I4PL Annual Conference

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Time

Function

Speaker(s)

Sunday, October 14, 2018

12:00PM – 5:00PM

Registration

Monday, October 15, 2018

12:00PM – 5:00PM

Registration

8:00AM – 10:00PM

Exhibitor Set-Up

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

7:30AM – 5:00PM

Registration

7:30AM – 5:00PM

Exhibitor Area Open

7:30AM – 8:30AM

Breakfast and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

8:30AM – 10:00AM

Official Opening & Opening Plenary: TBD

10:00AM – 10:30AM

Coffee Break and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

10:30AM – 12:00PM

Concurrent Sessions

12:00PM – 1:00PM

Lunch and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

1:00PM – 2:00PM

Breakout Session: Retain the Magic of In-Person When You Go Virtual

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

This session focuses on the challenges we can face when attempting to use adult learning principles in a virtual environment, and how these can be resolved. We will use three case studies to engage participants in designing creative approaches to dealing with the challenges. Case #1 describes a 5-day technical course that was delivered in a blended class, one group in person, 4 other sites report (2 countries, 5 cities). Case #2 describes a flipped virtual classroom to offer standard national training for glider pilots across Canada. Case # 3 describes the transition of a successful face-to-face 2-day workshop to a synchronous virtual offering. Participants will be asked to subgroup around their interest in a particular case, and try to address the challenges from their own experience. The facilitators will then present what they did in the real-life scenario, and discuss with the group the various ideas presented by all.

David Donaldson,
Marilyn Laiken

Breakout Session: Surfacing Skills with Open Badges

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

In this interactive 101-style workshop, you’ll learn about Open Badges as digital credentials of skills and how businesses and other organizations are starting to use them to make skills visible. You’ll get hands-on experience creating meaningful badges that authentically recognize skills in ways that are useful to HR, line managers and employees. We’ll use examples from employers such as IBM, the Government of Canada and Doctors Without Borders to give you ideas on how you can use Open Badges for competency-based workforce development. We’ll even provide tools and the capability to build your own badges. You’ll leave ramped and ready to get started on your own badging system!

Don Presant

Breakout Session: Integrating Social Media into Leadership Development

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

This session presents a framework on how to effectively leverage social media to build new front line IT supervisors. The presentation begins with a brief overview of the challenges facing those becoming supervisors. The presentation outlines the context and demands for learning from IT supervisors, and examines how social media can be integrated with traditional learning methods to overcome those challenges. The material highlights how this approach improved communication, knowledge sharing and the evolution of management best practices. The session explores several factors to be considered when applying this framework. The presentation closes with a final overview of the framework and a call for action to apply and evolve that framework.

David Bedard

2:15PM – 3:15PM

Breakout Session: MicroLearning: Are you ready for it?

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

It’s no secret that many employees are feeling overwhelmed with competing priorities and increased responsibilities and changing technology. For many, work-life balance remains elusive as they struggle to navigate through a fast- paced, ever-changing, contemporary workplace, where they’re expected to produce more with less. Further compounding this problem is that the nature of how we learn today is very different than in the past. Rather than engage in traditional learning and development models, which require them to step away from their respective roles and responsibilities for hours or sometimes days, today’s employees are seeking out learning opportunities that are targeted, time-efficient and will have the biggest impact on their day to day activities.

It’s time for organizations to consider Microlearning as a possible solution. Spend an hour and learn from the National Defence experience. We will share lessons learned, tips and tools and host an interactive session to learn from each other.

