L&D professionals face a perfect storm as demographic shifts and new technologies radically transform how, where and why we work. Disruption is now the new normal.
Is your organisation developing the workforce capabilities needed to cope with disruption caused by mobile technologies, AI/robotics, virtual and augmented reality, new neuroscience discoveries, increasing diversity and much more? What must L&D do today to prepare for the near-future workplace?
Gain answers to these questions and crucial insights in a value-packed morning of interaction and collaboration with your peers, led by Regional MD of Cegos Asia Pacific Jeremy Blain. You’ll also receive a practical toolkit of strategies, ideas and next steps to prepare for tomorrow’s workforce learning challenges, today.
Beyond the myths
The presentation and workshop will contextualise recent Cegos research conducted with OVER 1500 senior business, HR and learning leaders across Asia Pacific, North America and Europe. Separating myths from facts to give you a clear understanding of WHAT IT WILL TAKE TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL WORKPLACE FOR THE 2020s:
• Critical impacts of new and emerging technology
• The broadening cross-generational challenges
• Diversity and bias, both conscious and unconscious
• The future of work as we know it
• Leader and Manager readiness.
The workshop element will help curate best practices, action suggestions and new thinking from across all participants as a highly practical exercise to provide next steps for everyone attending.
Breakfast and ample time for networking, group discussion and Q&A will be provided.
RSVP Monday 29 May
Book today. Seating is strictly limited.
Who should attend
• Heads of L&D
• Heads of operations
• Business unit managers
• HR business partners
• L&D consultants and practitioners
About Jeremy Blain
Regional Managing Director, Cegos Asia Pacific
Partner, Cegos Group
Jeremy Blain is well-placed to share valuable insights and new perspectives needed to guide leaders and L&D professionals through this fast-changing human capital landscape. With 16 years in the L&D industry as managing director, partner, trainer, coach and program author, he is an in-demand international speaker and commentator on global L&D topics with specialties including the integration of emerging learning technologies, and designing and implementing training strategies that span generations, cultures and international boundaries. Previously, Jeremy held senior roles in marketing, sales, operations and account management at organisations including PepsiCo and Procter & Gamble. His qualifications include a Masters of Management, International Business, from the Australian Institute of Business and a BA (hons) from the UK’s Sheffield University.
France-based Cegos Group is an international leader in training and development with operations in more than 60 countries, annual revenues of AU$294 million and over 80 years of experience. In Asia Pacific, Cegos is headquartered in Singapore and has a large footprint in our region, including a fully owned 15-year old business in China. Jeremy’s award-winning team offers a unique, inclusive approach that provides a multilingual, cross-cultural, one-stop shop. Working with partners such as TP3, Cegos Asia Pacific is renowned for creating innovative solutions that suit the diversity of APAC-specific locales while staying aligned with global organisational frameworks.