Learning leaders are confronting a world upended by relentless disruption. It’s no wonder that the response has been what can only be called a radical transformation of the learning function — a rethinking of what is delivered, where it’s delivered and to whom, who drives the capability, and how results are reported.
To explore this new wave of learning, Executive Networks and NovoEd completed research with 515 enterprise learning leaders around the world. The results have revealed a variety of priorities emerging as business leaders grapple with how to reshape learning to fit today’s new realities.
In this LX Signature Series webinar on Nov. 30 – The Future of Corporate Academies – Jeanne Meister, Executive Vice President with Executive Networks and the Founder of the Future Workplace Academy, will share insights from this research and explore how leaders are working to ensure their transformation of the learning function aligns with the most critical business needs facing their organizations. She will discuss:
- Why many organizations are turning to capability academies to focus on the skills needed for rapidly changing business priorities
- Why L&D is becoming a top business priority for CEOs
- How many leaders are extending the learning audience beyond full-time employees
- How seamless systems are developing to reach hybrid and remote environments
Come prepared with questions for this conversational, interactive presentation!
Jeanne C. Meister, Executive Vice President of Executive Networks, is a founding partner of Future Workplace, an HR executive network and research firm. She is the recipient of the Distinguished Contribution in Workplace Learning Award, presented by the Association for Talent Development (ATD) for her body of work. Jeanne is the co-author of the bestselling book The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop, and Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today and co-author of the upcoming book The Future Workplace Experience: 10 Rules for Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees. Jeanne is also a contributor to Forbes. She lives in New York City and regularly speaks on how to prepare for the future of working and learning.