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From Trainer to Transformer: L&D as a Key Lever For Organizational Success recordings

Here you'll access the recordings from our September 15, 2020, event, From Trainer to Transformer: L&D as a Key Lever For Organizational Success.
 

Welcome and Setting the Stage

Speakers

Dr. Vijay Kumar, J-WEL Executive Director
Dr. George Westerman, Principal Research Scientist, J-WEL Workforce Learning

Session Description 

Kumar and Westerman introduce our event, From Trainer to Transformer: L&D as a Key Lever For Organizational Success. View slides from the session.


Session 1: Transforming Learning Methods

 

Speakers

Jessica Buechli, Director of Learning & Development, UPMC

Mark Cousino, Executive Director & Global Head of Learning, Raytheon

Stephan Kasulke, Chief Learning Officer, Deutsche Telekom

Session Description 

Shifting focus from specific courses to the whole learning experience means personalizing, digitizing, and atomizing learning. Executives leading this new wave of learning share best practices and ongoing challenges they face in helping workers to develop mindsets and capabilities that contribute to better performance now and resilience in the future. View the slides from this session.
 

Session 2: Transforming Learning Departments

Speakers

Julie Dervin, Head of Global Learning & Development, Cargill

Allison Horn, Managing Director, Talent Organization Lead, Accenture

Session Description 

Improving capabilities, performance, and culture throughout an organization requires redesigning learning departments to be smaller, nimbler, and more strategic. Leading CLOs describe the changes they’ve driven to make the L&D unit ready for its new and more strategic role.
 

Session 3: Transforming Career Advice  

Speakers

Dr. George Westerman, Principal Research Scientist, J-WEL Workforce Learning

Session Description 

We kick off our final session with initial findings from new MIT J-WEL research on the state of career advice in organizations. Using this work as a springboard, we move into a series of discussions about what better career advice could look like and what it will take to get there.