• Welcome and opening remarks from the chairperson
    Treasa Branagan
    Treasa Branagan

    Co-Founder and Director
    The Culture Movement

  • Workshop 1: The importance of integrating behavioural awareness in all aspects of training

    It has never been a more critical time to build constructive organisational cultures. Training provides organisations with an opportunity for employees to reflect on their behaviours so they may actively become more constructive. Integrating cognitive reflection into the instructional design process creates deep and reflective learning experiences. 

    • The role of learning in building constructive cultures 
    • How instructional design creates self-awareness  
    • What we can learn from cognitive behavioural science  
    • Instructional design techniques to encourage constructive behaviours 
    Andres Jonmundsson
    Andres Jonmundsson

    Training Culture

  • Workshop 2: Future of Work – Taking a skills-first approach and the impacts for L&D leaders

    The World Economic Forum estimates that almost one-third of all jobs worldwide are likely to be transformed by technology in the next decade and every member of the workforce will need to continuously expand their skillset. It’s important for organisations to cultivate a culture of internal mobility to give employees access to on-the-job learning opportunities and to retain employees. Join this session to discuss key ideas around: 

    • How adopting a skills-based approach is crucial for an organisation’s long-term success 
    • The change in skills since 2015 
    • What skills you need to stay competitive
    David Bellas
    David Bellas

    Director, LinkedIn Talent Solutions
    LinkedIn Learning

  • Morning tea and refreshment break
  • Workshop 3: It starts from the top: investing in leadership development to become a catalyst for success

    A recent Gallup research study found that employees don’t leave companies, they leave managers, and these managers account for 70% of the variance relating to engagement, retention, and performance. In this session, we will discuss how Whole Brain® Thinking has helped organisations improve team engagement, increase job satisfaction, decrease turnover, and drive performance. 

    • How to motivate, retain, and build high-performing teams using Whole Brain® Thinking 
    • How to improve personal and professional development using Whole Brain® Thinking 
    • How to develop learning and development plans and strategies tailored to match thinking preferences for maximum benefit 
    Michael Morgan
    Michael Morgan

    Herrmann Asia

  • Workshop 4: eLearning Content Tools for L&D: Engage your Workforce

    Engaging your team in their online L&D is critical to expanding learning opportunities and enhancing the learning experience, yet it is common for companies to slight this portion of the development and focus more on compliance and shortchanging the eLearning content itself. Without a dynamic, inclusive eLearning content, you risk diminishing the ROI and impact of your eLearning investment. In this session, Kristian has identified a few ways L&D professionals can build an organised, streamlined, and engaging program:

    • Identify content elements that don’t work
    • Create an active learning environment
    • Content mediums that are engaging and memorable to create everlasting impact
    • Accessible content authoring tools to achieve engaging eLearning environments
    Kristian Terry
    Kristian Terry

    Creative Director at eCreators

  • Networking lunch
  • Workshop 5: Learning culture: A solution for inclusion

    Inclusion has taken centre stage in the culture agenda for many organisations. In this session, we take a look at how a learning culture is essential for achieving inclusive cultures and leadership. We will explore the interconnectedness between learning and the inclusion agenda, and how learning is a key tenant for the business case for inclusion.

    • How leaning into inclusive leadership can unlock performance, innovation, creativity, problem solving and change resilience
    • Inclusive leadership capabilities that champion learning and enable people to reach their potential
    • Steps organisations can take to embrace the inclusion strategic imperative and enable a learning culture
    Emma Jacob
    Emma Jacob

    Co-Founder and Director
    The Culture Movement

  • Workshop 6: Implementing learning and development strategies around hybrid working

    Organisations need to rethink their learning strategies to find the right balance between focus and collaboration, avoiding disconnection and over-connection in hybrid work settings. How do we shift learning and development mindsets to help make great work happen, individually and collectively? This session will discuss implementing new rules of engagement for how we communicate and collaborate in a hybrid working environment.

    • Helping leaders focus on optimisation, not control
    • Building an action-based learning culture
    • Changing expectations about availability, responsiveness and quality
    • Embedding trust as the ultimate learning lubricant
    Gavin Nelson
    Gavin Nelson

    Productivity Ninja
    Think Productive

  • Workshop 7: Data storytelling for L&D leaders

    The L&D function is creating more data than ever before. This has led to increasing pressure on L&D leaders to weave this information into compelling data stories about L&D alignment with business strategy, assessment of capability gaps and the success of learning interventions. Join TEDx speaker and StoryIQ CEO Isaac Reyes in this highly interactive workshop that will see participants apply a simple five step framework for creating effective L&D data stories. 

    Isaac Reyes
    Isaac Reyes

    Co-Founder and CEO

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