Leveraging L&D to overcome the skills shortages

10th October

Jumeirah Hotel | Frankfurt

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Thank you to everyone who registered for the 2019 Raytheon Symposium. It was our most collaborative and interactive event to date, and we hope those that attended walked away with some great insights, new thinking and were able to expand their network of contacts.

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Leveraging L&D to Overcome the Skills Shortages


Jannike Stöhr,
Author and Coach,
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Learning Café – Capability Conundrum: Developing Skills for Future Careers

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Jane Daly,
Chief Insights Officer,
Towards Maturity

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Learning Café – Apprenticeships: an age-old solution to 21st-century challenges

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Heike Kober,
Cluster Human Resources Director,
Hilton Mainz & Hilton Mainz City

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Learning Café – How to deliver a Learner-centric approach

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Ute Basler,
Head of Learning Content Design and Development,
Raytheon Professional Services

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Learning Café – Reinventing Learning: Creating a learning culture

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Vera Gramkow,
Global Head of Talent & Performance,

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Blog & Insights

How to create a learning culture

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Agility is the key to success in today’s challenging business environment. We’ve all heard of companies that failed to respond to changing market conditions and lost out to more agile competitors.

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Apprenticeships: an age-old solution to 21st century challenges

9 August 2019

With record low unemployment rates across Europe, businesses are struggling to recruit workers, as there are not enough people with right skills available – impacting business performance and productivity. Unemployment keeps falling across the European Union and now stands at 6.3%, compared to 7.1 last year.

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Engaging Learners by Putting Them Centre Stage

14 July 2019

Learners are still switching off because while everything else in their lives has changed, most learning – whether at school, college or in the workplace – is stuck in the past. So, it’s not surprising that workplace training often fails to develop the skills and know-how employees need to do their jobs more effectively.

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