The workforce is currently experiencing a great deal of instability, which is affecting the workforce, businesses, and practically every department, but maybe even more so for learning and development (L&D). Growing and evolving technology and consumer trends are increasingly affecting the business world, posing a danger to established businesses while allowing smaller, more agile ones to thrive. Things have changed and will continue to change, whether it’s hybrid working, the Great Resignation, or the Skills Gap.
Join our #infoHR Webinar to learn from our presenters from Franklin Templeton and LinkedIn! They will be sharing different ideas and best practices to devise a Learning & Development culture for workplace success in 2022!
The rise of digital learning and cultivating L&D culture within organizations/SMEs today
Ivan Lim and Edward Chen
In this session, LinkedIn will be sharing more on the latest market trends when it comes to Learning and Talent Development. Also, there will be insights on how SMEs/organizations are leveraging on LinkedIn to upskill their talents and cultivate a long-term learning culture.
Harnessing the power of microlearning videos to help your employees learn and develop the required skills
Hydar will give a short sharing on how L&D teams can implement microlearning videos to support systems training to improve productivity and increase engagement.
Edward leads the Singapore sales team for Linkedin Talent & learning Solution.
His team helps companies leverage Linkedin’s insight and technology to attract , upskill talent to power business growth.
Prior to Linkedin, Edward worked with technology firms in cloud computing and cybersecurity spaces.
Ivan is the Account Manager in LinkedIn and he’s been in LinkedIn for almost 5 years. Ivan’s role is to partner with organizations to leverage LinkedIn as an important part of their business objectives and strategies when it comes to talent acquisition, employer branding, learning & development and employee engagement.
Hydar Diab is a leading learning and development professional in the Asia-Pacific region with over 15 years of experience in the industry.
As a Senior Learning Consultant at Franklin Templeton, he has designed and delivered a wide spectrum of blended learning from induction, curricula, products, systems, procedural, digital, risk and regulatory modules across the offices in the Global Shareholder Services.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Accountancy, Graduate Diploma in Training and Development, Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA), Discipled Agile Scum Master and Practitioner Certificate in Personal Data Protection.
He is passionate about agile project development, compliance related training and learning analytics.