We’re beginning to emerge into a very different commercial world. While learning continues to be about developing new skills and improved performance in the workplace, learning design and delivery now needs to be more agile, more personalized, and more relevant to help our people adapt and move into the new commercial landscape.
Corporate learning should support and deliver on the revised strategic direction of the enterprise, the tactical needs of the business unit, and the resulting developmental needs of the individual employee, where damaged confidence and trust need to be restored as a priority.
In this live debate we explore different functions of corporate learning:
• As a vehicle to bring about cultural assimilation: how we do things around here.
• As a channel to communicate the organization’s priorities and ethos: who we are and what we stand for.
• As an employee brand experience: influencing the feelings an employee has about the organization.
• As a tool to encourage higher self-esteem, recognition, and value: staff engagement and retention.
• As a means of realigning behind a common goal: unifying and reigniting the business in times of deep uncertainty.
Kevin Green, author of Competitive People Strategy
Daniel Haden, Global Director, Sales Training and Enablement, American Express
Andrew Perkins, Global Director, Kaplan Performance Academy
Dr Andrew Temte, President and Global Head of Corporate Learning, Kaplan North America
Fiona Leteney, Senior Analyst, Fosway Group