The world of learning and development, like everything else, is changing very fast and many of us struggle to keep up. We all find ourselves dealing with issues unheard of by previous generations: What’s the best technolgy available to help me in my present role? How do I manage the volume of data and information dropping into my inbox everyday? Should I use social media and if so how? Where’s the proof that neuroscience can change the way I support people in their learning?
The questions are endless and changing all the time. Keeping abreast of what’s happening at the cutting edge of learning practice and learning from your peers has never been more important. That’s why attendance at the TJ 50th Anniversary Conference has never been more important – for with these challenges come the opportunities for L&D practitioners to change the way organisations and their people function.
“Anyone who thinks that learning will lumber on as it always has or that all the technology they need is in their LMS are frankly, naive.” As the opening keynote speaker Nigel Paine urges so emphatically: “A much bigger role awaits because that revolution needs our help to get started in many companies. We could be the ignition switch in the transformation of work. Perhaps we are the ones, to not just change learning, but change organisations and the mind-sets that define them.”
Join us in London on Friday 10th July to add to the debate. For further information visit www.trainingjournalconference.com
08.30 Registration and coffee
09.15 Opening keynote: Corporate game changers – Nigel Paine
10.15 – 11.15
Session 1A: From evolution to revolution in sales practice and training – Phil Squires & Carl Day
Session 1B: Democratisation of learning – David James
11.15 Coffee & networking
11.45 Pre-lunch keynote: The management shift – Vlatka Hlupic
13.30 – 14.30
Session 2A: L&D in 2020 – the future of workplace learning – Justin Collinge and Haider Imam
Session 2B: Re-thinking the future of workplace learning: 10 vital shifts to be made! – Andy Lancaster
14.45 Closing keynote: TBC
15.15 – 15.45 Break and Networking
15.45 – 18.00 Drinks reception
The conference will close at 15.45 and a drinks reception will follow when special guests will arrive to join the conference audience in celebrating TJ’s birthday – there will bubbly, canapés and cake to enjoy.
The conference and anniversary celebrations will be held at etc.venues St Pauls on Friday 10th July. Places cost £225 + VAT and include refreshments, lunch and attendance at the evening reception. To book your place visit www.trainingjournalconference.com