This year, Mind Tools’ Learning Performance Benchmark shows that L&D leaders in the Asia- Pacific region are highly concerned about the health of their organisation's learning culture. In fact, behaviors that contribute towards developing stronger learning cultures have dropped most significantly in these countries since 2018.
On Wednesday 19 October at 2:00pm AEST, 3:00pm AEDT and 5:00pm NZ Mind Tools will be joined by a panel of industry experts to delve deeper into these key concerns highilighted in the L&D Benchmark report 2022 and explore what top performing organizations in the Asia- Pacific region are doing differently.
Mind Tools’ Chief Impact Officer, Nahdia Khan, and Researcher, Anna Barnett, will be joined by Keiran McLean, Director, Head of Learning, KPMG Learning Services Australia, Greg Woulfe, Global Learning Manager, Orica, and Michelle Ockers, Learning Strategy Expert and Co-Creator of Emerging Stronger.
The webinar will cover:
- What top performing organisations are doing differently - What behaviors are associated with these teams?
- How to attract, retain, and develop top talent - What behaviors lead to a stronger, talent-focused approach to learning? How can performance management measure impact?
- How to create a culture of continuous learning - How can L&D teams’ partner with the wider organisation to build a culture of continuous learning in the workplace?
- How to create the perfect blend - How can organisations invest in more cost-effective learning solutions that focus less on technology and more on the people using them?
You can sign up to the webinar here.