Free L&D Network Session (Brisbane) – 9-8.30am, Mon 4 Sep 2017 – The Impact of Cultural Maturity on Learning

The Australian Learning and Development Network

This session will explore how culture maturity, particularly in relation to how risk and uncertainty is responded to within organisation, influences informal and formal learning.

 The impact of culture maturity on learning

* The concept of organisational culture on a maturity spectrum.
* Fragility and the risk paradox.
* Risk, learning and taught helplessness.

 8:00am – 9:30am
Date: Monday, 4 September 2017
Where: Saxons Training Facilities (Brisbane) – Level 11, 300 Adelaide Street, Brisbane
Catering: Tea, coffee and a light breakfast will be provided
Pre & Post-workshop: Networking/socialising will continue after the presentation.
Cost: Free
Limited spaces available: Email your details ASAP to to secure your place.

Please note: These sessions are for internal L&D/OD professionals only

These are a regular morning session hosted in a workshop style for internal Learning & Development and Organisational Development professionals, or those working in a similar capacity.

In addition to the workshop, this is a great opportunity for networking and sharing best practice with other L&D Managers from various businesses and industry sectors…we hope you can make it and join in.

Please feel free to forward this invite to anyone else you know in the L&D community.


Dave Whitefield is a highly engaging workshop facilitator with an extensive career in the delivery of extremely successful capability development programs, in particular in the area of safety and risk management, in which he is considered one of Australia’s leading Subject-Matter-Experts.

Dave has experience of working in/delivering to a variety of industries including Mining, Oil & Gas, Engineering, Hospitality, Agriculture, Insurance, Information Technology, Telecommunications, and Local Government.

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