Brandon Carson is a strategic business leader with a proven record in learning and organizational development, instructional design, leadership training, curriculum development, orientation programs, sales training and performance consulting.
An Interview with Brandon
In your latest book, ‘Learning in the Age of Immediacy: 5 Factors for How We Connect, Communicate, and Get Work Done’, you are exploring how digital transformation is affecting workplace performance. Could you please give us examples of the impact of the digital transformation, especially within day to day work?
Corporate L&D is at a key inflection point. Employees need more upskilling/reskilling, leaders need more evidence of where L&D’s value lies, L&D leaders need to embrace the changes the digital age is bringing and more proactively plan for ensuring the workforce can execute on the digital strategies all businesses are now formulating. I see the next five years being more disruptive for L&D than the last 50. It is not a time for complacency or the status quo.
About Brandon Carson:
Brandon Carson is a strategic business leader with a proven record in learning and organizational development, instructional design, leadership training, curriculum development, orientation programs, sales training and performance consulting. Brandon is a transformational and forward looking leader focused on aligning business and human capital strategies to achieve desired outcomes. As Director of Learning at Delta Air Lines, he is responsible for learning and development for the company’s global airport operations. As a practitioner, educator, and business leader, Brandon has developed extensive expertise in the areas of talent management, leadership development, technical and compliance training, influence and change management, and innovative pedagogical design. Brandon holds a M.Ed in Educational Technology, a BA in Business, and certification in advanced analysis.