Thursday, 28 February 2013 14:12
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Tuesday, 09 October 2012 07:35
Reflecting of the event that was held on the 8th Oct 2012 in London and kindly hosted by BILD Member – Transport For London.
The theme was “L&D Looking to the Future” and it didn’t disappoint.
Profiles of the Speakers can be found HERE
All slides from the day can be found in the members only area. to access this you must first become an member.
This was one of the best CPD events of the year, Paul Matthews kicked the day off with a run back though time, talking about how L&D professionals used to be called trainers now they are capability managers, and spoke about how in the future L&D Managers and HR Managers would report into Capability Directors.
Next Up Blessing Enakimo talked about her experiences working within the ever changing needs of the NHS and demonstrated how different public sector working really is.
Mike Collins then spoke about communities and how that can underline the informal learning networks that are currently emerging.
And lastly Frances Ferguson spoke about the data that she’d collected in a survey and how this demonstrated the thinking of stakeholders connected with L&D and highlighted some interesting data which needs to shape the thinking of Future of L&D.
My “Take away” for the day was in Schools sharing is called cheating, in the workplace sharing is called collaboration – we need to rethink how we view sharing at an early age.
Our thanks go out to all of the speakers at the event, to our hosts Transport for London and to Cath Convery for Chairing the day.
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