CLO Symposium Fall 2018 Archives
CLO Breakfast Club Podcast Taping with Jim Woolsey of DAU
Joining us for today's live taping of the Chief Learning Officer Breakfast Club Podcast will be Jim Woolsey, the president of the Defense Acquisition University.
Developing Leadership Agility: How Merck Accelerated its Succession Pipeline
In this interactive session, participants will hear a successful case study on how Merck, a leading health care and life sciences company, strengthened its succession pipeline by accelerating leadership agility — the skill most predictive of
Build Your Digital Learning Blueprint
In this session, Herring will guide you through a model for digitally transforming learning in your own organization. Based on Intrepid’s experience shepherding numerous learning leaders through their digital transformations, Herring will share best
It’s a new dawn, it's a new day, it's a new line...
ROI reporting for all Talent Management Lifecycle activities will become the norm in 12 to 18 months from now. Here's a 12 month preparation plan. What to assemble, in what order and by when. Where to get insights, case studies and best practices to
The Role of CLO: What’s Next?
The Future role of the CLO study will give you a snapshot of the current challenges, development, performance and competencies of CLOs today and where the role is headed.
From LMS to Ecosystem: Going Beyond Implementation
This session will cover the keys to a successful learning ecosystem. Using a case study, we will discuss what should happen in year two, three and beyond to nurture an environment where learning and performance support are embedded into users' daily
Creating a Culture of Personal Development at West Marine
Join Helen Rossiter, learning & talent development leader, as she outlines a step-by-step process for launching a companywide personal development program that is employee-driven and designed to put people in the best position for success.
Alive at Work: Activating the Emotions of an Agile Culture
70% of workers report disengagement from their work, and the 80% of employees feel that they cannot be their best at work. Why do most people feel the need to shut themselves off at work?
Distinctly Human Learning Strategies
To cope with an immense amount of change, stretched L&D functions have begun to focus on treating the symptoms that arise, instead of seeking to create systems that are built to help employees become the most effective humans they can be.
Developing Leaders on the Human Level
In developing an accelerated leadership program for next-gen talent, Nike has leveraged Insights as part of its core curriculum, allowing leaders to gain a true sense of self and based on that knowledge, learn how to adapt their style to
BJC Healthcare: Charting the Course for People Success with Learning and Performance
Navigating the complexities of health care is tricky. Cost pressure, changing care models, and staffing shortages can make it difficult for an organization to find its way. Attracting, retaining and engaging staff fuels BJC Healthcare’s ability
Employee Engagement in an Age of Acceleration: Optimizing Digital Dexterity to Leverage the Best in Your People
Technology innovation continues to accelerate at an increasingly rapid pace. From intelligent assistants to machine learning, organizations have more options than ever to improve employee engagement and experience.