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Learning & Development: On the Front Lines
Among the many lessons that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic has been the extreme value and dedication — often unsung prior to 2020 — of our frontline workforce. This half-day virtual event will feature panels, interviews, TED-style talks and networking with chief learning officers and learning practitioners in health care and other critical infrastructure operations. These leaders will share how they have been able to pivot their learning function to get learners the information they need in an immediate time frame and under extreme duress, as well as how fear and stress among workers required to be on the front lines of the pandemic have affected their ability to learn and preserve their mental health.
Panel 1: Learning Heroes: Supporting Health Care Workers During COVID-19
Our health care workers have always been heroes, but this has perhaps never been more evident than during the COVID-19 crisis. Over months and months of uncertainty, crushing workload, medical supply shortages and fear, they’ve shown up each day, risking their lives to save the lives of others. Learning leaders from the healthcare industry will join us for this panel to discuss how they have been able to train staff to treat COVID patients quickly, remotely, and in a time when everyone is overworked and overstressed, as well as help them understand and adhere to recommended infection control practices and protect their own health.
Panel 2: Essential Learning for the Essential Workforce
When we think of the front-line workers who have bravely faced the threats of COVID-19 head-on, those in health care roles and first responders often are the first to spring to mind. But there have been many heroes of this pandemic in other essential roles, including — but certainly not limited to — people in food service, agriculture, manufacturing, construction, transportation, retail and media. L&D professionals from some of these industries will join us for this panel, where they will talk about how typical training efforts have changed since the onset of the pandemic, whether fear and stress among workers required to be on the front lines have affected their ability to learn, and how they are prioritizing employees’ physical and mental health.
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Registration for Chief Learning Officer events is restricted to internal learning & development practitioners and a limited number of sponsors with clearly defined roles. This policy is in place to assure that every live CLO event offers a respectful, relaxed environment where active professionals can network, learn from one another and have frank discussions about what is happening in their industry, organizations and careers. All registrations are subject to review. If it is determined that the registrant does not qualify, the registration will be cancelled and a refund issued to the card supplied.
Simple litmus test:
My primary responsibility is for the development of my company’s internal workforce = QUALIFIED
I work primarily with organizations other than my own to support their workforce development = NOT QUALIFIED
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