Lori Shelton,
Christine Te

Breakout Session: Internet of Things (IoT) For Talent Development

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

The “Internet of Things” (IoT) has become an increasingly growing topic. By 2020, there will be over 20 billion devices connected to the Internet (Gartner Inc.). Internet of Things (IOT) is a complex interconnected network of “Things” via the Internet. For this presentation my focus will be the application of IoT in TD. It will be related – but not limited to – what I explained in this article: http://design.hr.com/ExcellenceEssentials/HRSP/2017/HRSP_NoveMber_2017/page_45.html

Alan Bostakian

Breakout Session: Future Ready Me

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

“Who will you be in 2033?” This question might be something you ask yourself from time to time. Or, if you’re like most people, it’s not something you think about much at all. You’re in L&D and you worry about building the knowledge and skills of other people, right? That might be part of it. But cognitively, we are not wired to think very far into the future. So what can you do to take control of what’s next? This session will help you to consider questions about what you are doing to prepare yourself for the skills of your future, to consider what your role in L&D might be in two years, five years and beyond. You will learn two specific techniques to help you think like a futurist and then guide what happens next.

Sue Donnelly

3:15PM – 3:45PM

Coffee Break and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

4:00PM – 5:00PM

Breakout Session: Practice: Overcoming Our Reluctance to Refine Our Skills at Work

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

“Budget one hour of rehearsal for every minute of stage time.” -Aaron Frankel, author of How to Write a Broadway Musical With some rough math, an average Broadway musical would require approximately 15 days of rehearsal. Business does not seem to share the same passion for practice as other professions. In business the notion of practice might seem unrealistic, a waste of time, and in some cases even comical or silly. So what role can Learning and Development professionals play in introducing practice in the workplace? This session will explore the benefits and challenges of implementing practice, and the strategies and tech that can support its implementation, so employees can effectively refine their skills.

Carlo Sicoli

Breakout Session: Designing and Developing Learning Analytics for Corporate Learning Programs: A Risk Management Perspective

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

Corporate learning analytics are the collection, measurement, analysis and reporting of learning achievements (or absence of achievements) by the employees, departments and other corporate entities. In this session, I will share a case study that will showcase the learning analytics development phases of the education requirements of the Lower Mainland Facilities Management (LMFM) staff. I will discuss the value of the learning analytics in corporate context for the purpose of improving organizational performance and decision support. Monitoring of mandatory training for certain jobs-roles is a corporate responsibility from a risk management perspective. In this case study I will show the design structure of the database that is driving the learning analytics as well as review all the possible outcomes from collecting learning analytics data.

Tahir Joseph

Breakout Session: Innovation in Learning: Reimagining the Future of Learning

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

This session explores the evolution and new frontiers of learning technology – innovations that are making learning more immersive, contextual, and relevant for both learners today and those in our future workplace. See how technologies such as Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and 3D Animation are revolutionizing training across verticals. Gain insights into the challenges of learners today, and how innovative learning design and technology can truly bridge the gap. Join Anna Kuehl from MPS Interactive Systems as she delves into how learning can become future-ready today.

Anna Kuehl

5:15PM – 6:00PM

Special Supplier Sessions

6:15PM – 8:30PM

Summit Opening Reception for all Delegates on the EdTech Expo Trade Floor

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

7:30AM – 5:00PM

Registration

7:30AM – 8:30PM

Exhibitor Area Open

7:30AM – 8:30AM

Breakfast and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

8:00AM – 8:30AM

I4PL – AGM

8:30AM – 9:30AM

Opening Plenary: TBD

9:30AM – 10:00AM

Coffee Break and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

10:00AM – 11:00AM

Breakout Session: Skilling the Workforce: Strategies for Learning in the Digital Age

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

New technologies, empowered and picky employees, and executives that demand results are fundamentally changing the role that L&D must play in the business. As organizations become more intent on adaptable and innovative workforces, L&D capabilities must move from “doing” to “influencing”. Find out how you can empower a culture of continuous learning both in strategy and tools.

Sarah Danzl,
Tristan Cammaert

Breakout Session: Case Study: 7 Maxims from a World Leading Company that developed a Digital Learning Architecture

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

Case study of Canadian Technology leader that leveraged a Digital Learning Architecture to optimize its talent performance management, learning and business growth strategy. In this session, 7 maxims will be presented that can help leaders transform how they can better train, engage and empower talent from onboarding to succession. Takeaways include a 30, 90 and 360 day interactive roadmap that help to action the 7 maxims in your organization.

