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Future Focused Learning and Development

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This two-day workshop prepares you for the fundamental shifts in organisational learning.

13 - 14 March 2019, Dublin

The demand for business alignment, the use of data and metrics, influences of neuroscience, the requirement for agile ‘in-the-flow of work’ learning, the use of digital-mobile devices, the place for socialised learning and the need for effective learning measurement place an unprecedented need for all L&D functions to transform.

Take this opportunity to know about the revolution and learn how to transform your own organisation to be future focused

Benefits

This programme is split into eight, research informed, fast paced 90 minute sessions covering the foundations of each key shift in Learning and Development over two face to face days.

The sessions will be delivered through guided group discussions and give you the opportunity to explore, discover, challenge and discuss new practice and insights with other L&D professionals.

The style of delivery is designed to ‘spark’ your own thinking, giving you future focused inspiration and ideas to take away.

Who is it for?

Whatever stage of your L&D or HR career, shifts in organisational learning are having profound implications on your practice. This workshop is a must for Learning and development leaders, managers and practitioners who want to gain insights and ideas to transform their learning practice and functions to embed future-focussed approaches.

Programme

Day 1

  • Shifting to business aligned learning
  • Shifting to measuring learning value
  • Shifting to data informed learning
  • Shifting to brain engaged learning

Day 2

  • Shifting to digital learning
  • Shifting to social learning
  • Shifting to curated learning
  • Shifting to self-directed learning

Each session covers:

  • An introduction, overview and definition of the topic
  • A myth buster dispelling common misconceptions
  • Latest research evidence
  • Practical activities to transform practice
  • Personal reflective application

Tutor - Andy Lancaster

Andy Lancaster has more than 25 years’ experience in learning and organisational development in commercial, technological and not-for-profit organisations and has also worked in a consultancy role.

As Head of Learning and Development Content at CIPD Andy is responsible for professional development and learning products, digital content and qualifications for L&D, coaching and mentoring, management and leadership and business psychology. Andy also plays a key role in leading the direction and delivery of CIPD’s wider new vision for L&D. He was part of the team that developed CIPD’s new L&D qualifications, oversees the Leaders in Learning Network and is helping pioneer online digital learning at the Institute.

Andy has a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD), the Chartered Management Institute (FCMI) and the Learning and Performance Institute (FLPI).

He regularly speaks at conferences, write articles on behalf of CIPD and is the co-author of the “Webinars Pocketbook”.

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