DM Varun, Co-founder and CEO of STORM Learning, takes center stage at KMC x NordCham Knowledge-sharing Series that will be held on May 28 at V Corporate Centre in Salcedo Village, Makati City.
With the theme, Why Training Doesn't work! Without the right measures, DM will discuss the global trends in training development and how the implementation of measurement-techniques along with the "right training" for employees are crucial elements that can save thousands of dollars for organizations. With the tightening labor market and the shortening shelf life of skills, creating and maintaining market leadership of today basically hinges on talent development's ability to help employees acquire and grow the right skills.
In this edition of the KMC x NordCham Knowledge-Sharing Series, you will understand what are the global trends in training and learning & development (L&D) sphere and see how they fit in for the Philippines market. Furthermore, you will have access to tools and resources you would need to craft a development plan frame work for your employees.
The Knowledge-Sharing Series is a monthly learning-cum-networking session that features thought leaders from different industries, providing global learning in the local context. The event series is also an approach to gather and collaborate between different sectors, and startups and multinationals in an inspiring setting to spur new ideas and innovation.
Co-founder and CEO for STORM Learning
Co-founder and CEO for STORM Learning, a company created to increase visibility and accountability in the training ecosystem in The Philippines, DM is a serial entrepreneur with two successful startup exits.
He has worked with companies across Southeast Asia for 7 years in countries including India, Philippines, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore. He is well known for helping startups scale and grow operations across regions.
Apart from his entrepreneurial journey, he comes from an HR and academic institutional background where he led marketing and product teams to recruit and train top of the top talents.
Limited slots available - maximum two (2) participants per company