‘Kickstart’ development through curated learning pathways

18th March 2021 | 2:00pm to 2:45pm

Recording now available.

Discover how London Borough of Camden Council integrated Mind Tools with their existing learning ecosystem. 

‘Kickstart’ development through curated learning pathways

Recording now available.

Are you looking to implement a learning strategy in the public sector, but finding it challenging?  Are you struggling to fill the gaps in learner engagement? Or unsure of the direction in which your L&OD strategy is heading?  

If so, join us for an exclusive live webinar with insights from the London Borough of Camden.  

Tom Spencer, Lead of Learning & Development, will share how the Mind Tools for Business toolkit has been implemented alongside their Kickstart programme as part of a learning pathway, and how it integrates with their existing learning ecosystem.  

He’ll also talk about how organizations have adapted their learning strategy during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead of a return to the ‘workplace’.    

He’ll be joined by Emerald Works’ Head of L&D Community and Customer Voice Nahdia Khan, who will share insights from our latest research into public sector learning trends.   

We’re looking forward to conversation about:   

  • The London Borough of Camden Council’s experience of implementing the Mind Tools toolkit and how it integrated with the existing L&OD strategy 

  • How online learning has been adapted during COVID-19, and how it might impact workplace learning post-pandemic 

  • The benefits of using evidence, data and insights to help inform the direction of an organization’s learning strategy. 

Speakers

Tom Spencer

Tom Spencer

Learning & Development Lead, London Borough of Camden

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Nahdia Khan

Nahdia Khan

Head of L&D Community of Practice, Emerald Works

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