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Making predictions is always a gamble. But there’s no risk in forecasting the need for a faster, better, smarter workforce. The sheer pace of technology and competitive innovation alone assures an unrelenting need to up-skill.
But employees aren’t the only ones facing a future where what drives performance today is likely to become irrelevant or obsolete tomorrow. Learning executives also feel intense pressure to constantly improve, reinvent and retool their enterprise education initiatives to be faster, better, smarter, too.
Join us at the CLO Breakfast Club where we’ll be discussing the trends, technologies and practices transforming employee development into an even more powerful force for sustained success.
Unique perspectives and examples of L&D strategy from local CLOs.
Hear about what lies ahead in the way of emerging technologies, data analytics and new solutions.
Build and strengthen your relationships within the local learning community.
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A program that’s interactive, informative and inspiring
Mike Prokopeak is vice president and editor in chief for Human Capital Media, publisher of Chief Learning Officer, Talent Economy and Workforce magazines. In that role, he directs content for the magazines as well as the company’s online and in-person events including the CLO Symposium and CLO Breakfast Club. Prokopeak has a proven track record […]http://www.clomedia.com
During this time, we’ll hear from a local learning executive about their career path, the work they’re doing in their organization and their view on the biggest challenges and opportunities facing learning leaders.
Lisa Marshall has 25 years of experience in learning and development, ranging from leading high-end online learning to learning consulting for Fortune100 companies. She now leads all innovation and learning programs within the products and technology organization in Salesforce. She has a passion for working closely with the business and designing programs that are targeted […]
Between fast-moving business, emerging technology and ever-evolving skills, the pace of change at work is increasing, not slowing. For organizations, that means a near constant state of disruption. Success hinges on being agile, resilient and willing to disrupt the status quo. In this panel discussion, we’ll examine the role of learning and the CLO in the age of acceleration including:
Katrina is a former Director of Technology and VP of Finance with the Association for Talent Development. She has worked in people/project management and global training capacities for Fortune 500 retailer Whole Foods Market, and Global 100 law firms Cooley LLP and Latham & Watkins LLP. Previously, Katrina worked in voiceover, music and video production […]
Sara’s role is Sales Director for the Americas, engaging with companies and learning organizations with the territory to enable their learning strategy aligned to tangible business outcomes. Sara has been in the learning & development space for more than 20 years, helping organizations to design, develop, deliver and measure their investments in talent development. Sara […]
Laura Baldwin started with O’Reilly Media in October 2001 as Chief Financial Officer and added Chief Operating Officer to her responsibilities in October 2004. She became O’Reilly’s first President in March 2011 and is currently responsible for O’Reilly’s worldwide businesses. Prior to O’Reilly she was a consultant to the publishing and media industries through BMR […]
Let's talk about what's on your mind — from sharing job-related challenges to swapping creative “hacks” for dealing with them. What topic or issue currently facing L&D leaders would you like to hear discussed? Let us know when you register and we'll add the most prominent issues to our agenda.
All CLO Breakfast Club attendees will receive a copy of the latest “State of the Industry Report”from the Human Capital Media Research and Advisory Group.
Check out the 2018 report on making learning more personal and accessible.
Cobb’s Comedy Club has presented the finest comedy talent in the industry since its founding in 1982. Originally known at Cobb’s Pub, Cobb’s Comedy Club was opened on Chestnut Street in San Francisco’s Marina District. In 1987, it moved to the Cannery Shopping Center in the historic Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco neighborhood, where it thrived for over a decade. In 2002, a fire resulted in Cobb’s relocation to 915 Columbus Avenue, where it remains today. Located in San Francisco’s famous North Beach, Cobb’s offers a taste of old San Francisco and the city’s ever-changing nightlife.
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This event is produced exclusively for learning and development professionals. That means no unwanted sales pitches, no speed networking with vendors and no getting sidetracked from what you are actually here to do. This event is about current and future CLOs learning from CLOs.
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Topics were perfect —right on in terms of what we need to know within the learning industry today.
Panelists were well informed and clearly titans of their respective industries.
So many aha moments!!! I loved it.
It is always great to get together with others in the industry to see what challenges they are facing.
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