As Head of Learning, you are part of the People Team, embedded in a broader People & Workplace Unit. You work with your team, the Learning Circle, on a variety of projects and regular tasks, involving both strategic and operational aspects. You empower your team members in their professional and personal growth, integrating and representing their work in various strategic groups and report to the Head of Unit.
In the Learning Circle, we work in different focus areas around Learning & Development for our target groups. You take responsibility with your team for identifying and anticipating learning needs across the organization to shape and maintain our learning portfolio for our global hybrid workplace. You collaborate with various stakeholders, bringing in your extensive personnel development experience to drive Ableton’s Learning & Development strategy, now and in the future. In doing so, you share strategic responsibility for personnel development with our managers and coaches.
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At Ableton, the strategic responsibility for personnel development does not lie solely with the HR department, but is shared by the Learning Circle, managers, and coaches. In an ongoing collaborative process, the Learning Circle helps bring together, integrate, and synthesize diverse perspectives to reach mutually agreeable solutions. With the help of the Business Partners, the Learning Circle makes these outcomes transparent to everyone in the organization.
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