What's now possible - with the right organisational learning strategy:

Positive impacts on your business and your people

The enabler and accelerator for your Company’s ‘mission’ and values. Learning is increasingly recognised as supporting readiness for change, increasing knowledge sharing and improving team working.

Learning connects and accelerates the business strategy, business priorities and performance goals. The learning strategy helps move learning from apart from ‘real work’ to embedded in the work.

What ‘learning culture’ means in practice for your organisation, its leaders and employees.

Focused on enabling and accelerating performance and culture change in the organisation. Moving from creating ‘training programs’ to building platforms for learning. Moving from a focus on managing and tracking ‘events’ to supporting work and results.

Building shared understanding, engagement and ownership for better learning and better work – at all levels of the organisation.

Moving the Learning and Development team away from the traditional ‘training order taker’ role towards enabling and facilitating solving real business challenges.

The learning strategy supports the organisation to become more ‘future ready’ – balancing focus between proven skills for today and the new capability needed looking forward.

As leaders and enablers of the new learning strategy. Developing as business partners who lead by example – and help to change the culture.

The impact on Organisational Capability / Learning and Development leaders:

I advise and support Organisational Capability / Learning and Development leaders, helping them to refocus their efforts and fulfil their potential. This investment can add immediate value through:

I bring structure, challenge and prioritisation to the critical work of developing your new organisational learning strategy and success measures.

I help to define and prioritise the role of ‘learning’ in your organisation and how the L&D function creates business value. I challenge you to agree your ‘anti-strategy’ – what you will stop doing.

I can provide new insights, approaches, examples, ideas and case studies which help you to make informed decisions more efficiently.

I support you to understand if your learning strategy supports both current priorities and the  ‘future readiness’ of your business. I enable you to understand the opportunities, challenges and trade-offs associated with your choices of learning strategy and tactics.

I can co-create and, validate new learning plans and processes – that move your L&D team and your organisation towards their goals.

I ensure that you invest more strategically – in the learning provider partnerships, tools and technologies that align with your goals now and looking forward.

I'd highly recommend Paul to help L&D leaders articulate their strategy in this ever changing environment. My team and I were always left energised by a conversation with Paul in this space. Prepare to have your thinking stretched!.”

- Holly Hurkett, Head of Retail Learning & Development at Specsavers UK

"Paul is fresh, open and collaborative, and has helped us enormously in our understanding and analysis of 'traditional' learning and development interventions as an essential aspect of looking forward and future-proofing."

- Cat Barnard, Founding Partner at Working the Future

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