Time to think and act beyond capability building initiatives

Time to think and act beyond capability building initiatives
Provide resilience training for your staff. Some aspects of emotional wellbeing can be learnt. Where this is the case, L&D should do what they can to support.

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

RP Learning priorities and L&D strategy have changed for 94% of organisations in response to the pandemic, with two in three making significant changes to what they do and how they do it.

Unsurprisingly, there has been a major swing to digital learning, with spend increasing on almost all areas of digital, led by content. 82% report that demand for digital learning has increased from senior stakeholders, whilst 71% have experienced an increased demand for digital learning content from learners themselves.

Meanwhile, as people get used to working remotely and in virtual teams, collaboration is becoming a key priority. 84% of L&D leaders think it is more important to integrate digital learning into other corporate platforms like Microsoft Teams, Slack and Trello for example.

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Ruhie Pande

Chief Human Resources Officer of Godrej Housing Finance Ltd. With two decades of exceptional experience, she is a seasoned HR professional who has worked with some of the best companies in India across sectors like financial services, Real Estate, Fashion Retail, Information Technology and FMCG. She has won several awards and received industry recognition including 100 most influential HR leaders in India by CHRO Asia, 25 most talented HR professionals in Retail by Asia Retail Congress, and Leading woman in HR by IIGBI in the 4th Women Leaders awards in India.

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Ruhie Pande

Chief Human Resources Officer of Godrej Housing Finance Ltd. With two decades of exceptional experience, she is a seasoned HR professional who has worked with some of the best companies in India across sectors like financial services, Real Estate, Fashion Retail, Information Technology and FMCG. She has won several awards and received industry recognition including 100 most influential HR leaders in India by CHRO Asia, 25 most talented HR professionals in Retail by Asia Retail Congress, and Leading woman in HR by IIGBI in the 4th Women Leaders awards in India.

Dec. 2022 Issue

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