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Sukhvinder (Sukh) Pabial, is a learning development and organisational development professional who started his career in this field in 2003. He has worked across a range of sectors and industries. Armed with an education in Occupational Psychology, he develops leading edge creative and positive solutions, and does so ensuring everything he works on is centred with strong academic research and knowledge. He is a fellow of the Learning and Performance Institute.
Crucially, he is a believer in collaboration and having conversations. His experience has taught him that when you can get people together and give them an opportunity to challenge their frontiers, they will do so willingly, and often produce results that exceed the expectations laid out before them. These solutions are often commercially viable, and sustainable. These are the things which are important to Sukh.
Sukh is a strong presenter and has impressed groups of all sizes from a few dozen at a seminar, to a couple of hundred in a conference. His delivery style is entertaining, thoughtful and full of insight.
Sukh believes strongly in designing solutions which are inclusive, holistic and innovative. He writes a regular blog called Thinking About Learning.
Where support is required to help him deliver something to you, he has a trusted network of associates who share his ethos and desire to make a positive change.
Learning and development matters to Sukh. Not just because it’s his career, but because he’s seen a lot of good and bad practices in this field which make him want to see a positive change in the work L&D professionals do. He helped co-found L&D Connect, a community of like minded people who come together to discuss issues facing the industry and how they can help the profession progress and develop. To get a sense of how this community works together, please do check out the weekly Twitter chat on Friday mornings (UK) from 8am-9am using the hashtag #ldinsight. You’ll find the questions are always challenging, and they often invite a variety of opinions from fellow L&D professionals. Feel free to just watch the chat unfold, and when you’re ready you participate at your pace.