Article: Disruptive, dynamic & daring: The pioneers are set to share their transformative journey at People Matters L&D India 22

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Disruptive, dynamic & daring: The pioneers are set to share their transformative journey at People Matters L&D India 22

On October 12, a distinguished line-up of speakers including Carmistha Mitra, Dan Strode, Mohit Kumar, Sonia Kutty and Clark Quinn, are set to share their journeys of learning and development amid the disruptions at People Matters L&D India 22.
Disruptive, dynamic & daring: The pioneers are set to share their transformative journey at People Matters L&D India 22

There was a time, not too long ago, when graduating from a college was all that you needed to enter the workforce. And the skills you acquired there combined with your experience was enough to sail you till your retirement. But in today’s fast-changing world, with many jobs becoming obsolete and new roles cropping up, there is a need to upskill and reskill employees to approach their roles differently using emerging technologies. 

According to a recent report by Harvard Business Publishing, it was found that 54% of the workforce will need upskilling or reskilling by 2025. And the biggest concern for organisations isn’t that there aren’t enough workers, it is that they don’t have the workers with the right skills. In these challenging times, developing a culture of learning in organisations becomes essential. 

With access to information, everyone is constantly learning on versatile mediums. But organisations and leaders need to guide their employees so as to align their needs and preferences with organisational needs and resources. Personalising learning has become key to transforming organisations. And with the recent research and reports in learning, we can conclude that employees are eager to learn, all they need is someone to show them the way forward. 

At People Matters L&D India Conference 2022, over 40 global L&D speakers will guide you to achieve this goal. The sessions will not just revolve around how to personalise learning for employees but will also highlight the ways in which learning can be inculcated as a life-long habit, how to build an atmosphere for social learning, creating learner-driven experiences and measuring the progress of it all. So, join us on October 12 at Grand Hyatt, Mumbai where you can discover solutions to bridging the skills gap through learning. 

This year, we have an interesting line-up of speakers from diverse backgrounds, who will empower you and your organisations to lead the way amid the disruptions. Here are some of our star speakers:

Carmistha Mitra

The Group CLO at Axis Bank, Carmistha Mitra began her professional journey as Branch Sales Head at Tata Infotech. With a career spanning over 23 years, she has worked in renowned companies such as Hindustan Lever Limited, Hewitt Associates, Coca Cola, Samsung and Mahindra holding critical positions as Business Manager, Head - HR Process Transformation and Culture Assimilation, General Manager Human Resources, HR Director, SWA Region Headquarters and Head Corporate Human Resources, respectively. With the mind of a transformer and the heart of a healer, she enables large-scale businesses and its ecosystem towards transformation through processes, people and technological capabilities, leading to exponential business growth. Mitra believes that a culture of learning will ultimately shape the future of work. 

Dan Strode

Culture and innovation evangelist, Dan Strode is the author of the recently-released book, The Culture Advantage - Empowering Your People To Drive Innovation, where he highlights how the culture design of a company is far more important than compensation and benefits alone. With over a decade of experience working as Head of Strategy and Corporate Development, CEO Office at Santander, UK before taking up the role of Group Director of Culture & Strategy, Global Human Resources at Santander, Spain, Strode has been consistently leading the efforts to transform culture, flexi-working, health and wellbeing, leadership, and performance management.

Mohit Kumar

The President HR at Hindalco Industries Ltd, Mohit Kumar is a business-focused HR leader, who has been steering organisations through complex transitions in highly competitive industries. In his 28 years of professional career, he has worked with companies such as SRF Limited, DSS Mobile Communications Limited (Mobilink), ITC Infotech, HP and Idea Cellular Ltd, with expertise in defining organisational structures and human capital requirements to align HR function with business goals to enhance capability, enable culture, optimise performance and drive revenue and profit growth.

Clark Quinn 

The Executive Director at Quinnovation, Clark Quinn dons many hats as a learning experience design strategist, consultant and writer. He began his journey as a programmer before rising up in ranks as Multimedia Manager, Director, Education Technology and Principal before becoming the Executive Director. Quinn believes that L&D isn’t doing nearly what it could and should do and his efforts have been towards applying evidence-based practices from cognitive and learning sciences that highlights how people think, work, and learn to improve organisational performance.  

Sonia Kutty

The Vice President, Global Human Resources at Quest Global, Sonia Kutty has over two decades of experience working at the company, enabling growth and the ways in which you can thrive in fast-paced work environments. Her communication skills coupled with the ability to think through challenges and hard times has helped her navigate through people and problems with ease. She is driven towards people, processes and changes to derive the best outcomes. 

These stars speakers along with many more will change the way you look at learning and development as a way to grow and scale organisations. So, join us at People Matters L&D India to become the change-maker that your team and organisation needs. Register now. 

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