Challenge and change – how will L&D emerge from the shadow of the pandemic?

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What has changed in L&D in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic?

Everything and nothing.

Technology, expectations, and much more have altered over the past two years, but the focus of L&D in most organizations is still mostly on the creation and delivery of content. Under pressure and under-resourced, L&D seems far from its goal of helping people develop as part of a people strategy agreed at the highest levels.

In this session, Donald will explain the key themes in L&D that emerged from his L&D Global Sentiment Survey 2022, answered this year by over 3,500 people in 112 countries worldwide. He’ll look at major trends, some of the geographical differences across the world, and suggest a way forward for L&D.

In this session, we'll be sharing:

L&D’s shifting priorities in 2022

The challenges we’re facing across the world

Are we moving from technology to humanizing L&D?

The Why and the How of L&D this year

L&D’s difficult journey to strategic influence

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Donald H Taylor
Chair, Learning and Performance Institute
Donald H Taylor is a veteran of the learning, skills and human capital industries. He has experience at every level from design and delivery to chairman of the board and has been chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute since 2010.
Mark Lynch
Chief Product Officer
Mark has been with Learning Pool since 2010. In that time, he has helped shape the technical and product direction of the company. He led the development of Adapt, a project that has revolutionised the mobile learning experience, not just for our customers but across the industry.