Deliver our signature Leadership Development offerings to all levels of non-executive leaders. Each leadership development offering is 2-3 days in length.
Model facilitation excellence and be able to assist global and regional peers to deliver our signature offerings, both in person and virtually.
Challenge leaders to apply and cascade their newly acquired skills post-workshop.
Apply experiential learning principles and a workshop mindset to deliver transformative multi-modal opportunities for learning (i.
e., classroom experiences, micro-learning, AR / VR, action-based and experiential learning, hackathons, pod casts, etc.)
Work closely with the regional Talent & Culture Operations team. The operations team will help with classroom set up and breakdown, communications and post-
workshop evaluation / feedback.
Work closely with the global Talent & Culture instructional designers and offer suggestions / feedback to improve content quality and participant experience.
Work closely with key local HR partners and APJ Talent & Culture L&D liaisons to understand local learning needs and when needed, consult with local HR & L&D partners on leadership development solutions.
Build strong business relationships with internal stakeholders and external vendors to cascade our leadership development strategy and build credibility as a subject matter expert.
Brings innovation, energy and passion around learning and development
Strong instructor / classroom presence with exceptional communication skills across all levels of the organization
Expertise with traditional classroom, experiential, and new digital forms of training; ability to adapt curriculum / programs to alternative delivery channels such as eLearning, onDemand learning, self-
study toolkits, and internal corporate learning platforms
Requires an advanced background in learning and development with 5-7 + years of experience delivering curriculum to a global audience
Ability to change in a fast paced environment and lead through ambiguity
Excellent time management and prioritization skills with an eye for detail
High familiarity and comfort with technology to support digital and virtual learning modalities
Ability to work interdependently and collaboratively
Willingness and ability to travel (approximately 25%)
Ability to speak Korean, in addition to English and Japanese, is ideal, but not required.
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