After surveying 100+ global learning and development leaders to gain a better understanding of where learning analytics is headed over the next few years. The survey results provide insight into budget trajectories for 2019, investment priorities over the next 24 months, top challenges, analytics maturity benchmarks, the most popular metrics for determining ROI on L&D investments and more.
Presentation by Armando Lourenzo, Chief Learning Officer, Ernst & Young Brazil
Presentation by Kevin M. Yates, Manager, Learning Systems, McDonald's
Presentation by Maria F. Fernandez, Director of Training, Development and Implementation, Parkland Hospital
Presentation by Dr. Trish Holliday, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Assistant Commissioner & State CLO, Tennessee State Government Department of Human Resources
It’s not just about attracting the right talent; it’s about knowing how to keep them. Our distinguished keynote will share a transferrable toolkit including templates to help you
prepare for the future!
Presentation by Casper Moerck, Head of Learning Technology, Global Learning Campus, Americas, Siemens
In a world where learning technology is exploding – new apps, new solutions - the landscape is evolving faster than ever. The CLOs of today and tomorrow are not just managing people but an entire ecosystem of technology. What is the current state of learning technology and what will the future look like in 2025?
Presentation by Mike Pino, Ph.D., Global Learning Partner, Cognizant Digital Business
Digital transformation requires collective knowledge work. The emerging neuroscience behind effective collective intelligence has been applied to diversity measures and inclusive leadership approaches. Though these efforts help reduce feeling like an outsider – whether based on language, culture, race, or personality type – these efforts have been slow to yield results , often resulting in regrettable attrition.
Some organizations have discovered a new way forward: connecting individually-focused L&D efforts to these D&I efforts. Developing interpersonal, “power” skills, helps employees overcome the feeling of invisibility, finding ways to stand out and be noticed. The organizational benefits are likewise improved when individual employees overcome the feeling of invisibility so that they contribute and be a valuable resource in an organization and with teams. We’ll cover the what and the how in this session, making it easier to learn what’s working.
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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 more info on our enhanced networking opportunities.
If you missed Part 1 of the Early Event Info Release where we announced our Early-Confirmed Speakers, Key Themes, and all the new and exciting things we have in store for 2020, download it here or email us to request a copy.
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 industry
KEY THEMES FOR 2020: Each topic we'll cover will address both strategic an tactical initiatives and how you can empower your talent to achieve measurable and quantifiable results
THE CLW EXPERIENCE: From continuing education credits, to CLO Power Panels, to our renowned CUBIC Awards, we have a TON of experiences that will make your time OOO worthwhile!
If you missed Part 2 of the Early Event Info Release where we announced our new AdBoard, as well as our initiatives on how we plan to help you in your personal and professional development, and more info on our enhanced networking opportunities, download it here or email us to request a copy.
Our past Corporate Learning Week saw over 200 learning, training and development leaders and 20+ sponsors join us to discuss ways to increase performance, maximize profits, make more tactical decisions, and offer more effective training and development to future proof workforce knowledge gaps. Start building your case to attend the 2020 Corporate Learning Week Conference March 23-26 in Austin, TX and celebrate 25 years with us!
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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 often demotivate employees.
The big question is… what should companies do instead?
In this interview, Corporate Learning Week speaker Rob Ollander-Krane, Head of Talent Planning and Performance at Gap Inc., shares:
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 at every level are competent and confident in their roles, with the ability to excel. It not only takes an investment but a focus on inclusion–one that Merck has seen with eyes wide open.
Get a glimpse into one of Corporate Learning Week’s keynote sessions by Tivonnia Harvey, AVP, CLO at Merck. In this interview, she shares how Merck is:
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, from 2001-2007. He knows firsthand how this isn’t difficult in concept, but can be quite challenging in practice.
In this exclusive interview, Dave scratches the surface of his Corporate Learning Week workshop, and shares his experience of applying business principles to learning and:
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 self-management.
In this new ebook, Knowledge Worker Productivity and the Practice of Self-Management, Dr. Jeremy Hunter and J. Scott Scherer will enlighten you to restructure your thinking by presenting you with a powerful methodology for letting go of old attitudes that keep many people stuck in traditional mind-sets and unable (or unwilling) to radically liberate themselves from self-imposed boundaries.
If you learn to liberate yourself (and you most definitely can), you’ll see things previously unseen, and open yourself up to a new world full of possibilities.