What makes organizations successful? Today, most successful companies are learning organizations. These organizations are composed of engaged, motivated employees who continually seek improvement, which leads to
organizational agility and the ability to innovate ahead of the curve. When you encourage learning at every level, from the intern to the C suite, you gain a more highly skilled workforce with a greater ability to act in any situation.
Get a snapshot of what our 2017 keynote speaker Russell Sarder, Author, Investor and CEO of NetCom Learning and Sarder TV/Business Practitioner & Mentor, Columbia University talked about last fall such as:
Presentation by Ben Leikach, Vice President of Strategic Alliances, Evenium
Presentation by Mary Farrell, Senior Leader, R&D Supply Chain Learning Academies, The Hershey Company
Did you ever try to create learning assets while the process was still being finalized or before the facility was even built? This was certainly a new challenge for Hershey’s Supply Chain Learning team. Come and hear how the team embedded themselves in the business and created role-based curriculums and innovative learning solutions as the project unfolded.
If your coaching discipline doesn’t align to bottom-line results, it simply doesn’t get the job done. Drawing on expertise as Head of Leadership, Management, and Coaching for LinkedIn, Jeremy Stover will discuss his organization’s approach to contextualized, metric-driven coaching. He’ll also offer his expertise on helping teams reframe coaching as a strategic discipline, while offering his expertise on helping teams think of this as a more strategic, data-driven.
Jeremy Stover, Head of Senior Leadership Development and Coaching, LinkedIn
Presentation by Kelley Cornish, SVP, Head of Diversity and Inclusion, TD. Drawing on 25 years of experience as a multi-industry diversity and inclusion leader, Kelley Cornish will unpack the ways in which D&I must be a crucial component for today’s learning and talent development programs.