Unleash Your Learning Culture Discover how the pharmaceutical company GSK (GlaxoSmithKline) has built and fostered a culture of continuous learning to support business strategies and learn how you can apply them internally your organization
A culture of continuous learning and development is critical for a company’s success.
Shifting the mindset of the HR leader, and in turn, of an organization, will empower employees and cultivate a future-focused workforce that will enable better performance in the midst of disruption as well. an opportunity to fuel sustained growth.
In this webcast, you will learn:
- What is GSK’s strategic approach to learning and development that leads to a culture of continuous learning and growth?
- How has that culture contributed to stability and agility over the past year? What business outcomes were achieved as a result?
- Continuing with the planned division of GSK what role will learning and development play in promoting 2 new independent entities including promoting a culture of continuous learning?
Join Lionel Obuchowski, Product Development Director for Success and HR Analytics at GSK, in a conversation with Jan Meyer, SVP, Global Head SAP Training and Adoption Portfolio Management at SAP and industry expert David Wilson , CEO Fosway Group, on the importance of a culture of learning and growth, how GSK has developed their learning culture and the difference it has made in navigating the past year as well as its role in the future.
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Our ongoing learning culture experts:
Lionel has 20 years of experience in HR Technologies and specializes in Talent Management. For these 20 years, his primary focus has been on great employee experience and employee satisfaction. He has worked in various industries and is now working for over 7 years in the life sciences industry at GSK. In his last position, Lionel helped the Global HR Learning & Development team at GSK create a learning culture and embed learning as a core behavior in every GSK employee.
Jan Meyer is the Global Head of Learning Systems at SAP. He encouraged the development and implementation of the SAP learning strategy to ensure that professionals, who implement SAP solutions, can easily develop and maintain their skills in the latest SAP innovations and users. working with SAP applications is enabled to reach high levels of adoption and performance to realize maximum value out of SAP technology and applications. Working in the field of tech education for over 20 years, he learned the business from scratch as an instructor and course builder. Throughout her career, Jan has delivered winning innovation in the field of technology education. He was recently appointed Global Head of Learning Systems in the SAP mission and tasked with redefining the learning experience @ SAP.
Moderated by: David Wilson, CEO and Founder, Fosway Group
A leading commentator in the HCM technology, talent, and education industry, David is a strategic advisor to many major corporate and supplier organizations in the UK and Europe. David personally led Fosway’s HCM and Talent Research and corporate advisory agenda. He is the author of more than 200 research papers and articles on HCM, technology talent and learning, and innovation. With his extensive market knowledge and detailed insight into projects and corporate experience, David continues to influence the thinking of many of the leading companies and vendors operating in the market today.
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