Director, New Technology Innovation, WW Services - Microsoft
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Results of a new study that explores the contrasting perceptions between executives’ aspirations for their L&D function
How when learning is humanized, people can achieve breakthrough performance
Creativity. Curiosity. Collaboration. Vision. When people are engaged at work, these are essential human qualities that fuel progress and lay the foundation for their success. As many studies have already shown1, infusing human elements into an environment does wonders for the productivity of people.
In the digitized, information-loaded workplace, who is responsible for ensuring that these simple, human principles are also a part of how people learn at work? Herein lies an unprecedented opportunity for the HR and learning function. Already, CEO’s are calling for dramatic improvements in organizational learning2, and yet are currently not seeing their aspirations achieved3. Indeed, executive leaders are not clear about the value that Learning Functions provide.
In this Webcast, Oxygen and HCI will share the results of a new study that explores the contrasting perceptions between executives’ aspirations for their L&D function, and how the function operates today. Join us as we discuss the opportunity of a whole new dimension of value for the HR and Learning function and the emerging evidence that—when learning is humanized—people can achieve breakthrough performance. The implications for the learning function are radically different –and surprisingly simple.
How can we use these realizations to power working in a new way? Tune in for a discussion with Oxygen CEO Juliana Stancampiano and Microsoft’s Director of New Technology Innovation, Ray Stephenson on February 15th, 3pm ET / 12pm PT.
With this research, conducted in partnership between HCI and Oxygen, we explore the current state of organizational learning and development and offer recommendations for a more modern approach that evolves L&D into a ...