For L&D professionals the real work begins when the classroom program ends. Lack of sincere post-training follow - though it is usually quoted as a broken element in the current learning and development process by professionals.
In an exclusive interaction with People Matters, Sriram Rajan, Head, Novartis Learning Institute – India shares some insights on how effective workforce planning ably supported by technology will be crucial for healthcare companies to survive and thrive in this new normal and how the wisdom in knowing how to code learning as an everyday element, especially in adverse times
In conversation with People Matters, Visa’s Chief Learning Officer Karie Willyerd discusses Visa’s key learning priorities to bounce back from the ongoing crisis, advises how HR and business leaders can together build a high-impact learning culture and more.
As per the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the road to recovery for the labour market is likely to be slow and uneven, with resident unemployment rates taking a longer time to reach pre-crisis levels.
Oracle’s Senior Vice President, Emily discusses the findings of a new research on AI at work – a study that maps the role of technology in navigating mental health issues, even as companies around the world struggle to effectively help employees.
Every L&D professional will have to act fast in these tough times, shares Priyanka Gidwani, CHRO, Mahindra Holidays and Resorts India in an exclusive interaction with People Matters on the role of talent professionals to build resilience for enduring learning.