CPD: The learning organisation
- To be confirmed
- 16:00–18:00 CET
The performance of an organisation largely depends on the performance of its human resources. In today’s modern corporate world, gaining a competitive advantage is of vital importance; and this largely depends on the knowledge, skills and competencies of the workforce. Therefore, leaders need to continuously invest in organisational and employee learning. This session will provide attendees an overview of what forms a learning organisation, as well as introduce them to key strategies that can be implemented to achieve this status” , and what key barriers might hinder learning on the workplace.
- Defining the learning organisation
- Pillars of a learning organisation
- Leadership and learning within organisations
- Key barriers to learning in organisations
- Strategies to achieve a learning organisation
- Benefits of learning organisations
At the end of this seminar participants should be able to:
- Define what a learning organisation is;
- List a minimum of four pillars that form a learning organisation;
- Explain three of the important roles that leaders play in achieving a learning organisation;
- List five barriers that might hinder learning in the workplace; and
- List and explain six key benefits of having a learning organisation “status”.
- CEOs / CPOs
- Human resource management professionals
- Learning and development managers
- People in managerial roles responsible for learning on a workplace
- Individuals studying human resources or related areas.
Trainer bio and experience
Adrian Mamo leads the Human Capital service line at Deloitte Consulting. He brings with him over 18 years of experience in management, human resources, learning and development, and industrial relations. He has served in various roles, both within the public and private sectors. He has occupied the position of CEO at one of the leading vocational education institutes in Malta and has also worked as a lecturer at one of the leading university centres in Luzern, Switzerland. Before joining Deloitte Malta, Adrian held the positions of Learning & Development Manager and eventually the role of Cluster Director of HR with an international hotel chain represented locally by two hotels.
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