Learning as a field has transformed - from a compliance-based good-to-have space to a critical element of advantage and even survival. Technology seems to be making this shift even more complex in some aspects while also simplifying it in others. As organizations adapt to the ever-changing dynamics of fast business, learning professionals are having to innovate and experiment at a similar pace to maintain relevance and deliver impact. In addition to the dynamics of both demand and supply, the target audience (the learner) is also moving along a third dimension.
In this webinar, you will learn how learning professionals combine these diverse shifts. You will also learn why there is a need today to step back and relook at the approach to learning itself and answer some fundamental questions once again.
Topics to be Covered
- Learning & L&D - The Business View, Learner View & the Learning Space View
- Design for L&D - Design Principles to Apply for Learning Programs.
- Role of Learning Professionals & Technology in the Changing L&D Landscape
About the Speaker:
Nikhil Chadha is dynamic & customer focused leader with 15 years of global & multicultural exposure across industries & functions. His stellar record encompasses medium to large scale global projects and budgets across e-commerce, supply chain, Healthcare, BFSI, IT Infrastructure services, Telecom & Supply Chain with CXO level engagement & visibility. An ardent proponent of mindfulness & empathetic workplaces, his work includes a passion for helping leaders and organisations enhance performance, innovation and resilience through mindfulness and other practices grounded in neuroscience & psychology.
Recently he was felicitated with Jombay’s prestigious HR40under40 award (Jan 2018) & World HRD Congress 100 Top Global Training & Development Minds award (Feb 2018). He was also one of the speakers for coaching at the 4th L&D Leadership Summit (March 2018)