The way we work, live and learn is changing just as quickly as the world around us and this is having a massive impact on learning and development strategies. The challenge for today’s organisations is how best to develop the capabilities within the workforce for maximum impact and to drive innovation to stay ahead of the competition.
Through a highly collaborative format, Raytheon Professional Services, in partnership with CorporateLeaders, is hosting a complimentary and exclusive peer-to-peer learning meeting bringing together 50 senior HR, Learning & Development, Talent Management, and Training leaders to share knowledge and best practices, debate key training and development solutions and challenges, and network with peers and experts.
When done right, micro-learning provides quicker access to learning, significantly increases retention and engagement, and improves overall workplace performance. What are some of the best practices in applying micro-learning to drive improved performance?
Adaptive learning is data-driven, responsive and personalised in approach which results in more relevant content, engaged learners and better business outcomes. How can organisations deliver this approach to learning and how can they overcome the main challenges?
There is an abundance of good learning content available, but the problem is how to get control of the content, organise it for better access, match it to the organisation's digital learning objectives, and optimise it for maximum learning impact.
Collaborative learning is on the rise and one that is integral in building agility into organisations. With social learning enabling smarter decision making and enhancing business outcomes, what are the best ways to lead collaborative and social learning with available technologies?
Sibylle Würthner is the former
Head of Performance & Engagement
and Regional Development at Siemens.
She is an international HR leader
with strong expertise in leadership
development, talent development,
talent acquisition and
former Head of Performance
& Engagement, Siemens
Rebecca Winter, is a 17 year veteran
of Microsoft and continues to love every
minute! Her Microsoft career spans 3 broad
buckets of experience: Services Leadership,
Global Transformation Leadership and
Large Project Deployment, and HR.
HR Director, Talent & Organisational Capability, Microsoft
Laura Overton is Founder and CEO
of Towards Maturity ' an independent,
not for profit organisation that helps
people professionals deliver improved performance through learning
Founder and CEO,
With over 18 years of industry
experience in training, facilitation, process
analysis and courseware design and
development for all training mediums,
Talat is focused on developing best in
class and innovative training solutions
for RPS’ global customers.
Training Development Manager,
Raytheon Professional Services
Jeff has been working in the Learning
and Development arena for the past 20 years.
During this time, he has worked with
Lloyds Bank, Bank of Ireland, AOL,
O2 and has been running the Learning and
Development function firstly for
EMEA and now for their International
function over the past 8 years.
International Learning & Development Director,
Christian Floeter is Head of Learning
Solutions Group at Raytheon Professional
Services (RPS) EMEA. He has extensive
experience with learning in large,
diverse and international organisations
with special focus on
Head of Learning Solutions Group EMEA, Raytheon Professional Services
‟Really good quality of speakers. Great opportunity to collaborate and discuss.”
‟Raytheon Symposium is the ultimate event to keep abreast of the latest developments in corporate training. In half a day you know where you stand and what to put on your agenda.”
‟These events are great every time I attend. I always leave with many new ideas.”
“Once again, you’ve brought the right people and topics together. Good choice of attendees and great conversations.”
“The event was very inspiring and well conducted. A good investment of time.”
“It was a really inspiring and valuable event.”
7 August 2018
We are all clearly distracted by the sheer volume of content that we can access on mobile devices at any time of day or night. As more and more distracting content becomes available, attention spans can only become shorter.Read more
16 July 2018
Digital tools have transformed workplace learning. Gone are the days when everyone in a team followed the same learning programme, regardless of what they already knew or what skills they needed for their specific role.Read more
3 May 2018
We all remember sitting at that familiar desk at school or university; probably set in neat and organised rows. Learning was not chaotic. Our job was to listen, take notes, ponder the content, and ask questions.Read more