Date & Time: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 11:00 am ET
Josh Bersin: Global Industry Analyst and Dean of the Josh Bersin Academy
Christine Vaccola, Head, Global Leadership Development, Sanofi
Karie Willyerd, CLO, Visa
Nuno GonÁ§alves, Global Head of Strategic Capabilities Building, Mars
Terry VanQuickenborne, Global Head of Learning and Org Development, Autodesk
Remarkably, classroom-based/face-to-face training still accounted for 40% of corporate training globally just prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. This was despite the continual innovations in digital learning we’ve seen in past years.
The pandemic’s impact on how organizations develop global talent has been unprecedented. Organizations are under more pressure than ever to effectively upskill their global populations using purely digital approaches. Training in all areas – from leadership to language learning – are now virtual. This is not just a technology shift; it is a mindset and a cultural shift and has broad implications for how organizations approach learning, capabilities and skills going forward.
Join Josh Bersin and a panel of corporate learning and talent leaders to discuss how their organizations are transitioning to digital learning approaches, rethinking technology plans, and reprioritizing budget spends, all while supporting diversity and inclusion goals.