Panel Discussion LTG252
Closing Conversation Learning Technologies Germany
Date Friday, Nov 29 Time – Room Tegel
Our closing conversation offers the opportunity to share final insights and advice with fellow participants to our workplace learning track. Organised as an unconference session, this is a moment to reflect on what we've learned from the sessions and from each other over the conference. A range of contributors will bring their experiences and thoughts to the session - come expecting conversation and discussion, and to add your own thoughts to the mix.
Author, Facilitator and founder of Towards Maturity, UK
Laura Overton is an experienced international speaker, author and facilitator with a passion for exploring, challenging and sharing.
Founder of Towards Maturity- the expert learning analysts, Laura's focus has always been on bringing a community together to investigate how learning innovation builds business impact, communicating the findings and facilitating change in the industry.
Tracking the L&D learning innovation journey since 2004, she has authored/ co-authored of over 40 major research reports and, as a regular contributor to industry publications she has written over 300 articles.
As an industry change maker, Laura regularly share good practice findings as a keynote presenter at conferences around the globe and through masterclasses, webinars and seminars. She serves on several advisory boards including the CIPD Professional Map and Learning boards and the OEB Global Council.
Laura was the first female recipient of the Learning and Performance Institute’s Colin Corder Award for outstanding achievement and was also the first recipient of the Learning Technology award for outstanding achievement. In 2018, she was voted the Number 1 mover and shaker in the global e-learning listing and in the top 10 EdTech UK influencers.
70:20:10 Institute, UK
Charles is a leading expert on building and implementing 70:20:10 learning and performance strategies. He is co-founder of the 70:20:10 Institute. The Institute is the premier centre for 70:20:10 and Value-Based L&D and works with organisations around the world to help improve performance 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. He has deep experience of corporate L&D, Talent and HR, having held senior CLO roles in global companies. Charles is a member of advisory boards and steering groups for international learning, performance and business bodies around the world.
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’.