Join us at LEARNINGLIVE

by | Jul 15, 2012 | Articles

Laura Overton, MD of Towards Maturity will be one of the speakers at this year’s LEARNING LIVE Event hosted by the Learning and performance Institute in London on the 12th and 13th of September.

Laura will be speaking on Overcoming Learner Reluctance , exploring Toward’s Maturity’s learner audit findings over the years to find out What Learner’s really want! (If this is a subject dear to your heart, contact us to to find out about being part of our 2012 pilot Learner Audit, at [email protected])

Towards Maturity and the Learning Performance Institute

Our organisations share the common goal of working together to  support L&D professionals around the globe who are looking to build business performance. Towards Maturity are pleased to support the Learning and Performance Institute’s  LEARNING LIVE event because the event provides an important opportunity for members to gather to address the critical issues that will underpin the future success of the L&D profession.

We are also grateful for the LPI’s ongoing support of the Towards Maturity BenchmarkThe Learning and Performance Institute exists to continuously raise standards of professionalism within the learning community and as such we’ve been supporting the Towards Maturity Benchmark since its inception. It provides our,members and the industry as a whole, with trusted and detailed recommendations about how to continually innovate to support business success.” Edmund Monk , Managing Director, Learning and Performance Institute
Why should you attend LEARNING LIVE?

LEARNING LIVE is set to attract hundreds of L&D professionals from across the UK to share learning experiences and hear from some of the world’s leading workplace learning commentators. Other speakers include:

  • Towards Maturity Supporters Julie Wedgwood, Ben Betts, Nic Laycock, David Perring (elearnity) and Nigel Paine.
  • Secrets of success from Top performing Benchmark organisations will be shared by Lisa Johnson (Barnardos) and Sue Rawson (Eversheds).
  • 2 of our Ambassadors will also be exhibiting at the event Mindleaders and Ontuitive – don’t forget to go and say hello to them! Ontuitive will be running an interactive workshop (Performance support in 2 clicks and 10 seconds) on the 12th that looks really interesting.

 

You can register for the event at www.learning-live.com

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