Learning & Development should be proactive than responsive

Learning & Development should be proactive than responsive
In experiential programs we have enlisted the help of graphic facilitators who represent the proceedings of the class in real time visually. This has created its own 'aha moments'.

Do you see L&D changing more broadly after pandemic crisis and why does it needs a revamp for the new workplace?

ED The pandemic has disrupted many things for many people. We have one side the ill effects in terms of health, loss of life and loss of livelihoods. At the same time, we have seen many examples of the triumph of the human spirit over circumstances.

At the most basic level we as humanity have learnt very quickly the importance of personal safety, the value of empathy and the power of social media to either enhance or lower our reputation.

Since the workplace itself has changed, there is a great need for unlearning, learning and more importantly relearning.

Learning and Development professionals need to understand how to create economic value and co-opt, collaborate to which would serve that end. In fact, the workplace environment is changing and the goals we set...

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Emmanuel David

An XLRI alumnus, Emmanuel David has been at the helm of leadership in multi-sector companies from Auto, Hospitality, Infrastructure, Financial Services to Oil & Gas. His experiences span businesses such as family-owned entities, JVs, and MNCs. Under his Leadership, TMTC has been awarded  for Excellence in Experiential Learning Programs by Business World. He has coached several Tata Leaders and others in their leadership journey. He has also addressed the IAS Cadre on Leadership. He is former Director Tata Management Training Centre.

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Emmanuel David

An XLRI alumnus, Emmanuel David has been at the helm of leadership in multi-sector companies from Auto, Hospitality, Infrastructure, Financial Services to Oil & Gas. His experiences span businesses such as family-owned entities, JVs, and MNCs. Under his Leadership, TMTC has been awarded  for Excellence in Experiential Learning Programs by Business World. He has coached several Tata Leaders and others in their leadership journey. He has also addressed the IAS Cadre on Leadership. He is former Director Tata Management Training Centre.

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