As technological advances and demographic shifts continue to disrupt the learning and development landscape, organisations are increasingly trying to compress training into shorter, sharper interventions to engage younger employees who have grown up in a digitally-saturated culture.
HR and L&D practitioners now have the opportunity to gain insight into implementing an effective program in today’s workplace from an organisation that has the accolades to prove it.
Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing, winner of the Best Learning & Development Program category at last year’s Australian HR Awards supports its people with a range of L&D initiatives built around the company’s values and philosophy. Manager of Leadership and Capability Catherine Frogley will discuss some of the aspects at the upcoming National HR Summit
Frogley’s presentation will touch on methods such as e-learning, social learning , micro learning and experiential training. The focus of the session will be how to keep learners engaged without sacrificing quality and depth of learning and the shift from a corporate-centric learning universe towards a learner-centric one.
Hear Catherine Frogley’s presentation on “Learning and development programs that engage millennials” at the National HR Summit on 29-30 March 2017. Find out more and register at www.hrsummit.com.au.
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