On demand: Agile L&D strategies

Creating a future-proof learning experience for all your employees

Work is fundamentally changing. Today, employees want more than engaging videos and shorter content. They want career development support, ongoing skill development opportunities – otherwise known as experiences. Many organisations say they want to create a learning culture, but few have one and even fewer know what makes up a true learning culture.

This webinar showcases why the most successful learning organisations are those that adjust their strategy and approaches, balancing content, experiences and application in accordance with the ever-evolving landscape of employee and business needs.

Degreed chief learning strategist Annee Bayeux and Standard Bank Group Head of Learning Lucy Voss-Price discuss the importance of rethinking the traditional learning model and share ideas on how to get started.

Other talking points include:

  • Why most learning cultures need to change
  • How to create a learning culture and learning experiences that encourages self-driven learning
  • How leaders can build L&D teams to become more agile to enable this cultural shift

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About Your Speakers

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Lucy Voss-Price, Group Head of Learning, Standard Bank Group

Lucy is Group Head of Learning at Standard Bank (a 158-year-old pan-African financial services group) where she inspires a team of 180 learning professionals to serve 46,000 employees.

Before joining the bank in January 2020, she was Head of the Learning at the South African Reserve Bank, where she also led culture transformation. Much of her career has been at business schools, having been Director of Custom Programmes at the highly FT-ranked Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), Deputy CEO at Regenesys Management, Head of Faculty and Curriculum Design at the Graduate Institute of Management and Technology (GIMT). Lucy’s career started in non-profit and human rights organisations (the Community Law Centre and Young People’s Theatre Educational Trust) from where she moved on to teach in Universities (Griffith University in Australia, and Wits University in South Afrfica). She also worked as a training and development consultant with a range of organisations including Siemens, Dimension Data, Sybase, South African Airways and Samancor Mining.

Lucy has a PhD from Griffith University in Australia and a particular interest in the role of play in learning.


Annee Bayeux, Chief Learning Strategist, Degreed

Annee has 20+ years in L&D, M&A, Talent and HR Technologies with Global 2000 companies such as Bosch Automotive, Alstom, General Electric and Danone. She has led learning design and share services organizations including building group-level HR centers of expertise around design, digital transformation and HR technology. She has held HR leadership roles in L&D as the CLO of Danone and head of HR Process & Tools at GE and most recently was the Chief Learning Strategist at EdCast. Obsessed with innovation and new technology impacts on society, she now prefers to spend her time evangelising about the Future of Work and “smart work culture” to anyone who will listen.

"Degreed has uniquely built its own technology category from the ground up and it is a hot one. They have also provided a blueprint for what best-in-class looks like as a product and a company."

Michael Rochell

Brandon Hall Group Chief Strategy Officer and Principal HCM Analyst