The opportunity to reinvent L&D is here, so what's next?

27th October 2021 | 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Online
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The opportunity to reinvent L&D is here, so what's next?

Michelle Ockers joined our Chief Impact Officer Nahdia Khan and Head of Research Gent Ahmetaj to explore the current situation and future outlook for L&D through key findings from Mind Tools’ Annual L&D Benchmark Report, “Innovate, Dominate or Decline.”  

The discussion covered practical topics such as: 

  • Post-pandemic L&D trends and which have been heavily accelerated by COVID-19 
  • How to break path dependency and tackle new and evolving organisational challenges 
  • Behaviors of top-performing L&D leaders and what their teams do differently. 

Speakers

Michelle Ockers

Michelle Ockers

Organisational Learning Strategist
Michelle Ockers is an award-winning organisational learning and modern workplace learning practitioner and podcast host, working with leaders who want learning to make a bigger impact in their organisation. 

After 16 years in the Royal Australian Air Force, she brought her training and project management experience into the corporate sector, and has been consulting to some of Australia’s most well-known brands since 2012. Her podcast, Learning Uncut, helps L&D professionals share real stories about their work.
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Gent Ahmetaj

Gent Ahmetaj

Head of Research, Mind Tools for Business
Gent is Head of Research for Mind Tools. He's a mixed-methods specialist focusing on how learning and organisational development can have real positive impact on key business metrics. Gent and his team of qualitative and quantitative researchers are responsible for improving data collection and analysis, writing research reports, and building inter-disciplinary research partnerships.
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Nahdia Khan

Nahdia Khan

Chief Impact Officer, Mind Tools for Business
Nahdia Khan is Chief Impact Officer for Mind Tools. As a seasoned L&OD and Talent leader with experience in the public and private sector – empowering people and organizations to thrive has always been at the centre of her professional career. In her current role, Nahdia is responsible for ensuring that the voices of the customer are amplified through the creation of active communities of practice and thought leadership.
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