The Sustainability of Learning & Development

It works now, but will it in 5 years? Join us at our next breakfast in the Supernova Series on The Sustainability of Learning & Development.

This session is geared up to be an engaging mix of “show and tell” insights from our client work plus the chance to workshop ideas and share success stories and lessons learned with fellow participants. Creative Director of The Learning Hook, Brenden Carter and Curve Group Director Justine La Roche will lead a discussion to explore current industry trends aligned to four key levers of L&D sustainability:

  • Learning mindset & culture – risks and opportunities of learning being employee-owned
  • Learning strategies – events to experiences, and why nothing less than Triple J learning will do
  • Learning technologies – go mobile or bust
  • L&D function skills & structure – how agile are we, really?

Be sure to join the conversation at our upcoming breakfast event along with our special L&D guests from Aesop, Australia Post, IAG, Nab, Officeworks and Vicinity Centres.

Session Snapshot:

We all know that digital disruption is changing how we do business, interact, learn and whole lot more. The world of work is now hyperconnected, with mobile apps, emails, messages, and information streaming 24/7. We carry (and wear) technology that enables us to communicate with anyone at any time and work itself happens almost anywhere – we work in the office, we work on the train and we work at home. This “always on” mentality means safeguarding productivity and improving the work experience of employees has skyrocketed to the top of HR priorities. So what does this all mean for learning and development? We know what tends to work right now, but what will stand the test of time? How do we ensure that the learning approaches we put in place today still work in five years, as opposed to fading into irrelevance in 5 minutes?

When: 7:30am – 9:30am, Tuesday 19th April 2016
Where: The Olsen – 637 to 641 Chapel Street, South Yarra
Getting There: The Olsen is easily accessed by a range of transport options.

  • 550m from South Yarra Train Station, 4 mins to Flinders Street
  • On the Number 8 and 78 Tram Routes
  • Early Bird car parking (before 7am) at 670 Chapel St
  • On site cab rank

Cost: $30 per person

Light breakfast & refreshments included

Easter treat! Register by March 31st and pay only $25.
Enter “EGGSCELLENT” as the promo code at checkout.

How to Register: Register via this Eventbrite link.

This event is limited to 50 places only – first in best dressed – don’t miss out!

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