Harish Chauhan

Breakout Session: The Three Domains of Mastery – Take Your Facilitation Game to the Next Level

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

At the heart of an exceptional learning experience, there is likely to be a masterful facilitator. A facilitator who transforms learning environments, and makes training fun and engaging. A facilitator who inspires action in others and drives results for the organizations they serve. Do you aspire to be that facilitator? What’s your path to mastery? Come prepared to discover a set of tools and techniques. You’ll learn the secrets of facilitation excellence in both traditional and virtual classrooms. Come prepared to experiment with new ideas and sharpen your skills.

Moe Poirier

11:15AM – 12:15PM

Breakout Session: Join Us at the Intersection of Legacy Content and Social Learning

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

How do you bring core content to life while creating a collaborative community of like-minded professionals who come together to learn, grow and share? You think outside the box! Meet the Credit Union Institute of Canada; CUIC. Born in 1980’s this product line has supported thousands of credit union professionals across the country since it was first introduced. It’s helped these individuals achieve their academic goals and, in partnership with Dalhousie University has awarded accreditations in key areas of credit union expertise. After thirty years CUIC was a go-to product in many ways, except in its delivery. Facilitators of cohort deliveries struggled to overcome the challenges of an asynchronous environment. Learners worked through mountains of complex material, also alone. There had to be a better way and, in 2017 we found it by partnering with another I4PL member. Jump into this session and immerse yourself in a pilot project that has elevated this product delivery to the next level.

Janet Toner,
Shawn Mintz

Breakout Session: 9 Things to Know About Productivity in Learning

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

This session is about the power of knowing what you really produce and how you produce it. This interactive experience will provide you with insight into knowing how long it takes to design and develop one hour of learning, how you can measure your output in Learning Hours Produced (LHP), its relationship with ROI and how to make smart resource decisions based on data management.

Juan Naranjo

Breakout Session: The Neuroscience of Effective Video for Learning

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

Have you ever wondered what makes one instructional video interesting and another not so much? It’s critical that we, as learning and development professionals, understand what makes instructional content engaging and impactful. Skillsoft has teamed with MIT and Accenture to study the brain science behind learning and retention. This session will provide you with an overview of this emerging research and share early findings that will challenge you to think differently about video-based content. Learn how best to design instructional content for maximum retention. Hear the impact of high interest factor video-based content on learner engagement and retention. Understand how specific approaches to learning assessment can impact engagement and recall.

Heide Abelli

12:30PM – 1:30PM

Lunch and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

1:30PM – 2:30PM

Breakout Session: Why is Virtual Reality Still Broken? How to Leverage Immersive Technology and Serious Games for Training

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

In this session we will explore the current research literature on virtual reality which indicates that is a weak method for teaching and learning. We will probe this research and our own ongoing projects at Humber College and UOIT to determine how to improve the value of VR for training. We will explore immersive technologies such as VR, AR and 360 video from the standpoint of effectiveness. Participants will learn how to identify the appropriate ways to use immersive tech and learn how to avoid common costly pitfalls in implementation.

David Chandross

Breakout Session: Learning ROI: It’s About What You Do On the Job

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

Digital options for corporate learning have become increasingly widespread, giving learners access to materials on demand, according to their schedule. However, learning online can make assessing progress and return on investment more challenging for learning professionals. Metrics like completion of modules, amount of time spent, and scores on built-in quizzes do not give a full picture of whether or not the learning experiences will have a meaningful impact on on- the-job performance. Too often, the material is presented in a way that is far removed from the real demands of the work environment, and learners find it difficult to apply what they have learned. In this session, we will present a practical approach for assessing the ROI of digital learning and give you the tools you need to develop a plan that you could implement in your organization. Learn how to measure what matters for your investment: what gets applied!

Melissa Hartley,
Philip Hunter

Breakout Session: Helping People Learn in the Digital Age: Four Key Factors to Build Into Your Learning Designs

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

In this interactive session, you will work collaboratively with your learning and performance improvement colleagues to create a brand new model of learning for the digital age. Working from a skeleton framework, which is supported and informed by research, you will further the design of a four factor open source model which you can then use freely within your organization to accelerate learning in the digital age.

