In this program, you will learn the key components necessary to design and implement a successful learning and development strategy for your organization.
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Weekly live sessions on Thursdays, 9:30 AM CET
15 SEATS AVAILABLE
Oh, so many reasons! But don't take our word for it. Explore what you'll be capable of at the end of the program if you give it your all, of course.
You will be able to effectively identify learning and development needs within your organization, considering both individual and organizational goals, and apply appropriate assessment methods to determine the skills and knowledge gaps.
You will gain the skills and knowledge to design impactful learning and development programs that align with organizational objectives, incorporating adult learning principles, instructional design models, and innovative learning technologies.
You will learn how to establish meaningful metrics and evaluation frameworks to measure the effectiveness and impact of learning and development initiatives, enabling you to provide evidence-based insights and make data-driven decisions.
You will acquire the tools and strategies needed to develop a comprehensive learning and development strategy, including methods for engaging key stakeholders, managing change, and fostering a culture of continuous learning and improvement within your organization.
Our facilitators are not only very experienced in the topics they're teaching, but also extremely cool. This program's facilitators are not exception.
Senior Learning consultant at Brights Learning, is an ex management consultant in talent management turned into a learning aficionado. He has a decade of experience in the field of talent, leadership and training. Most recently he was the Head of People development topics at the French health tech company Alan. Previously he was also head of Global learning and development at the Swedish fintech company Klarna. He’s also been a speaker coach at TEDx where he coached CEOs, professors, climate activists and futurists.
Head of Learning Consulting at Brights Learning, is a seasoned leader, passionate about helping organizations achieve growth by enabling continuous development through well-crafted strategies, structures, and methods. With extensive experience in training leaders to develop tomorrow's talents, Julia is committed to making learning a natural part of leadership. Her expertise in change management, honed over many years, has enabled her to successfully create behavioral change in large organizations. Julia is also experienced in creating and driving strategies to help organizations achieve their goals.
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Not all experiences are for everyone. Your previous background and current context are extremely important for the success of your learning adventure, so make sure you're ready for it.
You are an L&D, HR Pro, or organizational leader responsible for designing and implementing learning strategies.
This is a very hands-on and practical learning experience, so we welcome curious and eager individuals who are ready to get their hands dirty and experiment together with the group.
Those seeking a purely theoretical or academic approach without practical application.
Those who expect this to be a lecture series 🙂
Still not convinced you should join us? Here are some questions we've received along the way.
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When you invest in our program, you're not just purchasing access to one of it's cohorts. You're signing up for an enriching, holistic experience that includes:
Each of these components works synergistically to provide you with an impactful, comprehensive learning experience. So, you're not just paying for a course - you're investing in a journey of growth, community, and continuous development.
We understand that not everyone might be ready to enroll in a program, but may still wish to be part of our thriving Offbeat Fellowship. We've got you covered! We offer two other fellowship plans that you can choose from:
Each of these plans is designed to ensure that you have the opportunity to benefit from our resources, connect with our community, and further your personal and professional development, even if you don't enroll in a specific program.
At Offbeat, we believe that learning is not a one-time event, but rather a continuous journey. While the program content provides important foundational knowledge, we've found that the best way to support learners is by offering long-term access to resources and community.
Therefore, when you invest in Offbeat, you're not simply paying for a program. Instead, you're joining a comprehensive learning ecosystem that includes ongoing events, a dedicated community, curated content, regular updates through our newsletter, and more. This environment fosters consistent practice and application of what you've learned, leading to more significant growth and improvement over time.
This is why we offer our learning experiences as part of broader fellowship plans, as we're committed to supporting your development journey beyond the confines of a single program.
The facilitators of our programs are experienced professionals who not only bring substantial real-world practice to the table but also deeply understand our mission at Offbeat. They have been carefully selected based on their ability to align with our values, methodologies, and learning approach.
We believe that effective learning comes from facilitators who can bring theory to life with practical insights and who can cultivate an engaging, supportive environment. This understanding guides our choice of facilitators, ensuring you have access to mentors who are not just experts in their fields, but also adept at fostering a culture of collaborative, applied learning.
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