Lead a learning revolution
21- 22 April 2021
8.30am – 4.30pm
Kuala Lumpur | Virtual
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Lead a learning revolution fit for the future of people function
No matter where you’re based, HR functions are bound to have experienced certain levels of adversity in today’s complex, rapidly-changing world. The sixth edition of Learning and Development Asia Malaysia is here to support your mission in unraveling the business impact of upskilling.
With themes surrounding agility in learning, strategic leadership reinforcement, and adapting a learning culture to support business goals at #LearningDevelopmentAsia, gain a competitive edge with transformational L&D concepts.
Get ready to create, adapt and sustain new value in this new reality when you tap into the minds of the region’s leading HR and L&D leaders through a series of exclusive case-study presentations and interactive strategy discussions. Moreover, indulge in high value networking opportunities with more than 120 of the best HR and L&D professionals, and interact with the leading L&D solution providers!
Join #LearningDevelopmentAsia and be emboldened to optimise your current strategies as you strive for an engaged, agile and productive workforce beyond 2021.
*This conference is HRDF claimable.
Day 1 themes
Crisis management and recovery in the new reality
- Crisis management and learning adaptation.
- Instilling a purposeful learning mindset.
Effective learning styles and strategic succession planning
- Increasing learning engagement with rewards and recognition.
- Identifying employee personas for learning motivation.
- Identifying talent gaps between talent and learning management.
- Action-learning for high potentials.
Digital mindset for growth
Removing data baises with integrated analytics.
Managing gamified learning.
Day 2 themes
Bullet-proof L&D culture
- Competency based approach for future-based learning.
- Creating bite-sized learning campaigns.
Mounting your employer brand with L&D
- Post learning programme management.
- High impact L&D brand in the IoT.
- A fun and fulfilling learning culture.
Leadership for the 21st century
- Continuous management of future critical soft skills.
- Mentor guided approach for motivation.
- Integrating D&I into learning frameworks.
5 key takeaways from attending #LearningDevelopmentAsia 2021
Retain a high employee retention rate in the market
Hear how employee ambassadors are crucial in delivering a compelling employer brand.
Design a high-impact and purposeful L&D plan
Learn cross-industry benchmarking techniques you can use when designing your L&D plan.
Passing the baton to your next generation of leaders
Think beyond improving productivity and focus on grooming young leaders, and building a succession planning pipeline for tomorrow.
Co-create solutions with market leaders
As you share and discuss your solutions, open your mind to new concepts adopted by other organisations.
Connect with Malaysia’s passionate L&D community
Network and collaborate with more than 120 C-level executives, senior HR leaders and L&D specialists across industries.
Great brands who have participated in our events
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Common challenges L&D professionals face
No matter your HR experience, the global workforce is grappling with what the industrial revolution 4.0 means in terms of the displacement of the workforce. Moreover, the new ways of working has caused disruptions as HR professionals struggle to make this transition with the given tools as they try to achieve the intended learning outcomes.
Learning & Development Asia is here to help you tackle new challenges when it comes to elevating your HR function, including:
Combing through technological disruption
Technology is taking over the world by storm, mimicking how the human brain processes, stores and acts on information. Jobs are being altered or replaced as new roles become more digital, multidisciplinary, and data-driven. Business leaders are now faced with the challenge of recognising and retraining existing talent for new roles.
Anchoring learning adoption and engagement
As skills emerge, evolve and expire, L&D plays a critical role in boosting employee skills preparedness. While continuous training is more cost-effective than disruptive layoffs and hiring, the challenge for talent development experts remains – how do you identify where, when and why your L&D brand is not resonating with your learners?
Tackling the rise of the alternative workforce
With demographics such as Gen Z, the Millennial, and mobile talent – digitised, social, mobile and self-directed learning opportunities are the buzzwords for increased engagement. How can HR resonate with them by building a learning culture that taps into the potential and preferences of all learners?
Achieving business goals through effective teams
In a learning culture, management and HR must work together to define the values, processes and practices that trickle down to employees, departments and the organisation to increase performance and competencies.
Rapidly adjusting to a new reality
The new ways of working is here to stay and organisations are forced to step-up their current learning approaches to enable remote and online delivery. At #LearningDevelopmentAsia, we help HR practitioners outline a straightforward, improved practice approach to help deliver effective online learning.
Sponsors & partners
Learn more about how we can help you achieve your mission-critical priorities and position your business as the brand of choice for L&D solutions. We have the right platform for you at Learning and Development Asia curated by Human Resources Online
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Past sponsors & partners of Learning & Development Asia
Don’t just take our word for it, see what our past attendees have to say!
“Impressive presentations – I like that there are opportunities for delegates to network with the speakers.”
Dassault Systemes Innovation Tech Malaysia
Senior Manager, People and Organisation Partner
“Informative and thought provoking sessions – you hear from the L&D experts across different industries.”
Leadership and Organisational Development Executive
“Expect the sharing of real business case studies from senior representatives from various industries.”
Human Resources Manager
“There was a good sharing of current practices and future changes. It was great to hear from different people from different industries.”
Head of Human Resources
“I enjoyed the sharing of thoughts and practices from CEOs and heads of HR and L&D.”
Mitsubishi Corporation Kuala Lumpur
Head of Human Resources
“I liked the speakers and the opportunity to exchange ideas with other HR practitioners. It was an inspirational event and I will be bringing some new ideas back home.”
Head of Human Resources
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