TJ conference and awards – helping L&D support business better!

by | Jul 15, 2010 | Articles

New research shows that that  inadequate L&D departments could be hindering economic recovery   because of our inability to respond quickly enough!

Frankly in this day and age there is really no excuse! With the new tools in our hands, new understanding about supporting performance and the ways that people learn and fresh research on how to deliver results, why is it that so many are stuck in old style thinking and delivery methods?

For 6 years, Towards Maturity have been researching how new tools are bringing about improved learning innovation , agility and . As a result we have been linking up with  Training Journal’s L&D 2020 research project to understand how L&D needs to transform in order to deliver.

We will be presenting at the  TJ conference and awards (21st September) on Using learning innovation to accelerate business change.
If you are concerned about adapting to changing business needs, then please do join us. Other speakers will also be addressing this critical issues and include:

  • Martyn Sloman ( looking at the new skillsets for L&D professionals)
  • John Baker , Head of Learning and Development at Legal and General  ( looking at L&D as the new business partner)
  • Chris Robinson – ( looking at ingenious tricks for evaluating training impact)

Venue –The Commonwealth Club Northumberland Avenue London, WC2N 5AP

Cost – £495 +vat ( discounts for charity, and multiple bookings)
Date – 21st September 2010
To book & find out more – http://www.tjconferenceandawards.com/

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