T3S4 - The learning profession
Have you just been promoted to a management role in L&D? Or are you about to be promoted? Or do you plan to be promoted? If so, this session is gold. Heck, even if you’re already managing a department, we reckon you’ll find some useful tips here – practical stuff here about building your networks, choosing where you act, and developing your reputation so that you’re doing a great job and delivering great value.
Your first 100 days as an L&D manager - lessons on success and survival!
It’s your first job as an L&D manager. Maybe you’ve been promoted in your team, maybe you’re in a new organisation. Whatever your situation, you have limited time to make an impact and prove your worth. That’s where this session comes in.
In three months you can deliver some important wins, establish credibility and lay a foundation for what follows. None of this will happen by chance, but it is certainly achievable if you stick to some principles and carry out the key activities that we outline here. Drawing on personal experience and research, we look at the importance of building the right relationships, how to really understand the business, and what to commit yourself to, when.
Expect an interactive session with an opportunity to discuss your own goals.
- The power of the right sort of conversation
- How and when to say “No”
- Why your worst enemy can sometimes be your best ally
- When you should move fast, and when you need to go slow
- The vital importance of communications