London UK 2023

London UK 2023


Dates and Venue


3-4 May 2023 | ExCeL London


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Conference videos & interviews

Dante Frederick & Clare Dillon - Digital Transformation

Digital transformation has been top of L&D’s agenda for some time, as organisations try to keep up with the pace of technology. But true transformation is not just about digitising traditional processes. It is a shift in mindset and behaviour that transcends shiny new tools and systems.

Christine Locher - Values and decision making 

Too often we can have a great idea, or a good feeling about what we should do next, but our environment conspires against us to make decisions tougher than they need to be. This session is designed to help you cut through the complexities of modern business to understand what truly matters in your decision-making process, and what is just background noise.

Patti Shank - Design content

Writing for instruction differs from other kinds of writing. People who write for instruction write specifically for clarity, comprehension, and use. We certainly don’t want what we write to make it harder to learn. But unfortunately, some instructional content does just that!

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