Learning Agility: Thriving through disruptions with organizational resilience
The global pandemic of 2020 and ensuing social injustice events forced organizations and individuals to radically alter their operating procedures with far-reaching human and economic implications. Not only did it compel the world to adopt a new way of day-to-day living, working, and learning, but it also demonstrated that change is constant. The continuous evolution of the virus and its impact required a dynamic response: A response that demanded immediate actions focused on resilience, adaptability and productivity. And, at the core of that desired resiliency is skills.
This session will cover how learning leads the charge in developing a workforce that is primed for post-COVID recovery. Gain insights on implementing engaging and digitally scalable learning solutions, capitalizing on the full potential of your workforce and teams, and cultivating capabilities critical to transforming the future of work
What you will learn:
Understand the importance of skills in the post-COVID recovery model.
Discover benchmarks for an engaging, scalable learning culture.
Visualize methods to uncover employee potential.
Support a skills-based workforce transformation.
Sonia Malik is a visionary workforce strategist with 25+ years of enterprise learning and development leadership in the technology sector. Her strengths are diversity in thought, a natural aptitude for collaboration, creativity in developing unique talent development initiatives, and fostering strategic alliances. She has consistently exceeded revenue and performance goals and is adept at achieving maximum profitability. Professional focal points include Talent Development Solutions, Partner Relationship Management, Corporate Learning and Development, Channel Development, and Product Lifecycle Management. Delivering superior administration on the latter areas of expertise requires practical communication skills, negotiation skills, market strategy and analysis skills, business acumen, systems optimization, partner management, team leadership, and program development to support efficiency and maximum returns.
Organizational Development and Culture
Central Massachusetts Chapter has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. This program has been approved for a maximum of 1.5 points.