How Telstra and Capgemini are transforming their workforce (On demand)

Reskilling and upskilling are broadly acknowledged as the solutions for bridging the widening skills gap - supporting organisations to become more resilient, especially in uncertain times.

But why are some organisations more successful than others? And how do you enable the entire workforce to be involved?

We believe the best place to start is through understanding how your workforce learns to better enable skill development.

Watch this webinar from the experts at Degreed, Telstra, Capgemini and Harvard Business as they discuss “future-ready” strategies for a successful L&D framework.

Sign up now and gain insight into:

  • How innovative organisations like Telstra and Capgemini are building skills and designing learning experiences for impact
  • What our modern workforce wants from their corporate learning teams
  • How you can help your learners align learning to their goals to drive your organisation’s success

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About Your Speakers

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Louise Anderson VP, Australia and New Zealand, Degreed

Louise Anderson has extensive experience in HR Consulting as well as Recruitment in the private and public sector and has designed, implemented and managed recruitment programs for more than a decade. She has focused her career on talent development encompassing competency frameworks, job analysis and evaluation for end-to-end HR Management.


James Stanford, Head of Client Relations – Australia, Japan and New Zealand, Harvard Business Publishing

As the Head of Client Relations for Australia, New Zealand and Japan at Harvard Business Publishing, Corporate Learning James’ passion is bringing learning to life leveraging technology. James has worked extensively with Australia’s top organisations to support the delivery of technology enabled, tailored solutions that connect engaging experiences and organisational impact. James has over 15 years’ experience in consulting across leadership, change management, outplacement and business transformation.


Helen Anderson, Product Owner, Learning Strategy and Implementation, Telstra

Helen Anderson, Learning Strategy Product Owner at Telstra leads Learning Strategy and Implementation at Telstra, to develop the capabilities Telstra needs to achieve its T22 strategy. Her career experience spans a range of commercial sectors including senior roles in the Telco, Professional Services, Pharmaceuticals and the Finance sectors. She has led functions in Organisational Development, Learning, Talent Identification, Leadership and Consulting at Telstra, Austin Health, KPMG, Merck Sharpe Dohme (MSD) and the ANZ bank.

Helen has, through her innovative and unique approach across the course of her career created impactful people change in Australian business. With a passion and commitment to create data driven employee capability uplift, better employee experiences and value to the bottom line she has loved the diversity and ‘roller coaster’ nature of her experience so far.


Jessica Whipp, Head of Learning & Development, Capgemini Australia and New Zealand

Jessica is the Head of Learning & Development at Capgemini Australia and New Zealand. Responsible for the L&D strategy, Jessica leads the team that delivers future-focused capability development to ensure their people are highly skilled, remain competitive in the market and are rewarded with engaging careers.

Jessica has fifteen years’ experience leading and delivering innovative, creative learning solutions across leadership, technical and professional development, and diversity & inclusion to achieve business and people outcomes.

A passionate and energetic L&OD professional, Jessica thrives when creating learning strategies that build capability, enable career growth, and positively drive employee engagement.

Jessica has previously held L&OD roles with APA Group, Chartered Accountants ANZ, HSBC, Deloitte and Transport for NSW.

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