Convergys Executive Named Training Industry Inc.

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<p><strong>Cincinnati &mdash; June 5</strong><br />During the Training Growth Strategies Conference in Cary, N.C., Marianne Langlois, Convergys Corp. vice president of Professional Services Learning, was recognized as one of the &ldquo;20 Most Influential Training Professionals&rdquo; in 2007. </p><p>The winners of the new award, established by Training Industry Inc., were nominated and selected by their peers for their contribution to the growth and development of the industry.</p><p>Langlois is responsible for Convergys&rsquo; global Learning Solutions business, which has more than 300 learning professionals and more than 500 clients. </p><p>With more than 20 years of experience, Langlois has led successful transformations of businesses to drive superior business results for customers and shareholders. </p><p>Langlois has a Project Management Professional certification, is a member of the Project Management Institute, American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) and International Society of Performance Improvement (ISPI). </p><p>She received a bachelor&rsquo;s degree from Louisiana State University and an MBA from the University of Cincinnati. </p><p>Langlois is leading the introduction of Convergys&rsquo; Learning Diagnostic solution. </p><p>With large companies spending $30 million to $50 million per year on decentralized corporate training programs, Convergys&rsquo; Learning Diagnostic can achieve corporate learning objectives at 20 percent to 50 percent lower cost. </p><p>The four- to six-week diagnostic program evaluates a company&rsquo;s learning organization, and then it develops recommendations for potential outsourcing and consolidation. </p><p>The solution is helpful for any company that wants to reduce overall costs and improve efficiencies while still allowing for training that is aligned with specific business units&rsquo; strategies.<br /></p>

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