Brian Ward

2:45PM – 3:45PM

Breakout Session: Avoid Death By Conference Call – Creating More Engaging Virtual Conversations

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

From WebEx, Zoom and Skype, increasingly, our clients and ourselves are exploring the power and reach of virtual conversations. Unfortunately, many are jaded by inefficient conference calls, and tech issues which have led the notion that virtual calls need to be a “one way” download of too much information! It doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, virtual calls today can feel as if we are all in the same room, imbued by similar intimacy. Join Effective Virtual Conversations author, Jennifer Britton, for interactive breakout session where we will explore ingredients, techniques and tools for creating a more engaging virtual conversation – whether you are leading a virtual team meeting, facilitating a virtual group coaching session, or you are looking to launch a webinar.

Jennifer Britton

Breakout Session: Leading@Kitchener: A 360 Point of View

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

The City of Kitchener and Live to Learn partnered to develop, design and deliver a leadership development program titled Leading@Kitchener. The program design was customized and aligned to the City’s mission, vision, core values and their 5 unique leadership traits and 25 associated behaviours. 180 leaders at all levels participated in a blended learning format including the use of a Leadership Assessment 360 Tool which measured their knowledge, skills and demonstration of the 5 leadership traits at the start and end of the process; facilitated classroom training; online learning modules, knowledge assessments and individual learning to action plans linked to their 360 results. The 360 tool was used to measure growth as it related to individual leaders and as a collective organizationally. Join us to learn more about this two year journey from its inception including stakeholder support, program components, design, delivery, the 360 assessments and finally – the RESULTS!

Kate Jones,
Marilyn Otten,
Tami Turner

Breakout Session: Inspiring Self-Motivated Learning – In the Digital Age

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

Inspiring employees to learn not because they have to, but because they want to. Exploring the science of Self-Motivated Learning in the Digital Age.

Dave Buzanko

3:45PM – 4:15PM

Coffee Break and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

4:15PM – 5:15PM

Breakout Session: How Can I Optimize the Online Learning Experience?

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

You know how it can be challenging to demand the uninterrupted attention of audiences? This session will give you practical tips for gaining and keeping your audience’s engagement so that your message is heard, and your objectives are met. Do you want your learners to multitask and check emails during your webinars, or do you want to boost their involvement in the learning process? And if you haven’t delved into the online learning space, this session might just encourage you to take the leap.

Tisha Parker-Kemp

Breakout Session: Social Learning: Collaborating to Create Solutions to Today’s Complex Issues

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

As our world becomes more complex and our organizations become both flatter in structure and ‘softer’ around the edges with our value chains becoming more critical for survival and growth, there is clearly a need to change the way we support and encourage the learning and development of our people. In this session we explore social learning in the context of today’s rapidly evolving organizations. We will dig deep into the “20” in the 70-20-10 model and learn about the many flavors of peer-learning.

Philip LeNir

Breakout Session: Professional Designations in Performance and Learning – CTDP & CTP

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

Looking for ways to get your existing skills and knowledge recognized? Ready to take the next step in your career?
The Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP) and Certified Training Practitioner (CTP) are the only designations for workplace performance and learning professionals in Canada. This session is designed for current and prospective candidates to learn about the certification application and assessment process. You will hear from recently certified members about their experience, and their tips and recommendations for preparing for the knowledge exam, as well as skill demo or portfolio submission. You will get the opportunity to connect with fellow candidates, potential candidates, and certified members. Come prepared with all your questions, you will break into different groups, and have the opportunity to move around and ask different panelists about different assessments and certification paths.

