Learning & Devt. 3.0 Seminar

Learning by doing to drive business change
2015-10-21 - 2015-10-22
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The 2nd HRcoreACADEMY will give you access to: 2 Streams 29 High-level expert speakers 120+ HR professionals 21 Case-Studies from leading Organisations 3 hands-on HR workshops 1 workshop on Business Creativity 1 Exclusive Cocktail party 2 days of Post-event Masterclass Ÿ And much more... CHAIRMAN CEO & Co-Founder, Talmundo SPEAKER PANEL Global Head of Learning, Maersk Oil Academy Technology Manager, Hitachi Data Systems Associate VP – Group Head of Learning, Sanofi Group Head of Technology Assisted Learning, FirstGroup CEO, Gamelearn Executive Director, Learning Innovation, IESE Business School Global Programs Director - Alcatel-Lucent University, Alcatel-Lucent Head of Innovation Technology and Learning, Air France - KLM Group Head of Learning Innovation, Zurich Insurance Company Global Head of L&D, Air Liquide - E&C Solutions SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER Cyriel Kortleven, Businnes Creativity & Innovation expert, Author of 'Less is Beautiful' and 'Timespiration' Our journey to creating transformative learning begins with new criteria, meaningful experiences, and smart, innovative development paths. Talents & Leaders that will succeed tomorrow are not created with systems built yesterday. Within the last 5 years, the tenacity and depth of change has taken place in business has changed the entire landscape. To keep up with this change and survive in a new uncertain, global environment our development process must also adapt and quickly. Organisations are already investing heavily in flexible approaches to training and development as they recognise that offering flexible and engaging learning techniques ultimately enhances and supports the learning experience. The benefits of delivering solutions that are increasingly relevant to employees are significant and provide benefits including improved learning outcomes as well as faster and more efficient delivery of education. As the waves of generational and technological change continue, it is important that learning and development professionals position themselves to not be left behind. During this seminar we will look ahead to where executive development and education are moving in the coming decades. Globalisation, transformation and digitalisation are driving our world deeper into the Cyber-Age. We have already entered it at full speed which has had and will continue to have, a dramatic impact on executives' education and development.

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