Developing a learning and development (L&D) blueprint means aligning strategy, determining how you can best source and deliver training to your people, and supporting long-term development in your organization. However, in order to execute your plans, you’ll need a team that can drive results, consult with stakeholders and manage the nuances of developing global talent. Drawing upon examples from likely and unlikely sources, we’ll discuss how to design and build a winning L&D team.
Join us for this TICE Virtual Conference session. Your host Scott Farley, general manager of human resources at Komatsu, will share his experience building global L&D teams over twenty years and across three organizations.
This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:
- Defining headcount needs for L&D and talent management.
- Structuring a nimble and effective L&D organization.
- Finding and developing top-notch L&D talent.
|Scott Farley, General Manager of Human Resources, Komatsu|
Scott Farley is a talent development professional with twenty years of experience defining and executing talent management and learning strategies for companies in the telecommunications, financial services and heavy manufacturing industries. In his current role at Komatsu, Scott is focused on implementing a shared services vision, establishing a consolidated talent acquisition function and designing a global talent management center of excellence for the organization. Scott is also responsible for the company’s diversity and inclusion (D&I) strategy. Scott shares his thoughts on and experiences with D&I on his blog and through webinars, panel appearances and speaking engagements.