Laila Mourad (I4PL’s Certification Coordinator)

5:15PM – 6:00PM

Special Supplier Sessions

5:30PM – 6:30PM

Certificate Session – Professional Designations in Performance and Learning – CTDP & CTP

7:00PM

Dinner on your own – A Taste of the World

Special discounts are available to I4PL 2018 delegates at a selection of restaurants and cafés within walking distance of The Western Harbour Castle, Toronto upon presentation of their delegate badge.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

7:30AM – 5:00PM

Registration

7:30AM – 5:00PM

Exhibitor Area Open

7:30AM – 8:30AM

Breakfast and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

8:30AM – 9:30AM

Opening Plenary: TBD

9:30AM – 10:00AM

Coffee Break and Visits to Exhibitor booths

10:00AM – 11:00AM

Breakout Session: Give Your eLearning Design a Face Lift Now with UX/UI Principles

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

Who hasn’t sat through (or designed) an hour-long eLearning module that simply is a page turner with the ever familiar “Click Next to continue”? Learners get lost in the non-intuitive navigation and slides are full of clutter. Learners aren’t engaged, and worst of all, they might miss out on important content. The good news is, you can change that. Reignite your passion for designing outstanding digital learning experiences by taking a different look at your design process. Simplify the user experience by following some basic user interface design rules and get inspired by free tools and resources. Join me in this session and learn why every good instructional designer should add UX/UI design to their toolkit.

Bianca Baumann

Breakout Session: How Data Is Your Ticket To World Domination

Track: Assessment and Return on Investment

In organizations today, there’s a tendency to focus on how technology can deliver content in faster and more appealing ways, rather than exploring how tohelp learners implement the individual behaviour changes required to support both personal growth and business objectives. As companies embrace data in their operations, they are expecting people-focused functions to provide data that demonstrates how they contribute to strategic business outcomes. We’ll cover both sides of this equation – how to deliver learning in ways that supports individual behaviour change, and how technology can provide more powerful evidence of learning outcomes, increasing L&D’s strategic influence in the process. Learning should be a strategic arm of achieving business objectives, and not a “nice to have” that gets cut in lean times. The session will include a small case study to explore how to leverage learning data to generate new conversations about learning and change.

Alyssa Burkus

Breakout Session: Leadership Learning: Secrets of Success from Canada’s Silicon Valley

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

As organizations undergo digital transformation, the world of work is changing and your leaders need to adapt and change with it. Join us in this interactive session to learn about a proven methodology and real life case study of leadership development from Canada’s Silicon Valley. Whether you need to develop 5 or 5000 leaders to help your organization grow and compete, this session will help you align your learning to your organizational objectives and scale your program to develop your leadership pipeline. We’ll share tools to build alignment and a case study of a scalable leadership program from real-life experience in tech companies based in Waterloo. You’ll come away with ideas and new connections to get started or add to your organization’s leadership development!

Sarah Nicholl,
Lisa Dakin-Bartels

11:15AM – 12:15PM

Breakout Session: What L&D Can Apply: How Marketing is Using AI, AR, and Machine Learning

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

It’s no secret the marketing industry is investing millions on emerging technology to change people’s behavior. What can L&D learn from their endeavors? How can we capitalize on their success and failures to design learning solutions that incorporate their best practices and are truly effective? In this game-based session, you’ll explore the leading practices the world’s top marketers are using in artificial intelligence, chat bots, augmented reality, machine learning, and personalization that are changing behavior, and you’ll examine how you can apply these in a learning program. You’ll see the success and mistakes that marketers have made, and you’ll apply best practices to create effective training solutions.

Danielle Wallace

Breakout Session: Cloudy With a Chance of Learning: Blended Solution Challenges in a Digital World

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

Where once Blended Learning was cornerstone of L&D departments, and not seen much elsewhere, the use of ubiquitous mobile technologies like tablets and cellphones that allows digital natives to access information quickly has changed this almost overnight. For today’s digital natives, Blended learning has long been an integral part of their learning processes and habits. One major difference between digital natives and those born prior to this era is the former’s reliance on IT, as they create and share their own work. How can we as L&D professionals leverage this inherent behavior and the technology available to deliver truly next generation blend that still appeals to everyone including digital non-natives? Given the often mandatory, rigid nature of many corporate learning programs, how can you offer truly “blended” solutions? Do you really want to? Beyond hot consumer tech buzzwords, how do mobile, social, and LXP technologies actually allow you to do your job better, improving learning outcomes at your company?

