The future of learning and development: what are the emerging trends and where will technology take us?
General Manager - Capability & Learning, NBN
Technology is transforming the way we learn. Employers now have access to a huge number of L&D tech solutions, from enterprise level platforms to agile and personalised mobile apps. Which tech solution is right for your workforce?
- How to align your technology platforms with your strategy and culture
- Elements of a successful Learning Management System
- Evaluating new tech: social learning, AI and VR
- Ensuring your learning platform selection provides a positive return on investment
- Analysing the current trends and determining the most suitable learning platform for your organisation
Group General Manager - Talent, Diversity & Inclusion, Engagement and Learning, Transdev Australia
Director and Co-Founder, The Learning Factor
Learning & Development Officer, Aussie Broadband
Head of Leadership, Learning & Development, Wesfarmers Limited
Head of Organisational Development, MYOB
Tech platforms today allow employers to create differentiated, experiential, and meaningful learning journeys for employees. This case study will explain how CUB leveraged Virtual Reality to create an engaging, impactful learning experience that has resonated with their leadership teams.
- Creating meaningful, impactful & relevant learning that is driven by employees
- Varying learning objectives and content based on the needs and preferences of learners
- Utilising VR technology to build leadership capability
- Engaging, motivating and inspiring employees with the right content in the right sequence
Senior Manager - Learning and Development, Carlton & United Breweries
Companies need to be agile in order to survive. Similarly, L&D departments must be prepared to quickly launch and deploy capability-building programs to support changing business strategies.
- Reimagining talent development to support changing business priorities
- Creating an agile approach to workplace learning
- Reskilling and upskilling your team to prepare for a digital, knowledge-based economy
- Which skills are most important to support your company’s future business strategy?
Executive Director, McClendon Research Group, Associate Professor, Human Capital Management
- HR as a key and essential partner in culture building
- Hiring and firing as key elements to a great culture
- Raising great managers and great leaders
Director - Learning & Development Delivery (APAC), Stryker
Today’s workplaces are diverse. While millennials are often quick to adopt new technology, L&D leaders need to ensure that all generations in the workforce are engaged with learning technologies and programs.
- How to support different learning preferences across demographics
- Democratising and personalising your workplace strategy
Head of Talent & Learning, Danone
Successful HR leaders are highly valued change facilitators. Learn how to:
- Become a trusted advisor and influencer at the senior leadership level
- Effectively engage employees in culture change
- Ensure leaders take ownership and drive the change ongoingly
- Measure progress and sustain commitment
Head of Learning & Organisational Development, Genworth
Real-time data can inform your L&D programs to help you to continuously improve your learning strategy. This session will explore the following:
- How to use real-time data to measure the impact of your L&D programs
- Taking a deliberate and systematic approach to capability evaluation and metrics
- How to measure outcomes: employee engagement, team effectiveness, productivity and performance
Director of Human Resources, International Convention Centre Sydney
A successful workplace gamification program creates challenges and activities that reward positive behaviour and drives results. Unlock employee potential through performance-based learning.
- Integrating gamification to enhance learning experiences
- Delivering an engaging and motivating training experience for employees
- Using gamification technology for remote workers and virtual teams
- Leveraging instant feedback and live results
Head of Learning and Development; Head of People Technology and Analytics, Allens
L&D practitioners need to convince financial decision makers of the commercial value of training programs. Without executive support, L&D programs can’t get off the ground. This panel will address:
- What is the best way to sell the value of L&D programs to the executive team?
- How to get functional managers to commit staff time and budget to learning programs
- Why are some CEOs and CFOs still reluctant to commit time and money to L&D?
Learning & Development Professional, Bartle Professional Services
Executive Director - People & Culture, Alfred Health
Managing Director, Vanguard Learning
- Aligning your L&D initiatives with your organisation’s business goals
- Using social learning to build a continuous learning culture
- Understand what drives continuous learning culture at Fletcher Building
- Strategies implemented in Fletcher Building to assist employees for future leadership roles
In this interactive debate, our expert panel will discuss the extent to which workplace learning can be quantified and calculated.
- Can you truly measure the embedding of behavioural change shifts?
- Why is calculating L&D ROI so problematic?
- Which ROI calculations make the most sense to CEOs and CFOs?
- Common L&D metrics and their pros and cons
Managing Director, Learning Ventures
Group General Manager - Learning and Development, Crown Melbourne
LEGO® Serious Play® actively engages business teams to communicate, problem solve and create solutions to the most complex of business problems, all through the power of play.
The method can be used in a wide range of situations from strategy and planning, to customer experience, communication improvement, teamwork, systems and process improvement, cultural transformation, customer journey mapping and much more. Teams discover an ability to see new ideas they never knew they had, create strategies that future-proof a business, reignite a work-as-one mentality and tap into a "creativity for business" that most adults don't realise they even have.
Managing Director, Thirsty Hawk