Event Details

The role of L&D has evolved considerably in the past two decades. L&D transformed from an operations cost-center to a strategic imperative directly impacting top-line growth.

During the pandemic, organizations have becomemore cautious about every dollar spent. L&D professionals should reconsider how to design and execute talent development programs to align with business and end-user demands.

"As learning specialists, their future development activity will need to reflect the best of the emerging flexibility, mobility and individualisation of learning networks that they themselves now author. (*Barratt‐Pugh et al., 2020, p. 242)"

In this webinar, we will provide you with recommendations on designing effective and future-proof L&D programs from an empirical perspective.

Topic: "Learning and Development Programs for the Digital Era"

Date & Time: Friday 28 January, 2022 / 2:00pm SG/HK Time (GMT+8)- Duration 1.5hrs.

Webinar rundown:

  • L&D Design Concepts
  • Diagnosing Employee's Fundamental L&D Needs
  • Future-proofing Talent Requirements
  • L&D Design to Minimize Skill Gaps
  • Q&A

*Barratt‐Pugh, L., Hodge, S., & Smith, E. (2020). Learning and development practitioners: identity, profession and future trajectory. Asia Pacific journal of human resources, 58(2), 220-246. https://doi.org/10.1111/1744-7941.12207


  • Alvin Leung (Director of Regional Learning Academy at PERSOLKELLY Consulting Hong Kong)

    Alvin Leung

    Director of Regional Learning Academy at PERSOLKELLY Consulting Hong Kong

    Alvin Leung has been an avid Learning & Development (L&D) professional and possesses ample experience in hosting a wide variety of training workshops that range from change management, goal-setting, leadership, team building to diversity management training. 

    Alvin has continually been an active lead on management consultancy, with specialty in employee engagement, organizational development and change management.  

    In one of his management training modules, Alvin engaged more than 2000 managers from over 500 companies in Greater China Region and APAC.

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