In this episode of L&D Go Beyond podcast, Amit Garg speaks with Joti Joseph, Director of Talent & Learning at Vontobel, Switzerland about learning for L&D professionals. Joti has 26 years of global experience in learning and development and retail banking. With her vast cross-functional experiences, she has a unique capability of seeing situations from multiple perspectives and devising solutions accordingly. In Joti’s opinion, about the podcast topic, it’s like going back to the basics and something that comes out from ‘common sense’, investing in our own capability, acting as role model for our learners and stakeholders to focus on, and with previous experience reinforcing upon always developing ourselves along with our community.
While recalling her experience with Upside doing an eLearning on ‘unconscious bias’, Joti emphasizes on how it taught her about being careful about generalizations. She also mentions that when we are focusing on our own capability, it’s the moment when we as learning professionals start thinking we’ve have cracked it, got this skill and know everything, that’s where the problem begins.
Joti shares her experience as a learning and development professional without being prescriptive, admitting that everyone’s journey is going to be unique. She says that she regards her project with Deloitte influenced her development as an L&D professional a lot.
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About The Guest
Joti is the Director of Talent and Learning at Vontobel in Switzerland. She has over 26 years of global experience in learning & development and in retail banking. Her cross-functional experiences give her the unique capability to see situations from multiple perspectives and develop solutions accordingly.
About The Host
Amit has been involved in the workplace learning domain for over 19 years. He is passionate about improving organizational performance through better learning solutions. He consults organizations around the world on resolving business and training challenges through uniquely crafted learning solutions by combining his vast experience and quick adoption of evolving trends on learning and technology fronts.
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