Massive change is happening on multiple fronts, reshaping the world of business and work. Organizations require an unprecedented level of sensitivity and responsiveness to changes in their environment. A learning culture is key to ensure an organization thrives. At an individual level this translates into a significant shift in skills and personal adaptability. While we've always had to adapt as new things came our way, we need to do it more quickly and be more adept at applying what we learn than ever before.
Learning professionals have a critical role to play in building continuous learning skills. They can support individuals to develop self-directed and self-managed learning skills, Another high leverage activity is to support line managers, team leaders and coaches to encourage continuous learning as part of daily work. To equip themselves for this role learning professionals must build their own continuous learning skills and practices.
Join this webinar to learn about:
- How continuous learning contributes to organization success
- What continuous learning skills and practices look like
- The role of learning professionals in developing continuous learning in an organization
- How learning professionals can equip themselves or this role
Michelle Ockers works with business and learning and development leaders to realize the untapped potential of learning in organizations. She is an independent organizational learning strategist and modern workplace learning practitioner. Since leading the refresh of the LPI Capability Map in 2018 Michelle has been working with learning leaders on strategic capability building for their teams using the LPI Capability Map and team assessment toolkit. Michelle also mentors learning professionals at all career stages on career planning and professional development.
Michelle received the following prestigious industry awards in 2019:
- Australian Institute of Training and Development Dr Alastair Rylatt Award for L&D Professional of the Year - for outstanding contribution to the practice of learning and development
- Internet Time Alliance JAy Cross Memorial Award - for outstanding contribution to the feild of informal learning
Michelle can be contacted at email@example.com
Date and time: August 12, 2020 from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm ET
Fee: Members: Free & Non-members: $50.00
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