Driving Smarter Business Impact – Start-up Tips for Corporate L&D
Date Thursday, Nov 24 Time – Room Check
Business start-ups have a unique set of challenges when it comes to L&D – or do they? Many have an all hands on deck approach to business, strong entrepreneurial leaders create high octane environments designed to disrupt, innovate and digitise. This presents a number of challenges for those involved in building skills and developing talent. Challenges that are shared by many in corporate L&D.
How do we align learning to support fast paced business changes? How do we build a positive learning culture? How do we equip leaders and line managers for the future?
In this fun and interactive Learning Café, we will consider the strategies of high performing learning teams and combine them with the innovative approaches of start up companies. Join us to combine our collective wisdom. We will explore creative ways to :
- Let digital take the strain.
- Tap into purpose and values.
- Tackle the management challenge.
- Co-create value in rapidly changing environments.
CEO, International Speaker, Analyst, Facilitator, Emerging Stronger, United Kingdom
Laura Overton is an author, facilitator and award-winning learning analyst dedicated to uncovering and sharing progressive practices that add strategic business value. She led a 15-year global research programme that explored impactful learning strategies. Her work through #Learningchangemakers and Emerging Stronger continue to support and inform the changing world of workplace learning.
Senior Learning and Development Manager, HEYJOBS, Germany
Dinye Hernanda is an award-winning Learning & Development Manager, highly experienced in establishing L&D departments in hypergrowth startups. Having worked as an innovation manager in top german companies, Dinye brought her entrepreneurial and creative mindset to L&D, often juggling the role of a trainer, facilitator, coach, and problem solver - all at once. A Berlin-based, passionate community builder, she regularly shares her learnings through a global community called L&D Shakers.