Learning at Work Week

What's your learning culture?

To celebrate Learning at Work Week we are hosting this FREE 1-hour webinar about the
culture of your workplace and how it's supportive of meaningful learning and development.

About this course

Course type Essentials
Course code QAWEBLEARN
Duration 1 Hour

Creating an agile learning culture sounds easy. But is it?

Hot off the press from the CIPD Learning & Development show 2018 is the fact that two of the top 3 most popular factors when people choose an employer are non-tangible: development opportunities and organisational culture.

In this short and interactive webinar, learning specialists from QA invite you to consider the culture of your workplace and how it’s supportive of meaningful learning and development. You might be in an organisation who does it brilliantly and have insights to share, or want to come along to consider what you could do better.

We discuss how we can truly embrace the 70/20/10 model of learning for the twenty-first century with innovative practices that allow learning to flow, foster self-direction and add true meaning to influence performance - at a pace that suits the people!

Date: Monday 14th May 2018

Time: 12:00 – 13:00

Cost: FREE

Target audience

Anyone wanting to maximise learning and reap the rewards of an agile learning culture.

Attendees will:

  • Understand and apply the 70/20/10 model of learning
  • Consider how to adopt a more agile method of supporting learning
  • Get practical tips about what to do (and not do) to foster an agile learning culture
  • Understand the key barriers to agile learning and how we can defeat them
  • Consider how to create a more collaborative, cross-functional learning organisation

Presenter Biography

 

Kris Bachoo

Kris Bachoo

Learning Programme Director (Scotland)

Having joined QA in January 2015, Kris drives forward individual learning and organisational development with passion, pace and integrity. With over 20 years of experience, holding executive organisational development positions and blue chip consultancy, Kris believes the key to shaping and growing organisations, has its heart in leadership development. Her global experience includes the US, Middle and Far East, Europe and South Africa, and her work has been underpinned by continuous professional development in a range of areas, including doctoral research into leadership career pathways.

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