Christian Flöeter

Christian Flöeter is Head of Learning Solutions Group at Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) EMEA.

Christian has extensive experience with learning in large, diverse and international organisations with special focus on technology-based learning.

After 12 years of military service during which he was also responsible for the restructuring and modernization of military training curricula, Christian worked as Head of Center of Competence for Learning and Employment, Head of Learning Operations, Head of Learning Shared Services Germany and Head of Training for Germany and Europe in the aircraft and defense industry. Christian joined RPS in 2017. He holds a diploma in political and social sciences and a MBA in financial services.

Christian is a certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

Why companies must focus on the human side of cyber security to combat threats

Whether through a malicious cyber-attack or an accidental leak, a single security incident can have a devastating impact on an organisation, potentially impacting operations, damaging customer trust and causing shares to freefall. Cleaning up a data breach can also be an expensive, resource heavy affair and firms that are found to be negligent can face...

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How to create a learning culture

Agility is the key to success in today’s challenging business environment. We’ve all heard of companies that failed to respond to changing market conditions and lost out to more agile competitors. Agility is all about people and culture. As research by McKinsey & Co. has found, agile organisations share certain features, including a people-centred culture...

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Apprenticeships: an age-old solution to 21st century challenges

With record low unemployment rates across Europe, businesses are struggling to recruit workers, as there are not enough people with right skills available - impacting business performance and productivity. Unemployment keeps falling across the European Union and now stands at 6.3%, compared to 7.1 last year. It’s even lower in Germany, which has a jobless...

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