Agenda

Day 1 | 2021

8.50am - Login to the online platform
9.00am - Opening address

Aditi Sharma Kalra
Regional Editor
Human Resources Online

PROGRESSING TOWARDS AGILITY IN LEARNING

9.15am - Panel discussion: Crisis management - Adapting to workplace learning with successful continuous learning strategies
  • Building a culture of continuous learning in the workplace to educate and create awareness of future threats.
  • Addressing the challenges of adapting to digital workplace learning in the time of crisis for a multi- generational workforce.
  • How do you ensure managers are well equipped with remote-working skills, remote- management skills, and leadership skills in time of crisis?
10.00am - The accountable employee: Instilling a purposeful learning mindset to build workforce agility
  • HR’s role in assisting employees to find opportunities to learn every day.
  • Discovering your purpose through learning to become the best version of yourself.
  • Leveraging on shared learning experiences to value humanity, creativity, and empathy
10.40am - Screen break

LEARNING CULTURE FOR THE BUSINES, BY THE BUSINESS 

10.50am - Humanising learning: Building a learning culture that is both fun and fulfilling s
  • Empowering employees to be eager to learn what is necessary for them and the business. 
  • Allowing a new generation to take charge of personal learning according to what they think they need. Does this work?
  • Leveraging on people management skills to enable continual learning improvement.
11.30am - C-Suite panel: Mentor-guided approach: Anchoring strong leadership to motivate a multi-generational workforce
  • C-suite talk and conveying the right message about learning organisation-wide.
  • With personalised learning moving away from training calendar, how can HR strategically balance the economies of scale for mentor training?
  • Measuring readiness of leaders to engage in motivation learning.
12.10pm - Lunch

TRACK 1: STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP REINFORCEMENT

1.10pm - Starting from the top: Inculcating a leadership-driven culture for effective Communities of Practice (CoP)
  • Getting the commitment from leaders to set up CoP that addresses genuine business problems. 
  • L&D as curators and not developers, to become more valuable business partners.
  • How do you make sure you have partners who are equally passionate as HR is about learning?
2.00pm - Workforce up skilling: Integrating talent development frameworks into succession planning strategy
  • Identifying talent gaps between learning and talent management objectives.
  • Collaborating with the business to ensure alignment of talent development outputs to overall business objectives.
  • Focusing on people development to help employees see their future with the organisation.
2.40pm - Screen break
2.50pm - Re-positioning coaching strategies: Reverse mentoring as a business need and not a “good-to-have”
  • Portraying coaching as both an organisational and personal benefit. 
  • Integrating reverse mentoring into holistic business outlook.
  • How do you ensure mentoring is relevant across all demographics?
3.20pm - L&D – The conveniently unaddressed reality?

The session/keynote is intended to spark interest and discourse around the following questions:  

  • What is the psyche of an adult towards learning?
  • What could propel adult learning?
  • How can learning create business value?
3.50pm - Closing remarks and end of day one

Aditi Sharma Kalra
Regional Editor
Human Resources Online

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