Conference Day Two
8:15 am - 9:00 am MORNING COFFEE, NETWORKING AND REGISTRATION
9:45 am - 10:45 am PANEL DISCUSSION: MEASURING THE IMPACT OF L&D TECHNOLOGIES
- How remote and mobile enabled learning might inspire greater intuitive learning and decision-making
- To what extent is technology democratising learning and development and enabling employees to take control over what they learn, and when?
- How can new technologies support employees’ personal well-being inside and outside the workplace?
- How can we ensure technology is bias free in the future?
- Is technology a benefit for neurodiversity?
Paul DeemerHead of Diversity and Inclusion
Sandhi MishraVice President – Training
JP Morgan Asset Management
10:45 am - 11:15 am MORNING BREAK AND NETWORKING
11:15 am - 11:45 am PRACTICALLY APPLYING AR AND VR AS A L&D TOOL
- Why we invested in this technology, and the difference it is making in educating our staff
- A report last year showed education as one of the sectors expected to attract most AR/VR-related investment over the next 12 months
- How VR has been successfully used as a training tool so far
James BartonDigital Learning & Design Manager
11:45 am - 12:45 pm PANEL DISCUSSION: KEEPING THE ESSENCE OF FACE-TO-FACE, BUT REMOTELY: HOW ARE EMERGING L&D TECHNOLOGIES REINTERPRETING TRADITIONAL METHODS OF LEARNING?
- Advantages of utilising technology to connect instructors and learners remotely and flexibly across time zones
- How is technology such as webinars and shared screens currently impacting corporate learning and development? How might they influence remote and peer-group learning in the future?
- Can, or will, technology training ever fully replace human presence?
Giorgia Gamba QuilliamContent Manager, Learning & Development
Justin UkrainskiHead of Learning