Presented by Grovo
This guide explains the method, philosophy, and business benefits of microlearning. The idea is simple: in an environment of information overload, small content is the only way to engage learners in the process of building successful behaviors.
The CUBIC Award for Leadership Development Excellence recognizes L&D departments that have developed strong leadership programs designed to retain top performers, including a focus on mentorship, HiPo development and coaching.
The CUBIC Award for Corporate University of the Year recognizes a corporate university that has successfully launched or shown continued excellence at a strategic level, assisting its parent organization in achieving its mission. These teams have identified and supported the performance requirements of the business, and engaged business executives as partners in developing and executing programs. The L&D departments show evidence of best use of technology and creative problem solving with roadblocks.
Interested in optimizing your learning ecosystem? In this packet find out how leading edge companies such as RBC and IBM cultivate exceptional learning experiences with design thinking, learning analytics and business-aligned L&D strategies. Includes 3 past presentations on:
A collection of 7 Conversations with 7 2017 CLW speakers on core L&D concepts, innovations and methodologies such as:
Hear thought-provoking perspectives from L&D leaders such as:
Presentation by Tony Herrera, Chief Learning Officer, LPL Financial on the dynamic concepts and skills of effective coaching. As they deal with these issues they explore the assumptions embedded in their view of the problem, and how these assumptions often drive their thinking and behavior. By learning to actively surface and test their thinking and the logic inherent in their views, participants can greatly enhance their organizational and professional effectiveness, and effectively tackle problems that would otherwise go unaddressed or unsolved.
Presentation by Michelle Thompson, Vice President of Learning and Development, Capital Group. The past 3 engagement surveys at Capital Group delivered a clear message that our associates felt we could improve our support of their careers and their development. After detailed analysis, Capital Group established an enterprise philosophy and focused on upskilling our leaders and empowering our associates. This session will outline the journey and provide broad ranging solutions designed to address our associate’s needs.