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Is L&D dead in the water? - Shared screen with speaker view
Philip
57:17
Good morning everyone
Adrian
58:31
Philip your video is on
Ross McPherson
58:52
Good morning all :)
Jacqui Thornton
59:18
Good morning everyone
Kristy Reynolds
59:25
Morning
Colin Steed
59:39
Morning all
Bonner Sweeney
01:00:19
Morning all
Viv Cole
01:00:43
Good morning from sunny Sussex :)
Mel
01:02:01
Hi Viv - I'm also in 'sunny' sussex :)
Jacqui Thornton
01:06:11
SMCR and T&C are priorities for me just now ie getting it all in place and then embedding
Mel
01:06:59
Data is definitely an important priority, we'll talk about that later today
Mel
01:07:55
So Jacqui, I'm hearing regulatory/process driven priorities
lesley moore
01:09:06
I cant hear philip
Jacqui Thornton
01:10:17
Should we be able to see the poll results?
Philip
01:10:22
Thanks and noted.
Helen Alcock
01:13:49
i keep losing sound - is the same for others
Jacqui Thornton
01:15:15
I'm in a firm that is currently expanding L&D both in terms of staff and budget :-)
Hannah Margetts
01:15:19
A focus for us, in addition to SMCR and digitalisation is also succession planning and develoment
Mel
01:16:07
Agree, different industries are responding differently to the current circumstances
Viv Cole
01:18:42
LBP => capability business partner in GSK
Philip
01:18:59
Nice one Viv
Andy Heckman
01:21:08
intrigued to see what are peoples job titles here!?
Jacqui Thornton
01:22:02
Head of L&D
Kristy Reynolds
01:22:22
L&D Manager
Ross McPherson
01:22:40
L&D consultant - Knowledge and Capability
Ross Elsdon
01:23:11
L&D BP
Viv Cole
01:23:15
LBP by day, digital learning consultant by night :)
Kath Morrison
01:23:35
people Development partner
lesley moore
01:23:57
Digital Learning Content Developer
Kristy Reynolds
01:27:22
This is my first role in L&D and I think showing the impact my team is having is the most difficult part of my role.
Adrian
01:28:45
Yup Kirsty you aren’t alone. It would be disrespectful to suggest there is an easy answer. But there is an answer and happy to make some suggestions email me Adrian@elephantsdontforget.com
Catherine Hopkinson
01:29:33
Consultant/L & D provider - compassionate leadership
Kristy Reynolds
01:30:08
Thanks Adrian
Ross Elsdon
01:30:12
board 'buy-in' is impacted by the culture that the business has towards L&D, this can vary and cannot be done centrally or requires a longterm change
Andy Heckman
01:31:28
Changing the culture is such a hard thing to do, especially when there is a sales team and time is money!!
Mel
01:33:11
I think these are all really good points, it is hard to get buy in, and hard to demonstrate results, and what's true is it gets easier once you've managed to demonstrate something
Mel
01:33:45
ie… if you can demonstrate something small has moved, that builds the trust and leaders then start to believe that we can help to shift results
Adrian
01:33:48
No Lisa - leadership define culture L&D CANNOT change culture.
Mel
01:33:57
But also agree, culture is in the hands of everyone, not just L&D
lesley moore
01:35:20
Action Mapping!
Tracey Hugkulstone
01:35:39
We had an L&D Manager heading up our Retail Academy and then program managers who for example specialized in People Skills, and so on.
Philip
01:35:48
Agreed Lesley
lesley moore
01:36:44
By setting a goal for each project that includes what do people need to DO and what is going to be the measure of success for this.
Adrian
01:38:53
“Data” was mentioned earlier and must be the starting point and provided its accurate should be used as the baseline/foundation to build from
Viv Cole
01:41:51
5
Tracey Hugkulstone
01:42:09
5
Catherine Hopkinson
01:42:26
5 and 6
Bonner Sweeney
01:42:33
1, 2 and 4 appear prevalent
Kath Morrison
01:42:34
5 & 6
Jacqui Thornton
01:42:48
1, 5 and 6
Andy Heckman
01:43:14
1, 5 & 6
Kristy Reynolds
01:43:51
I think 3 will be more and more prevalent in SMEs
Robert O'Neill
01:47:33
1 & 3
Kath Morrison
01:47:39
3 & 1
Jacqui Thornton
01:47:58
All of them
Bonner Sweeney
01:48:16
1 and 3
lesley moore
01:48:44
Hi Bonner!
Bonner Sweeney
01:50:59
Hi Lesley! :-)
Robert O'Neill
01:52:20
polls do not seem to work for me. 5 is the ongoing challenge but the most important to 'get a seat at the table'
Jacqui Thornton
01:53:05
I have voted but the key for me is remaining agile
Adrian
01:53:14
YES Robert! That’s a prerequisite.
Andy Heckman
01:53:16
all of them!! Lack of learner time is a big one though! as mentioned before with customer facing staff, their time is money!
ian Tilbrook
01:58:15
Harvey. Love your view on finding a stakeholder/sponsor.Best approach.
Adrian
01:58:42
Cheers IT
Catherine Hopkinson
01:59:15
Thank you - excellent - lots to think about
Ross McPherson
01:59:19
Thanks
Ross Elsdon
01:59:24
Thanks
Jacqui Thornton
01:59:25
Thank you
Tracey Hugkulstone
01:59:30
Thanks all,
Louise Whelan
01:59:35
thank you great sessiob
Colin Steed
01:59:37
great session, thanks
Bonner Sweeney
01:59:38
thanks all!
Hannah Margetts
01:59:39
Thank you all
Kristy Reynolds
01:59:44
This was very helpful, thank you so much.
Andy Heckman
01:59:50
Thanks all
Kath Morrison
01:59:58
thanks