the levels of engagement that our clients see through this adoption strategy, and the continual growth of their platform engagement levels - the future is bright'

The author, Fuse CEO, Steve Dineen, is available for interview and encourages L&D leaders eager to adapt their learning strategies to contact him directly via steve.dineen@fuseuniversal.com.

6 Critical Roles - the future roles needed for the success of L&D 

About Steve Dineen

Steve Dineen is one of the founders of the UK E-Learning industry.  Currently, he is the CEO and founder of Fuse Universal, an innovative knowledge, learning and communication technology company.  He has 15 years’ experience working in partnership with many of the biggest brands and organisations in the world with the goal of pushing the boundaries of learning technology to integrate with “face to face” delivery,  increasing people performance and individual opportunity through the democratisation of education and learning.