As we look into the unprecedented change of the future of work and the skills necessary to keep pace with future technological advances and process change, the need to develop employees to transcend change is more imperative than ever before. In this session, Rose Sheldon, Director of Enterprise Learning, Allstate, will discuss the process in which they are helping their employees calibrate for change by:
Companies today face the challenge of engaging their employees in meaningful dialogue - whether it be due to geography, flex work - or simply that many people feel that speaking up has a cost associated with it. In this talk we will examine:
Responsible L&D professionals are rapidly responding to the fact that we are living in an increasingly transformative period. This new period, classified as the age of acceleration, is described by kinetic changes occurring across our collective professional and personal experiences. This acceleration is also illustrated by massive disruption happening at high velocity to our traditional business practices. It is an age in which entire industries are being reshaped with routine business models being rendered useless in favor of more agile people, plans and processes. It’s a period where the premium for more innovative and effective corporate learning designs and solutions has never been more important. During this keynote, attendees will learn how to:
Whatever business you’re in — cars or ketchup, healthcare or hotels, ERP or ecommerce — emerging technologies and shifting market dynamics are creating new opportunities and unexpected threats every day. Now, everyone needs to keep their skills sharp, and to continuously develop new ones. This is the opportunity we’ve all been waiting for.
The most progressive learning leaders are fueling innovation, not just productivity. They’re shaping business strategies, not just reacting to them. But shaking up the status-quo requires rebuilding some fundamental L&D strategies, and refocusing on agility, not just efficiency. And that starts with understanding how today’s workforce really learns and grows.
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Uncover what’s hot and what’s not in this discussion on learning and development trends. You’ll learn how over 1,900 global L&D professionals ranked top trends in the sixth annual Learning & Development Global Sentiment Survey and how to use these results to plan your learning and development strategies for 2020 and beyond.
Earlier in the Exchange, we collected your insights and challenges using the Thoughtexchange social learning tool. We identified the highest rated topic areas. During this session, you’ll have the opportunity to choose a topic and participate in a small group discussion. You will work in groups to develop an action plan for improvement.
A growing body of research indicates that diversity isn’t just the right thing to do—it also improves operational productivity, boosts bottom lines, and is critical to the organization’s overall success. In this discussion we will hear from Discover Financial’s Diversity & Inclusion Leader on how they are approaching diversity and inclusion from a wholistic approach with an intent focus on meeting people where they are. In this discussion we will learn:
There’s no such thing as “business as usual” in today’s global economy. In an environment of almost constant change, disruption is the order of the day. For your business to thrive amidst the turmoil, your teams need to be fluent in a cutting-edge approach that integrates design tools with foundational business concepts, which enable flexibility and a capacity for continuous innovation. Your team can inspire and lead the market in a transformative environment that aligns values across the divergent stakeholders of your business. See how design involves critical thinking and discovery, demonstrating how design tools are core for:
Impactful people analytics creates value through business outcomes. Creating this culture of advanced analytics while balancing the human experience has long been the challenge when ensuring the right resources are in place to meet the requirements and deliver the outcomes that matter. In this discussion we will: