L&D is becoming far more strategic than ever before and important business and regulatory drivers are now leading many organisations to take employee training more seriously. At the same time, the rapid pace of business change demands constant monitoring and review of the L&D strategy. All of this is making the effective leadership of an L&D function highly important, yet also challenging.
Leaders are expected to help define, absorb and communicate strategic changes to their teams and to sustain team motivation and capability against a background which frequently involves organisational restructuring. They are also expected to adopt new learning technologies, operating models, procedures and processes, often without a great deal of support. They are expected to operate best-practice L&D processes and report results in a form that is meaningful to senior leadership team.
What's included in the course?
- Pre-course work
- Evening work
What the delegates will learn
- Understanding the role of an L&D Leader
- Developing an L&D Charter
- Improving quality standards
- Developing an L&D strategy
- Managing risk in a changing environment
- Managing performance
- Delivering efficient solutions
- Evaluating effectiveness
- Designing a Business Driven L&D Strategy
- Digital Transformation
- Managing Learning Transfer