Virtual Event: The Future of Learning and Development - Canada
Processes and strategies to create a more engaging and inspiring workplace experience
(Start: 12:00pm ET / 9:00 PT)
As the Digital Revolution continues to disrupt the way we work, learning and development has become a central and critical part of public sector organizations.
Quickly evolving environments, a diverse, multi-generational workforce and the digitization of information and services have placed a tremendous emphasis on reskilling and upskilling.
Robust and individualized learning programs have become an essential component for attracting and retaining top talent and the importance of developing workforce capability, improving the leadership pipeline, and enhancing employee engagement make an effective learning and development function more critical than ever before.
To enhance the capabilities of its workforce and create a culture of continuous learning, the Learning and Development function must remain committed to a strategic and proactive role in creating cutting-edge learning opportunities for their employees.
Public Sector Network’s virtual event The Future of Learning and Development will take a look at how leaders are creating L&D strategies that align with their organization’s vision, ensuring they are well equipped for the future. Join us as we tackle common challenges and hear from experts and forward-thinking organizations as they share insights and best practices to learning and development.
Hear how to help realize organizational goals through a strategic and proactive role
Define L&D’s role in building a learning culture
Listen as experts share how to develop workforce capability and the skills required to deliver organizational strategy
Take a look at what is needed to ensure your organization is forward facing and remains agile in the face of adversity
Ministry of the Solicitor General
Martine St- Louis
Canada School of Public Service
BC Public Service, Ministry of Children and Family Development
Training and Skill Development
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institution
Employment and Social Development Canada
Marie- Christine (MC) Legault
LinkedIn Learning Canada