5 Keys to Continuous Development: networking, collaborating, sharing, learning, and contributing That Can Lead to Career Success.
Current organizational research and workplace trends indicate that gone are the days of multi-day training courses that take people away from their desks and overwhelm participants with so much information it becomes almost impossible to distill the few key takeaways that can readily and continuously be applied once back at work. It’s not only a financial drain on organizations, but learners indicate they want to increase their knowledge and upskill with experiences that are relevant, timely, practical, intellectually challenging and immediately applicable all at the same time.
So often as Talent Development professionals we forget that we too are part of the ever morphing and transforming workforce and should more closely look at ways that we can continuously develop our own knowledge and skill base while adding value to the organizations we serve day in and day out. By embracing, adopting and practicing these 5 simple activities it can ensure your key to continuous development and if done well can inform your thinking about how to influence a more agile learning mindset for your organization.
Our Presenter: Farrell Redwine
Farrell Redwine is a seasoned Human Resources leader maximizing over 20 years of global experience in a variety of Business Partner and Consulting roles across multiple industries. She is an adept strategist, trusted advisor, facilitator and leadership coach with a broad range of experience and proven track record managing and executing global transformational change efforts. Most recently she was the Chief Diversity Officer at Barclays Capital, where responsible for the strategic direction and global execution of a comprehensive diversity and inclusion strategy and key talent management initiatives that supported the investment and corporate bank’s corporate goals and objectives.
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