A preview of a podcast to be presented by Sabrina Malter on April 11, 2022.
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“Building a Learning Organization: Leadership Practices & Human Skills that Promote Learning”
For decades, executives and academics have talked about the need to build “learning organizations.” That sounds good, but what does it mean in a practical sense? How can leaders unveil the potential of their people and their organizations?
In this webinar, we will discuss: Why we have to build a Learning Organization deliberately Leadership practices to promote organizational learning Human skills to promote organizational learning.
- Why we have to build a Learning Organization deliberately
- Leadership practices to promote organizational learning
- Human skills to promote organizational learning
Note: The webinar will be presented live, in English, but a German language recording will also be made available a few days in advance. Q&A will also be conducted in English.
Sabrina Malter is passionate about creating a work environment where everyone can bring their full self to work and make the boldest impact for the organization and beyond. She loves to challenge, encourage, and support organizations that embark on their learning and growth journey.
Sabrina brings her passion to life as a Leadership and Learning Coach & Consultant at her own business, Unveil Business Consulting. She understands the power of Lean thinking in working towards her vision with a special expertise and skill in Kata Coaching, Leadership Development and Cultural Change.
Sabrina’s 25 years of industry background brought her experience and expertise in Business Transformations, Organizational Development and Strategy Management. Her educational background includes a M.Sc. in Sustainability Management from The Open University, UK, as well as further study on Leading People Centered Change, Leadership Coaching, and Professional Resilience.
Sabrina lives with her husband and two daughters in the south of Germany.
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