LTG Workplace Learning: Closing Conversation
Date Friday, Dec 7 Time – Room Tegel
This closing session provides time to reflect on an intense few days. Join the discussion on the key points that have come out of the conference, workshops and networking as everyone shares what they have learned at the event. This is an Unconference so don't expect long presentations. The audience provides agenda, speakers, questions and discussion under the guidance of expert facilitators.
70:20:10 Institute, UK
Charles is a leading expert on building and implementing 70:20:10 learning strategies. He is co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute. The Institute is the premier centre for 70:20:10 principles and methodology and works with organisations around the world to help improve L&D practices and business outcomes.
His 40-year career includes roles as a business school professor, as a chief learning officer, and as a senior advisor and member of boards and steering groups for international learning, performance and business bodies.
Charles is also a member of the Internet Time Alliance, a small multinational think-tank of leading learning and business performance practitioners helping organisations exploit emerging practice in informal and social learning to ‘work smarter’.
He is also a director of Duntroon Consultants, an independent consultancy practice where his work is focused on performance improvement. The practice involves helping organisations deliver maximum business benefit from their workforce using new workplace and social learning approaches and the 70:20:10 Framework.
Towards Maturity, UK
Laura is the Managing Director of Towards Maturity a not-for-profit benchmark practice that provides independent expert research and advice in using learning innovation to accelerate business performance. Her work is based on 25+ years of practical experience looking at learning innovation for business advantage, backed by her independent research with over 5,500 organisations and 25,000 learners since 2003. She is author of Author of over 40 major research reports including ´Live Online Learning´, ´Bridging the Gap – Integrating learning and work´ and over 200 articles.