London (UK), November 2017 - The Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), a non-profit, independent body supporting the development of organisations and individuals in workplace learning, is excited to announce the creation of a new Advisory Board, with applications now being taken for members.
The Advisory Board will be comprised of ten senior professionals from international L&D organisations, consultancies, and research bodies who are committed to promoting and embedding best practices in workplace learning. The Advisory Board will provide collective insight to the LPI Executive Board in support of potential new services, entry into new markets, and value offerings for its members.
Edmund Monk, CEO, Learning and Performance Institute, said, "It is imperative to remain objective and informed about our marketplace as we continue to grow internationally and as we prepare to launch new, innovative programs. The Advisory Board will give us the wisdom and experience of a diverse, influential, and highly motivated group of individuals, all of whom can shape and develop our strategy for the global learning community.
This is a unique chance to join a progressive, exciting, and provocative organisation and an unparalleled opportunity to guide our agenda as we expand our international presence."
The Advisory Board will meet twice a year, and members will typically serve between two and four years. As members retire from the board, new appointments will keep the total number at ten.