On Demand

Who moved my skills?

How to develop learning organisations that continuously encourage skills acquisition?

Duration: 60 minutes

Organisations are dealing with unprecedented levels of change as they seek to remain competitive and gain new markets. In this market landscape, one of the critical challenges they are facing is skills acquisition. In order to future-proof, they need to develop learning cultures that are connected, networked and boundary-less to grow and retain their workforce, internal customers and external clients. How can they successfully achieve this transformation?

Join Jane Daly, Chief Insight Officer at Towards Maturity, a top HR and learning analyst helping professionals create world-class learning organisations, as she explores how top performing organisations use both conventional and creative approaches to up-skill and re-skill their workforce, and ensure they fit for the future of work tomorrow. Jane will be joined by our very own Venessa Parker, Digital Learning Consultant for the UK market.

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  • How to deal with the transformation of the learning function and its impact
  • How to drive learning agility and promote heutagogical behaviours
  • How to establish a learning experience that matters to individuals

Hosts: Jane Daly – Founder of PeopleStar & People Who Know

Jane Daly, Chief Insight Officer, Towards Maturity

Jane is Chief Insight Officer of PeopleStar. An independent evidence-informed agency specialising in culture & behavioural change. She has a proven track record in commercially adapting organisational culture whilst accelerating growth, transformation, productivity, profitability & wellbeing. Jane was previously Global Head of L&OD at M&S and Chief Insight Officer at Towards Maturity and her research is regularly published and referenced.

Venessa Parker – Digital Learning Consultant, CrossKnowledge

Venessa Parker Digital Learning Consultant, CrossKnowledge

Venessa is an award-winning Learning and Development professional, who transforms traditional training to incorporate digital and social experiences. She now partners with various L&D teams, advising on elements such as creating a learning culture, data analysis, proving business impact and learning experience design.