Description• PeopleStar is a behavioural insights agency specialising in adapting culture and capability to increase value to stakeholders. PeopleStar is privileged to advise, partner and network with leading global organisations and people who generate independent and trusted insights from all industries. Jane Daly is a thought-leader, analyst and worklife advocate and was previously global Head of OD & Learning at Marks and Spencer and Chief Insight Officer at Towards Maturity. Brid Nunn is a leading learning professional, having won Learning Professional of the Year in 2017 for transforming and digitising large-scale programmes. Brid has a vast and diverse knowledge of the Learning & Development industry and is passionate about developing the capabilities of learning professionals having lead pressured learning design & delivery teams. There are 8 key forces changing how people work and live. All of these forces have been amplified and accelerated by the pandemic. All of them are impacting corporate learning and the divide between those who are able to increase value and impact through learning and those who can’t seem to keep up with the pace of change is growing. In this interactive workshop we will explore the key insight that all leaders need to be aware of and look at practical ways to reset and create a corporate learning roadmap that builds bridges and mobilises learning, a critical requirement for thinking forward. • There is increased demand for Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies, but, fewer than 9% of companies currently use advanced technologies such as machine learning, robotics or even touch screens. In this context, what conditions need to be in place for disruptive technologies and hybrid learning to support people to work and learn differently and for whole organisations to adapt for good? What are the capabilities learning professionals need to successfully transform their impact? This interactive workshop will explore two live complex case stories and give participants and opportunity to Rethink how they lead, analyse and transform their challenges and drive opportunities.
|Period||26 Jan 2021 → 28 Jan 2021|
|Degree of Recognition||International|