Panel Discussion LTG210
Value Based L&D and Future L&D Business Models
Date Friday, Nov 29 Time – Room Bishop
We often hear about the need to 'show value', but it is too often a matter of abstract models and formulae. This panel focuses on the practical, looking at approaches and case studies of organisations that are reorienting to deliver value, rather than 'deliver learning'. Doing this means tackling real, tricky issues around stakeholder engagement, communication and - above all - understanding what value really means to your organisation. Join us to learn how.
70:20:10 Institute, UK
Charles is a leading expert on building and implementing 70:20:10 learning and performance strategies. He is co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute. The Institute is the premier centre for 70:20:10 and Value-Based L&D and works with organisations around the world to help improve performance and business outcomes.
His 40-year career includes roles as a business school professor, as a chief learning officer, and as a senior advisor and member of boards and steering groups for international learning, performance and business bodies. He has deep experience of corporate L&D, Talent and HR, having held senior CLO roles in global companies. Charles is a member of advisory boards and steering groups for international learning, performance and business bodies around the world.
Charles is also a member of the Internet Time Alliance, a small multinational think-tank of leading learning and business performance practitioners helping organisations exploit emerging practice in informal and social learning to ‘work smarter’.
LEO Pharma A/S, Denmark
Transform strategy into high performing teams
Highly-engaged professional with a talent for taking innovative projects and teams from concept development on a global and regional level to sustainable business in local markets.
Equipped to support the mission of Commercial Excellence programs and who seamlessly works across all levels of an organisation to uncover cost-efficient and new solutions, meeting customers' needs.
Carin de Weme
AkzoNobel, The Netherlands
The field of Learning & Development has always been my passion and as Senior Global L&D adviser for AkzoNobel I have the opportunity to make a change in the way our employees perform and how they enjoy growing at AkzoNobel.
I have been in charge of setting up the Health, Safety & Environment Faculty to make sure our employees go home safely, but also enjoy the way they learn to be safe at their job. Learning while working has been key for this as well as making sure our license to operate programs are reaching the right change in behavior.
After a few years I had the opportunity to broaden my scope to other Functions and programs where I could extend my impact by implementing all kinds of different approaches to learning from learning on-the-job, virtual learning, social learning, evaluating learning and the way we run the training admin side of the company.
In my current role in the AkzoNobel Academy I'm responsible for raising the L&D knowledge level in the company, implementing a new LMS system, creating and implementing a new L&D operating model, designing and developing strategic business program and thinking about the future of work. A great role to share my passion for learning and to have a real impact in the company by making sure every employee has the possibility to develop in a great impactful way.
My background as a primary school teacher and a L&D consultant helps me every day in working with others and to transfer the message of L&D which is meaningful, impactful and is what the employee likes and needs. Therefore I have also started writing LinkedIn articles to share projects I have done and share my learnings to helps others. Sharing knowledge is key in spreading the learning message!