Webvent

Build an L&D action plan for COVID-19 based on insights from 50 Million learners

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Adam Lewis, Head of Skills Transformation, EMEA, Coursera

The spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has profoundly affected our work and our lives. While there is no foolproof template for navigating these uncharted waters, learning can be a catalyst for hope and adaptability.
In this webcast we’ll look at the changing learning habits of Coursera’s 50 million learners in response to the crisis. Using our insights, we’ll share how L&D leaders can respond to COVID-19 to help their people adapt to the “new normal” and prepare for the uncertainty ahead.

Key Takeaways

  • Understand the role learning can play in supporting people through a crisis.
  • Identify what people are learning (and how it has changed) to help them adapt to new ways of working.
  • Discover what other companies are doing to guide their employee response.
  • Make use of an engagement plan to support your learners through the uncertainty ahead.

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Presenter

Adam Lewis
Adam Lewis

Head of Skills Transformation, EMEA, Coursera

Adam Lewis is the head of skills transformation, EMEA, at Coursera, where he helps companies define the skills they need for the future and designs curriculums to drive their digital learning. Before working at Coursera, Adam was a management consultant at Moorhouse, helping clients to deliver transformational change. He also designed the firm's first consulting academy. When his time is flexible, he teaches his own course in public speaking.


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