Spotting future leaders in remote and hybrid models

New event will show professionals how to build new development systems in their organization

Spotting future leaders in remote and hybrid models

Identifying, developing and promoting future leaders in the workplace has always been a core concern for HR. As we move into a post-pandemic Canada, upskilling has become more important to both employees and employers – with a report from Ceridian citing it as one of CEOs’ main priorities.

In that vein, HRD is launching their famous Learning and Development Summit Canada, an event aimed at bringing HR professionals the skills and training to weather the rocky employment landscape of 2023. 

From skills-based hiring to leveraging personalized development, this event is designed to give leaders a crash course in the future of L&D.

In her session, Nancy Drab, global director of training and development at biotech giant Roche, will hit on the multiple challenges faced by L&D teams in 2023. The uncertain economic conditions means that employers are looking internally for their next superstar – cultivating complex frameworks to help their best thrive through the chaos.

In this talk, Drab will debate:

  • Creating a pull vs push strategy in learning and growth
  • Scaling a program and swarming to support delivery 
  • Iterating and evolving the program through time as adoption increases and culture shifts 

Sponsored by The Venned Group, this virtual event will run on April 13th – offering attendees live speaker Q&A sessions, peer-to-peer networking, booths and even partner lounges. Take a look at our exiting agenda and book your ticket here.

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