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One of the biggest challenges organisations face is moving from learning to performance. At OEB 2022 Senior L&D Consultant, Henriette Kloots, will help to answer some of the fundamental questions about this journey.
The OEB Conference, taking place in Berlin from 23-25 November, will host a session on the journey from learning to performance, with Henriette Kloots.
One of the biggest challenges organisations face is moving from learning to performance. What does it take for you to make that change? What skills does your L&D team need? How are you and your team challenged on this journey?
In this hands-on How To session, participants are invited on a large, physical floormat containing a graphical visualisation of the journey from learning to performance. This remarkable visualisation helps participants to see immediately what they need to improve, where their challenges lie and what they need to work on with their stakeholders.
Join this session to understand the steps it takes to get from a learning to a performance mindset, the challenges you face, and how to involve leadership and stakeholders.
Making the Journey from Learning to Performance will take place on Friday, Nov 25 at 14:15.
Henriette Kloots is an organisational psychologist and Senior Learning & Development consultant. After spending years on both the vendor and corporate side of L&D, she started her own company in 2015. Pink Coat, a statement towards an industry full of grey suits, has grown to be a steady L&D consultancy firm with a focus on L&D strategy and developing the profession itself. Pink Coat is based in the Netherlands, but operates internationally. Henriette is a very energetic professional with a lot of passion for the industry and she is “here to challenge” it.
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