Meet Laura Overton in the US and Europe in the Next 4 Weeks

by | May 16, 2016 | 0 comments

Are you going to be in Fort Lauderdale, Denver, Oslo or London and want to meet up?

Laura Overton be sharing  how to embrace change on both sides of the atlantic in the next 4 weeks, if you are around, it would be great to meet up.

18-19 May – Lectora User Conference (Fort Lauderdale)
Laura will be sharing about to get ready for the Bright Future of Learning this week. She will be opening the conference on the 18th, but is around both days and would love to meet you.

22-25 May – ATD 2016 International Conference and Expo (Denver)
Laura will be exploring how to build evidence-based solutions for how managers learn alongside Peter Casebow (Goodpractice) on Tuesday 24 May at 10:00am (Mile High 2a/3a).

7 June – Embracing Change: The New Road to Maturity (Oslo)
If you are in Oslo in early June, join this practical workshop at the National Gallery with Laura Overton, in conjunction with Dossier Solutions.

14 June – Learning Technologies Summer Forum (London)
If you are a delegate at #LTSF16 then don’t miss Laura’s interactive workshop on demonstrating value – what do do and what to avoid! This will draw on brand new research and naturally include plenty of opportunity to pick up practical tips from your peers.

19th May – Equipping L&D for the Future (Google hangout)
12.30 BST, 13:30 CET and 07:30 EST
Finally, for those who can’t get out of the office! Laura will be taking part in an expert debate via google hangouts exploring the future of learning and how benchmarking can help.

Get in touch and book a meeting with us

If you would like to meet Laura and discuss how our research can inform your L&D strategy, or you would like to get some expert insight on your Benchmark results, get in touch via direct message on Twitter or email to book a time with us.

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Benchmarking against that framework helps L&D pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of their own organisation, work out what needs to change and map out actions. In short, the Towards Maturity Benchmark is a structured framework that helps learning leaders under pressure identify the actions that will bring tangible results in the workplace. It helps you to work out how to get from A to B!

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