What does it take to be a good leader? Do you need to be agile? Should you walk the talk? The answer to all of them is yes. Being agile and able to adapt quickly is the key to growth and success.
Learn how organizations ensure that there is a learning culture across all levels and motivate people. The speakers come together to share their learnings and experiences on how being inclusive and providing opportunities for employees, can lead to transformative learning.
Why should you attend?
In the new workplace norms, one needs to adapt to the fast pace and get ahead of the game. Learning needs to be a part of your DNA.
You will learn how organizations are stressing the need for employees to develop an agile learner's mindset and gain competitiveness. To prove that you are ever ready to learn and develop as per the demand, is important to be a notch above the rest,
What you’ll learn?
Know your Trainers:
Charusmitha Rao is the Learning, OD and Development Leader for Akamai Technologies. She has16+ years of experience as a Learning, Talent Development, OD and D&I practitioner leading organizational initiatives, working across cultures, facilitating change and creating global impact.
Gopi Bahl is the Associate Director, Head of Technology for Commodities and Global Markets & Macquarie Capital, Macquarie, India. 🏳️🌈 Diversity and Inclusion Advocate
Bot the speakers are strong advocates that learning never ends, and one must be quick to recognise and adapt to the new learning culture
" It is evident that both the speakers are very passionate and believe in the Agile learning culture. They are pioneers in their organizations and the culture is reflected across all divisions." - Nitya Subramanium - HR leader
" One can no longer be complacent about their skills. It is all about continuous adaptable learning. A professional needs to develop this mindset and prepare himself to the ever changing environment" - Ajay Shah - L & D Head
Who can attend?
Professionals who want to understand how big organisations are dealing with the agile culture, and how they can be a part of this fast growing change.
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