Are you Equipped to Lead L&D into the Future?

by | Mar 10, 2015 | Articles, Press Release

Laura Overton will be speaking at the CIPD L&D show in May. Come and be challenged, inspired and equipped to lead your team into the future. 

The session will cover: 
  • L&D’s place in the VUCA world and it’s role in meeting future business challenges
  • driving agility within your organisation by utilising L&D tools effectively
  • responding to evolving learning needs by building confidence in emerging L&D skills and capabilities.
You will take away: 
  • Insights into the secrets of top performing learning teams and steps on how to implement keys to learning within your organisation
  • Strategies to prepare for future business needs by developing a dynamic and adaptable L&D team
  • Practical tips to create L&D transformation which aligns with business priorities

See all the details and register for free:

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