The survival and success of organisations in today's VUCAH environment strongly depend on their capacity to adapt, innovate, and stay one step ahead of the competition. The ongoing development of employees is an essential factor that can directly impact these outcomes. As a business owner, line manager, supervisor or HR professional, your responsibility is to promote a learning and development culture within your team, department or organisation. By recognising the value of investing in employee development, you ensure not only greater productivity and the long-term success of your department but also the overall success of the organisation as a whole.
“In business, what’s dangerous is not to evolve.”– Jeff Bezos
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
The Role of the Leader in Learning and Development in the 21st Century
Aligning learning and development initiatives and modes to the business/departmental goals
Key elements within a comprehensive learning and development strategy and implementation plan
Activity: How to correctly assess your organisation or departmental developmental needs
Coaching and mentoring for growth and development
Activity: Assessing training intervention success and failure
Techniques for overcoming challenges and obstacles in implementing new learning strategies or technological advancement
Activity: Case study - Create an effective individual training plan
Ms LaToya Griffith La Toya Griffith is a Certified HR Professional with 15+ years of meaningful experience integrating HR initiatives with strategic business goals to ensure superior organizational performance.
In addition to her technical competencies in the coordination and management of Strategic Planning sessions, Human Resource Audits, Compensation Surveys, Satisfaction/Engagement Surveys and Training Needs Analysis, La Toya has designed, developed, implemented and evaluated systems relating to Performance Management, Job Analysis, Business Process Re-engineering and Policy Development. Whenever she can be of service La Toya continues to share her knowledge, skills and abilities.
07/11/2023 8:30 am
Event End Date
07/11/2023 12:30 pm
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