Human Capital Media, Chief Learning Officer magazine publisher, has announced the final details for the Chief Learning Officer Symposium 17, a conference for senior learning and development professionals, corporate executives, and human capital management leaders worldwide. The event will take place April 24 – 26, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs, Florida.
Focused on the theme Learning: The Fuel for Performance, the event offers opportunities for industry professionals to earn recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR.
Mike Jordan, Global Head of Talent and Learning at HP Inc., will outline how his company has transformed the way employees develop, connect, and learn. After evaluating what was working, what was broken, and what was missing in its current approach, the Talent and Learning team partnered with stakeholders across the organization to build “Brain Candy,” an employee-centric platform for learning, sourced by employees and business teams and named by focus groups within the organization. With more than 15,000 active users in the first two weeks, the initiative has grown to include over 78% of content curated by employees and more than 66,000 individual learning completions.
April 24, 2017
* Breakfast with the champions
* The advantage of disadvantage: How to transform adversity into action
* Building a relevance engine: Curation strategies for high-impact performance
* Turning managers into leaders: A scalable, collaborative approach to management development
* From silos to healthy and happy: How Adventist Health System is transforming its learning culture
* Creating an impactful learning culture at the Adecco Group
* Linking learning to business results
* Conquering the great divide: Building consensus between IT and CLOs
* Learning’s role in transformation change
* Building a culture of learning at Dickey’s Barbecue
* Going beyond the motions with job rotations
April 25, 2017
* Creating a distinctive learning brand at GE
* Move fast, think big: Building a brand leader
* Millennial leaders: A new breed or more of the same?
* Riding the digital wave
* Navigate change with presence and authenticity
* The goldfish glitch: Think small to win big in training
* Leveraging strategic partnerships to implement innovative and impactful learning technology
* How to implement skill-based learning in your enterprise
* Experimentation as a driver of innovation
* Start-up learning kCura
* Foreseeing the next big innovations and marketplace risks
* The most important employee benefit you can offer (after cash)
* The future of L&D: Becoming a key influence in your company’s retention and success strategies
* How HP reinvented learning and development using “brain candy”
* How Sally Beauty is using technology to move the needle on employee engagement
* How do you support a learner-driven environment?
* Harnessing the global revolution in learning
* Learning at Lucasfilm: A Star Wars story
* Micro-learning BLOOMS at BCBSNC
April 26, 2017
* Taking on learning’s sacred cows
* Developing leaders agility in a dynamic, volatile and uncertain world
* Re-engineering performance management
* Training resource management: Using technology to manage ILT cost and profitability
* Business as Unusual: Becoming a deliberately developmental organization
For more information on the CLO Symposium, visit their Web site.
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