Michelle Ockers is a strategist, mentor, facilitator and speaker who believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to learn and perform at their best. Michelle works with learning leaders and business leaders who see the potential of learning to make a bigger impact in their organisation. She guides learning professionals and teams to build their capability. In 2018 Michelle led the refresh of the Learning and Performance Institute’s L&D Capability Map. The other key stream of her work is helping to deliver real impact from learning through strategic insight, research and benchmarking. Michelle co-hosts the Learning Uncut podcast - real case studies from Australian and New Zealand learning practitioners. She is also president of AITD’s QLD/NT divisional council.
Workplace Learning Day 2 @ 13:30
The L&D Profession: How to Thrive in the Modern Workplace
Supporting a wide range of professions across our organisations is what L&D does. But what about our own development and the future of our profession? What does it take for L&D to succeed and thrive in the modern workplace?
Exploring the current state of L&D in organisations and the skills we need to succeed, as well as examining shifts in mind set and approach, Michelle Ockers will lead us through a fascinating discussion of the current status and what’s next for the L&D profession.
Workplace Learning Day 2 @ 15:40
So, You Want to Start a Podcast?
In June 2018, we launched the Learning Uncut podcast to showcase the great L&D work going on in Australia and New Zealand. We wanted to find practitioners who were challenging the status quo, trying new things and achieving great results for their learners and organisations.
While we are all avid consumers of podcasts, none of us had been involved in creating one before and we have learned a lot in the last 12 months since deciding to go on this journey.
This presentation will highlight the 'how-tos' of setting up a podcast series from the different perspectives of the 3 team members along with our tips, tools and anecdotes.
last published: 15/May/19 01:25 GMT