Is self-learning becoming more important?

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Jesse Jackson (CLO, J.P. Morgan)

Jesse Jackson addresses the issue of self-learning in the corporate setting. He talks about how one of the main responsibilities of a learning and development organization is to curate the information and make it available to employees in ways that are easy to access and use. According to Jackson, he is seeing more intellectual curiosity and a willingness to explore new topics on the part of employees and that is why L&D is working hard to provide new learning options including working with universities to provide new and interesting content.


About Author

Jesse Jackson

CLO, J.P. Morgan

Jesse is a results oriented leader with a demonstrated ability to build high performance teams and establish a culture of operational and service excellence. Possess over 25 years of banking experience in service and operations management. Proactive problem solver skilled in analyzing issues and executing solutions targeted at improving performance. Excel at partnering with cross-functional and cross-line of business groups to accelerate attainment of key performance measures.

Interviewed By

Vaishali Jain

Vaishali Jain

Sarder TV Journalist, and Former Bloomberg TV Journalist

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