Caveo Learning
Upcoming Webinar

An Inside Look at Outsourcing in Learning & Development

Tuesday, May 16 @ 10  – 11 a.m. CST

At some point, all learning & development organizations are faced with the need for outsourcing—business objectives or performance gaps may demand L&D personnel and expertise that can’t be organically added in a time- or cost-efficient manner. Large-scale outsourcing arrangements are more common than many learning leaders realize, but so too are potential pitfalls.

An Inside Look at Outsourcing in Learning & Development

In this webinar, Caveo President Gary Schafer will reveal never-before-seen research conducted by that paints a complete picture of outsourcing in the L&D industry. You’ll learn:

  • How to source large-scale L&D without sacrificing quality, budget, or time
  • What questions to ask of potential managed services partners
  • How to spot red flags in outsourcing proposals before signing the deal
  • Which conditions and clauses to demand in vendor agreements to ensure the quality outputs you require

Register now to be one of the first people to get access to this never before seen data!

Who Should Attend

Chief Learning Officers (CLOs), VPs of Training, Training Directors and Managers, Human Resources VPs and Directors, CEOs, and COOs

About the Presenter

Gary Schafer

Gary Schafer is a seasoned executive with more than 15 years experience leading global implementation teams focused on identifying and capturing strategic business opportunities.

Formerly a consultant with McKinsey & Company, Gary has worked closely with senior executives to develop, implement and measure performance-based strategies. He has significant experience in service operations and strategic sourcing, and was part of McKinsey’s customer care leadership team. Prior to his time at McKinsey, Gary spent several years as VP of Strategy at marketing incentives firm MTC Performance and as the Founder/CEO of Sivox Technologies, a simulation training company.

Gary earned an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from North Central College.