Lisa Ryan

Breakout Session: Learning Through Critical Reflection

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

How can educators self-assess themselves and become better? Yes, they can analyze learners’ assessments/performance results, survey their learners and receive feedback from observers, but often they only receive what they only want to hear. Through critical reflection, you can self-assess your performance, compare yourself to others and develop yourself. This session will provide tools to become a critical reflective professional and learn through reflections.

Sylvia Baronian

12:30PM – 1:30PM

Lunch and Visits to Exhibitor Booths

1:30PM – 2:30PM

Breakout Session: Bringing Together Social Interactions and Technology: Modernizing Onboarding and Online Training

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

Let us take you through the possibilities of using technology to help shape social interactions in the workplace. Technology is a great tool to bring people together for both fun and educational activities. Learn about how we were able to use simple, free technology to help onboard our new hires, teach them about the organization, and encourage them to meet their coworkers and senior management team. Brining social interactions back into online onboarding helps to humanize the experience. You will be able to take part in the experience yourself! Be inspired to revamp your online learning to include social interactions. We will provide you with a few ideas to help get your creative ideas flowing.

Ashley McMullan

Breakout Session: Connecting Through Story in the Digital World

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

Our digital world is a busy world, and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by information. How can we cut through the noise and communicate effectively? How do we connect with people who are constantly bombarded with content? The short answer: storytelling. People love stories. We visualize them, remember them, feel them, repeat them. Research tells us people learn by relating a story to their own experience. Stories bring people together, build relationships, and create context. As learning facilitators, we can accomplish much with a well told, relevant story. Through stories we can: Connect with our audience at an emotional level, make facts and figures more meaningful, get buy-in for ideas, build a common vision, and learn how stories put life into your communications, giving you a much better chance of keeping your audiences engaged.

Lesley Nevills

Breakout Session: Why Appreciation is Better than Chocolate: Engaging the Human Appreciation Factors for Performance and Learning Both Professionally and Personally in the Digital Age

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

Within our increasingly digital environments what if, by understanding how to value others through their personal appreciation factors, we could create cultures, teams and humans who continue to innovate and produce at high levels in all areas of their lives? This 60 minute high energy immersive workshop brings together live in person facilitation, immersive activity learning and access to trending digital options for transferring knowledge and evaluation. Be ready to get up on your feet and participate and walk away with tools to support you both professionally and personally.

Heather Storey

2:45PM – 3:45PM

Breakout Session: Rogers Learning: A Transformational Journey into a World Class Learning Organization

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

Join us to experience the exciting journey that Rogers Communications has embarked on to transform the traditional employee learning experience into an interactive, engaging and effective experience for all our learners. We’ve implemented a 3-year Learning Strategy that leverages trends in how people learn based on changing demographics and rapid advances in technologies. We’re turning up the heat on mobile, social, gamification, and micro learning to provide a continuous and engaging experience for our learners. And we’re making investments in technology to tackle content/asset management, to expand video learning, to experiment with AR/VR, and to implement sophisticated data and reporting measures. Come hear about our journey and see some cool examples and demos of the experiences we have created!

Liz Matthews,
Candace Rose-Royo

Breakout Session: Digital Learning – A Perspective from Africa

Track: Performance and Learning Asset Design, Development and Delivery

This session will provide a recap of the eLearning Africa 2018 Conference happening in September 2018. Africa has advanced in digital learning and is using it successfully in different industries and sectors. Attend this session to learn what is working for digital learning within the African context and what challenges they are trying to overcome. Are the challenges different for what we face in North America? What can we learn from them? Can we share any of our learnings with them?

Ferhana Dostmohamed

Breakout Session: The Changing Workplace and the L&D Professional

Track: Performance & Learning Professional Development

Few discussions on the future of learning discuss the impact on learning and development professionals themselves. During this session, participants will be engaged in discussion of the changing face of work and how it will influence the role of the learning and development professional.

Randy Purse

4:00PM – 6:00PM

Closing Reception for all Delegates on the Trade Floor