Part 3: Introducing the Super 8 ‘Transformer CLO capabilities
We firmly and wholeheartedly believe 2020, has been a year that we, as Learning & Development professionals, have never experienced ever before. Now is the right time for learning professionals to step in and step up and the Learning Health Index (LHI) Study for Africa, will enable us to do just that. The LHI will show our gaps and opportunities, allowing us to better partner and support business through the challenges the COVID-19 crises have presented.
EdCast’s Learning Health Framework is a comprehensive model comprising 8 distinct dimensions of learning that contribute to an organization’s learning health. There are 5 Stages of Learning Health built into each of these dimensions.
- Find out more about the Learning Health Index: https://www.edcast.com/corp/learning-health-index/
- Follow EdCast Africa on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/edcast-africa
With the advent of new and innovative Learning technologies or EdTech as it is referred to. It goes without saying that L&D professionals will need to adopt and adapt their skill set in order to leverage these new technologies and new learning methodologies.
Digital transformation in organisations will require L&D teams to build a new set of skills, outside of the traditional skills, like instructional design, facilitation and training administration. New skills for L&D professionals are emerging all the time.
The EdCast Learning Health Index report suggests the following skills for Chief Learning Officers; however, I believe these skills are relevant to everyone in L&D who wants to grow and develop as a competent L&D Professional.
In this series, we will be looking at the Learning Health Index in more detail. Covering the key elements of the Study that was conducted in India by EdCast in early 2020.
Part 3: Introducing ‘The Transformer CLO capabilities”
Part 4: 10 Steps to improve your Organizational Learning Health