504 Creating Modern Learning Programs for Leadership Development
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Thursday, October 24
Management and Strategy
Organizations are struggling to provide leadership development programs that fully engage their employees and provide them with valuable leadership development opportunities. Indeed, according to a recent Fortune survey, just 7 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs believe that their companies are building effective global leaders, and only 10 percent believe that their leadership development initiatives have a clear business impact. How can organizations combat this problem of ineffective training, and develop modern learning programs that offer more productive leadership training in today's digital world?
In this session, you’ll learn the key strategies that are critical to creating a modern leadership development program that meets your employees' specific learning needs. Discover how you can leverage new learning technologies, tools, and innovative training designs to transform your learning program. You’ll also explore the successes and failures of other leadership programs, in order to identify best practices for developing effective leaders in your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- What new technologies are currently being used by other L&D leaders
- Which cutting-edge tools from leading tech companies may be able to help
- About success stories from leadership development programs
- How NOT to run leadership programs
- Best practices for organizational leadership development
- How to convince leaders to take time for training
- How to curate a leadership library
Designers, developers, managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.)
LXPs (Degreed, EdCast, LTG), content design tools (Inkling, Gomo Video), off-the-shelf content (GO1, Filtered)
Global Learning Strategist
Caroline Brant is an award-winning author and speaker about learning efficacy, and is currently a learning strategist at GO1. With over 15 years of experience in the learning and development sector, she has a deep understanding of cutting-edge technology, product development, strategic partnerships, training design and implementation, and the future of work. Caroline has led the development of training programs for many Fortune 100 companies, including Google (Alphabet), New York Life, General Motors, and Goldman Sachs. Using strategic insights and creative vision to tackle learning issues, she partners with clients to identify opportunities for L&D to support business strategy.