Yes. L&D should be evolving from a cost centre to a strategic business partner. And yes, L&D should also be addressing the skills gap crisis more effectively.
However, there is very little guidance on how to do something that is complex and dependent on business idiosyncrasies. The challenges have been pointed out; the solutions are more elusive.
At Go1, we advise hundreds of HR and L&D teams on how to cost-effectively take high-quality digital learning content and apply it to business challenges. Building frameworks and challenging our customers to deliver more value.
Catch-up on the discussion with LPI alumni, Ollie Browning and former Head of L&D, Craig Hamill.
With 40 years of L&D experience between them, Ollie and Craig discuss how to move your digital learning approach from non-existent or compliance heavy - to building a framework for rapid competency development.
In the webinar, they also provided the following:
Ollie Browning, Head of Sales Go1
Ollie has over 20 years of experience in the L&D industry working with clients developing organisational performance through learning transformation. Ollie and his team in the UK support our clients on their journey to improving the performance of learning in this digital world.
Craig Hamill, Senior Customer Success Manager Go1
A former Head of L&D, Craig has 20 years of experience in supporting regional and global learning projects. Craig now supports enterprise L&D Teams to deliver digital learning strategies to global workforces.