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 organizations say they want to create a learning culture, but few have one and even fewer know what makes up a true learning culture.
Learning is happening all the time from a variety of sources, and the most successful learning organizations are adjusting their strategy and approaches, balancing content, experiences and application. Giving the learner more control is a change for most leaders, but organizations that do will find it positively affects engagement, and more importantly, performance.
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Johan Skoglöf is a senior consultant with the mission to help companies build agile learning organizations for the future. With over 25 years in the industry helping customers such as Ericsson, Volvo, Scania, SEB, Handelsbanken, H&M and ICA, Johan has broad experience in how learning organizations are built.
Johan is a valued presenter who engages around the latest developments in learning. With his energy, Johan navigates widely between how new technology can be used in learning to how you can work with culture for learning.
Kristin Hull is a Client Engagement Partner who lives in Göteborg, Sweden. She brings two decades’ worth of experience in selling, delivering learning and talent management projects and strategic Client Success in the US, India, Northern and Central Europe. Her journey includes time as a consultant, learning practitioner, and client-facing roles at several SaaS vendors . She has lived as a foreigner for over half her life, which affords her cultural sensitivity and compassion.
Like many at Degreed, Kristin’s #1 passion in life is learning new things. Her follow-on obsession is discovering how to manifest these learnings with technology.
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