Lessons From America’s First State Chief Learning Officer

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Dr. Trish Holliday is a trailblazer and a lifelong learner. In 2012, she became the first-ever chief learning officer (CLO) for the state of Tennessee, making Tennessee the first state in the U.S. to create this role for its state government.

Dr. Holliday was beyond qualified for the role—before being appointed to CLO, she worked for the state as an assistant director of the employee training and development division and director of strategic learning solutions, where she focused on training the leaders of tomorrow and reframing training as learning and development for employees.

So what does it take to succeed in a

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