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Country Learning Director, Shanghai (CN)

China
Status interviewing
Tags Talent Management
Duration

permanent

Date posted

28 10月 2022

The Company

We are working with a company known for bringing together truly exceptional products and brands. Each of them embody a carefully preserved heritage, and a dynamic engagement with modern day trends. The company achieved double-digit organic revenue growth over the past two years confirming a return to strong growth momentum following the severe disruption of the global pandemic.

The Role

Reporting directly to the Head of HR, the Learning Director is a crucial role for the organisation as it takes on a real business partner/advisory approach to all sub businesses and markets. The Learning Director manages the design and content behind the company’s L&D effort: resources, workshops, and programs, and works closely with the leadership team to balance internal-facing management and resource creation with outward-facing efforts and partnerships. Additionally, the Learning Director will be responsible for strategically positioning the company’s offerings, ensuring that they are the right mix of content, approach and support to successfully meet the needs of its employees.  

The Individual

The successful candidate has strong and effective communication skills whether online, in-person or in front of large audiences or senior leadership team as well as demonstrated experience in influencing an audience from local to regional level. In addition to a solid HR leadership background and proven success in managing projects and teams they also need up to date knowledge of the latest trends in learning design, delivery and technology. Most importantly, the ideal candidate will be passionate about the company’s mission and values.

At a Glance
  • Job Function
    Talent Management
  • Industry
    Retail & Luxury
  • International Coverage
    Domestic
  • Global HQ
    Confidential
  • Global revenue
    US$10-100 Billion
  • Solid Report To
    Head of HR
  • Potential upsides
    A world-class company with a top-notch reputation for HR. An excellent opportunity to step into a visible regional role in a thriving, world-class environment.
  • Potential challenges
    Unstructured complex environment with tough stakeholders. Highly matrixed organisation that will demand strong stakeholder management.
  • Job Reference
    ALAC-010127/KC

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