Experienced Learning & Development Leader
Ravi Jagarlapudi has been in the field of Learning and Development since 2004.
Ravi's Learning Career started as a Process Trainer at HSBC, he then moved on to the roles of a Transition Trainer, Behavioral Trainer & Training Manager. At Wells Fargo he took on the roles of a Learning Partner and Talent & Learning Manager before he ventured out to kick-start his entrepreneurship journey with his own Learning Consulting Firm, Sai Acuity.
Ravi has played a key advisory role in creating & executing a Learning strategy. His networking, communication & negotiation skills came to the fore while resolving differences by determining needs and suggesting practical solutions that benefit stakeholders. He has the ability to communicate with all levels of management and staff and prepare effective launch communications in sync with the Company values, culture and ways of working.
Ravi understood the business needs and problems by working closely with HR Business Partners, Line of Business Heads and Managers, before even thinking about creating interventions to provide solutions. His niche skills are into Instructional Designing, Learning Needs Analysis, Facilitation & Delivery Methodology, Performance consulting, Mentoring and Stakeholder Engagement.
Ravi has many success stories, by tapping the power of Learning he was able to sustain staff performance and ensured a department process become BAU. By collaborating with Business he built an intervention which helped many Senior Financial Analysts transition to Team Leads and many more.
Overall Ravi has been able to establish and scale best practices for project managing L&D Initiatives, in partnership with multiple teams and stakeholders. He is an experienced Learning & Development Leader with a demonstrated history of working in the banking and information technology industry. He is a strong professional with over 2 decades of Corporate experience working with HSBC, Wells Fargo and Sai Acuity, he has a Masters degree in Mathematics and Computer Science.