Managing learning programs in a fast-paced, time-poor environment is a challenge for learning and development professionals today. At the same time, it is critical to create positive learning experiences that ensure learning is applied in the workplace and supports the delivery of organisational results.
To optimise results from learning initiatives, we need to move the accountability for learning to the learner.
'Stacey gave a fantastic presentation at a conference I recently attending on Leadership and Innovation, giving the cohort as OD professionals’ insight into the capability of leaders for now and in the future and how to use coaching questions to further develop leaders. Her knowledge of the content was extensive and the presentation was delivered professionally and in an engaging and interactive way to the attendees in the room.'
Katherine Horne, Project Officer - Leadership & Capability
'Stacey delivered an outstanding presentation at the Learning and Development Leadership Summit. She was engaging, entertaining and challenged our perspectives on the importance of coaching in developing a high performance culture.'
Chris Bradbury, Principal
On March 26th, 2018
L&D Leadership Innovation Summit
In front of 50 people