GoodHome Academy Director – Kingfisher PLC to headline L&D event…
Learning at Large Summit – London – Tuesday December 3…
Futureproofing. Business-critical skills gaps. Workforce planning. Buzzwords aside, these are real problems for changeable industries such as retail; just look at how much you’ve had to adapt to survive already. Businesses need to evolve alongside the complex needs of the consumer and the pace of change is something many struggle with.
The need for agility, responsiveness and quality customer experiences means retail teams must develop new skills to bolster sales and secure a business’ future. Of course, L&D plays an integral role in that – so how can you keep pace with change?
This one day summit, taking place in London on December 3rd, will uncover strategies for delivering people-centered learning, all while juggling the needs of your customers and your modern, global workforces.
You’ll leave armed with new ideas and strategies – based on real case studies and expert insight – to take back to your team. Just a few of the speakers you can expect include:
Scott Sharp –
GoodHome Academy Director – Kingfisher PLC
Scott will be sharing his challenges and successes while driving learning and innovation for 75,000 colleagues across brands including B&Q and Screwfix. With nearly 30 years’ experience as a leader in retail, Scott’s focus has always been about developing people.
Now as the GoodHome Academy Director for Kingfisher PLC, he is heading up the implementation of a new approach to learning across its 1300 stores.
Stella Collins –
Author of ‘Neuroscience for Learning and Development: How to Apply Neuroscience and Psychology for Improved Learning and Training’
Stella Collins, author of ‘Neuroscience for Learning and Development: How to Apply Neuroscience and Psychology for Improved Learning and Training’ will be talking us through her experiences of neuroscience to the work of learning and development, perfect if you’re looking to enhance your knowledge and expertise of the human condition.
Stella illustrates scientific and psychological insights, deepening your understanding of learning and development. Her book has been described as ‘much needed for every learning professional who aspires to distil innovative training and learning within an organisation.’
Be inspired to return to work armed with strategies to deliver learning that works – delivering impact for your business, your learning teams and your employees.
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