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2020 Corporate Learning Week Program

In celebration of our 25th Anniversary as an essential gathering for corporate learning leaders and innovators, we have revamped the program to address each one of your business objectives and enhanced the experiences you will be having on-site to advance your personal and professional developmen ...

Key Event Info

Early Event Info Part 2: CLW 2020

In this Part 2 Early Event Info Release, check out the newest members joining our CLW AdBoard from organizations like UnitedHealth Group, Ernst & Young, National Nuclear Security Administration (and more!), as well as our initiatives on how we plan to help you in your personal and professional development, and...

Early Event Info Part 1: CLW 2020

Access the Part 1 Early Event Info Release to see what you can expect next year, including:EARLY-CONFIRMED SPEAKERS: CLOs, Heads, and VPs of Learning & Development spanning across every industryKEY THEMES FOR 2020: Each topic we'll cover will address both strategic an tactical initiatives and how you can empower your...

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Customizable "Dear Boss" Letter & ROI Calculator

Start building your case to attend CLW with our "Dear Boss" letter & attendee expense calculator. Created for your convenience as an editable, Word document, you can use this letter to showcase the value of attending the event as well as present your boss with an estimate of the cost...

Past Attendee Snapshot

DOWNLOAD our past attendee snapshot to get a better feel for who you can expect to meet and learn from at CLW 2020!

New Content!

New Q&A: How Performance Management Can Help Build a Learning Culture

New research about what drives performance has helped businesses understand that traditional performance management (goal setting, reviews, ratings, forced distribution curves) isn’t doing much to actually drive performance or motivate employees; rather it’s focused on the fair allocation of rewards at the end of the year. And that process can...

Exclusive Q&A: Building Inclusive Leaders by Embracing Diversity

We’ve read time and time again that there’s a lack of diversity that spans from the board room to even televised award shows. And while D&I is becoming more common in conversation, there’s much more work to be done. That’s why, as corporate trainers, it’s essential to ensure that employees...

Exclusive Q&A: Running Learning Like a Business

Running training like a business. You’ve heard people say it, but what does it really mean and how could it help you be more successful? David Vance, Executive Director for the Center for Talent Reporting, has been talking about Running Training/Learning like a Business ever since he ran Caterpillar University,...

New eBook! Knowledge Worker Productivity and the Practice of Self-Management

No one is too young or too old to learn. We can literally force our brains to work in new and marvelous ways by adapting new thought patterns to help us make better decisions, ask the right questions and continuously improve our individual (and corporate) productivity via the practice of...

Exclusive Q&A: Delivering Wider Outcomes With Limited Budgets

In good practice (and business), we can assume that most internal training organizations try to avoid exorbitant cost-spending, even more-so when that money is coming from your local taxpayers. Adele Cook, Chief Learning Officer of the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) and upcoming speaker at Corporate Learning Week 2020...

Exclusive Q&A: Diversity & Inclusion: More Than Just a Seat at the Table

While they may seem subtle, micro-inequities can greatly impact engagement as your organization unknowingly creates outsiders of its employees. Khalilah Lyons, MHRIR, PHR, HCS, SWP, Diversity & Inclusion Leader at Discover Financial Services, shares how your company can begin disrupting conversations to integrate D&I into everyday work and life.Key takeaways...

Exclusive Q&A: Augmented Reality with Walter Davis, Head of Talent & Learning Application at Aggreko

In this interview, Walter Davis, Head of Talent and Learning Application at Aggreko gave us a sneak peek into his session for Corporate Learning Week 2020. Get a glimpse of the role that augmented reality plays at Aggreko, why it’s a trend and considerations for integrating it at your company....

Helping Managers Turn Over a New Leaf in Leadership Behaviors

The costs of organizational turnover have substantial economic consequences. Accordingly, scholars and practitioners have strategized how to reduce followers’ turnover intentions, potentially saving organizations the direct and indirect costs of turnover. The literature provides evidence that leaders’ behaviors directly impact subordinates’ turnover intentions. This research studied leaders and followers in...

CLW's Greatest Hits: Reports, Infographics & eBooks

Results from our Annual Survey: Top L&D Leadership Priorities for 2018

Results from our survey of over 100+ senior-level corporate learning executives on their top L&D challenges, investments and key objectives for 2018. 

Where is Learning Analytics Heading in 2018? Key Trends, Challenges & More

We surveyed 100+ learning analytics leaders to find out what's trending in 2018? Learn more about:Budget Trajectory for Learning Analytics Solutions in 2018Learning Analytics Solutions TrendsTop Metrics for determing ROI on L&D Investments Top Challenges in learning analytics adoptionand more!

From Hands-On to Headset: VR + Immersive Technology for L&D E-Book

Our VR and Immersive Tech e-book contains 3 case studies from the next frontier of L&D. Download 3 presentations on:Virtualization, Globalization and the New World of Work. An Interview with Karmiko Burton, Senior Manager, Global Franchise Training & Capability, Taco BellHow Wells Fargo Leverages Voice Enabled Intelligence Augmentation to Improve...

How 5 Fortune 500 Companies Approach Learning & Development

Reality check your corporate learning framework in this overview of how the biggest and most profitable approach L&D. Take a look at how Walmart, Ford, Nationwide, AT&T and Boeing have:Established a big picture vision for learning excellenceHave tied their learning objectives to business priorities Cultivated a culture of innovation and...