12 - 13 february 2020,
excel, london

  • europe

    europe's leading L&D exhibition and conference

    the largest, best attended and most relevant exhibition and conference in the learning and development calendar
  • over 70 conference speakers

    over 70 conference speakers

    A great opportunity to listen to – and interact with – some of the leading thinkers, visionaries and practitioners in workplace learning today
  • more than 8,500 visitors

    more than 8,500 visitors

    150 free L&D seminars, 200 exhibitors, two exhibition halls packed with the latest learning technologies, innovation and best practice and Europe's leading L&D conference
  • over 200 leading learning providers

    over 200 leading learning providers

    All the leading suppliers, all the technologies, all the inspiration your business needs to thrive in today's changing learning environment
  • more than 150 free L&D seminars

    more than 150 free L&D seminars

    A wealth of content and wisdom across ten seminar theatres on the two exhibition floors. No booking, no payment, no excuse to miss them!









 

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Opening address: Can we be candid? Learning at the intersection of risk, change, machine and meaning

13-Feb-2019

With over two decades of experience in the world of corporate Learning and Development, Marcia Conner has a clear view of how things are changing in the world of work, what never really worked for our profession, and how to quickly get on with making things right--for now and for later.

With her trademark art for making the obvious a matter of urgency, she will focus her attention on the unspoken truths that keep learning confined to box-checking, asking provocative questions, instigating a "how to level-up" mindset, and deconstructing the "but why's" and "what if's" with a compassion for the things that keep leaders up at night. A widely published author, Marcia will dive into emergent opportunities, including artificial intelligence now open to us in workplace learning, calling out the practical must-dos to keep L&D relevant. 

A smart, curious, agile, design-minded workforce is more important than ever--for employers, as well as communities, countries and the individuals who form our collective knowledge and ultimately, our power. As automation simplifies how work gets done, L&D must simplify how the next wave of human knowledge is cultivated, curated, captured, connected to machines, and personal meaning.

Chairperson
Donald H Taylor, Chair - Learning Technologies
Speakers
Marcia Conner, CEO - Impact Ingenuity

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