Learning as we know it is changing. In order to keep up, organisations are rapidly making changes to their learning and development teams.
I'm interviewing the world's top L&D leaders to bring you their insight into how this will look, and addressing some of the tough questions L&D are facing at this time.
About your host, Rustica Lamb.
Rustica is a learning designer, LMS consultant, edupreneur, facilitator and founder of Bloom Learning Technologies (2012). She is one of New Zealand’s best known learning and development personalities, a trusted L&D advisor and a well respected leader in the industry.
Rustica has 25+ years experience as an L&D Manager, eLearning designer, senior instructional designer, capability advisor, SAP trainer, facilitator, project manager and mentor. She designs learning experiences and spaces which are engaging, affirming, empowering and inspiring.
Rustica has worked internally and externally with a number of organisations, including: Westpac, ANZ, Ministry of Health, Contact Energy, Vodafone, Ministry of Justice, Mighty River Power, Telecom, Vodafone, Green Cross Health, Orion Health and Morgan & Banks. She held the position of Vice President for the New Zealand Association of Training and Development (NZATD) from 2012 to 2015, and was the NZATD Practitioner of the Year in 2012.