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Keynote | We Are Stronger Together
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query_builder 10:00 - 10:30 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Keynote | We Are Stronger Together
2020 has been one tough year. Now, leaders in education are not only tasked with trying to stabilise how they operate during the pandemic, but they also know that in whatever form they seek to rebuild their organisation’s culture, it must be with a committed effort towards diversity, inclusion and equality.

It shouldn’t take social movements like #MeToo or #BlackLivesMatter to awaken a collective consciousness around long-standing systemic biases. René will share, through contemporary stories, how some progressive leaders are going about driving the transformation of their cultures to be more caring and more inclusive in a pragmatic and practical manner.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Collaboration is the new leadership
2. How vital inclusive leadership is today
3. Everyone can be a leader if they choose to be
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Stream 2
How Can L&D Create Value? Lessons from Learning Uncut
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query_builder 11:40 - 12:10 | Event time (GMT+11)
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How Can L&D Create Value? Lessons from Learning Uncut
When times get tough the Learning and Development Team often comes under scrutiny.

Like any other business function, there is an imperative for L&D to create value. What does this look like and how can it be done?

Host of the incredibly popular and pertinent ‘Learning Uncut’ podcast, Michelle Ockers, draws on over 45 guest case studies to provide real-world examples and tips on how L&D can create value by:

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Identifying the right opportunities to work on
2. Engaging others in effective partnerships
3. Knowing what to keep hold of and what to leave behind
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Stay Apart, Stand Together - Learning, Interaction & Mental Health During the Pandemic
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query_builder 13:10 - 13:40 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Stay Apart, Stand Together - Learning, Interaction & Mental Health During the Pandemic
In March, Netwealth Investments transitioned a business that did not have a strong working from home culture to everyone working from home. After the adrenaline faded, they realised that this was going to go on a lot longer than they thought. With additional lockdowns, adrenaline became grim determination and then resignation.

They had to address:

• How to induct online
• How to move all training to a virtual environment with little to no supporting technology
• How to support mental health and maintain their culture

They created a web of learning and activities around their people, including changing their existing courses, introducing virtual exercise, performance and wellbeing workshops, their very first mental health sessions, as well as a range of different social interaction drivers.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Experiment – there is no magic wand course that works for everyone
2. Zoom out – formal learning is a start but what activities and ideas can you add to the mix to achieve your outcome
3. The personal touch – when the only people you see are through a computer screen, every interaction counts
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Delivering Digitally Driven Programs for a Digitally Literate Workforce
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query_builder 13:10 - 13:40 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Delivering Digitally Driven Programs for a Digitally Literate Workforce
David Jones is revolutionising its current training model to move away from its dated and fixed training schedule to offer a more flexible and modern digital experience. Implementing a learning management system (LMS) to provide a seamless online training course will allow the business to offer programmatic learning programs to deliver high value transformational projects for training, upskilling and reskilling digitally capable employees.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Why David Jones decided to implement an LMS and how it will transform their business
2. The benefits of offering a blended learning approach to training through an online learning platform whilst incorporating an “old school” networking and collaborating space
3. Plans to scope and create better training processes through employee ‘Knowledge Champions’ by converting their knowledge into AI to share with peers throughout the learning process
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Stream 2
Creating a Learning and Performance Structure for Engaging and Aligning Employees at Etihad
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query_builder 14:05 - 14:35 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Creating a Learning and Performance Structure for Engaging and Aligning Employees at Etihad
Etihad has created a learning and performance structure for engaging and aligning employees across their Etihad Aviation Group Hub and 74 Global outstations. It is based around 8 knowledge areas, and the framework of Know, Do, Be (KDB). The 8 knowledge areas provide clarity and transparency to team employees and managers signposting development, measurement, performance, talent and career growth processes. KBD sets clear expectations for employees within their roles to allow objective, simple, transparent and fair evaluation.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Real life examples of creating a transparent framework for learning and development
2. Creating learning pathways for employees that link the knowledge build required to reach known desired outcomes
3. Provide clarity for employees on what success looks like in current roles and in preparation for future roles
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Virgin Orbit: Building Culture When Rocket Science is the Easy Part
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query_builder 10:50 - 11:20 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Virgin Orbit: Building Culture When Rocket Science is the Easy Part
Rockets are tough business, but even more complex and unpredictable are the people and teams that are literally creating the future out of thin air. In this practical case study, you’ll learn how the learning and culture team at Virgin Orbit creates space for everyone using the tools of an engineer. This session will open up Virgin Orbit’s toolbox and show you how they use iterative prototyping, designing for extreme use cases, and multiple redundancies, to support the most important part of their rocket – the people who make it fly.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Virgin Orbit’s quick-start framework for building an out-of-this-world culture
2. 7 quick tips that you can implement tomorrow to add a little whimsy and joy to your workplace
3. 3 of the toughest lessons Virgin Orbit learned by failing fast (and one by failing very slowly)
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Innovation in Learning
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query_builder 11:35 - 12:05 | Event time (GMT+11)
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Innovation in Learning
The world is changing, or so they say. Innovation in learning has been happening consistently for the last five years. In this short 30-minute presentation and 15-minute Live Q&A, Darren and Erin are going to pinpoint some thoughts and ideas that have merged in the last couple years (even in the last six months) of how we're innovating in learning today and where it will take us to in the future.

They will touch upon things like pivoting from in-person learning sessions to virtual – even taking a 300-person conference that usually is held in person and translating that into a virtual conference in collaboration environment all done live in one day. They will talk about how to make work fun in virtual environments and how to help people feel like they are part of a community that continues to give feedback and grow. Most of all, Darren and Erin will focus on the learner and the people side of things and how technology just helps us or augments some of the things that we used to do in person.

3 key learnings for this session include:

1. Learn the top three-to five-pain points and how to solve them in learning today
2. Hear first-hand on how to tackle some of the challenges of going from in person to virtual – not in a traditional move to the cloud, but more about how you innovate and disrupt the way you can do things to solve these problems
3. Hear from practitioners who have done this work in a short period of time leveraging all the tools and resources they have at their disposal, whilst also making things up to meet the needs of their users in the moment
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