Speexx gears up for annual Speexx Exchange conference in Berlin

by | Sep 23, 2019 | Articles, Featured, General

It’s that time of year again—the annual Speexx Exchange conference in Berlin is right around the corner! This leading industry event on talent management practices brings together learning and development (L&D) practitioners from around the world for a full day of networking, sharing and learning. This year, various business case studies will be shared on learning transformation trends in the context of this digital era, and how best to develop a culture of learning in modern organisations.

With eleven confirmed speakers, including Jane Daly, Chief Insight Officer of Towards Maturity, as well as Atish Gonsalves, Global Innovation Director at the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and Brian Murphy, Global Learning Transformation Manager at AstraZeneca, there is a full day lined up. Each of these thought leaders, hailing from all over the world, will explore topics such as the role of AI in high-performing learning cultures, how to shape culture change and much more. Stay tuned as we unveil the full agenda in the coming weeks.

In the lead up to the conference, Speexx sat down with speaker, Hannelore Kolb from Hager Group. She is the Learning Program Manager of Corporate Talent Management, who shared some of her thoughts on how L&D has changed in recent years; learning processes unique to Hager Group, like “change levers”; and what, in her view, L&D professionals need to do to keep up with these fast-paced, ever-changing trends. You can read the full interview here.

To discover more about learning transformation from Hannelore and other industry experts, register now for Speexx Exchange Berlin 2019! The conference will be held on Wednesday, November 27 from 9 am to 5:30 pm at the Hotel InterContinental Berlin, ahead of the adjoining international event, OnlineEducaBerlin. The conference is free to attend for partners, customers and friends of Speexx and is attended by experts and thought leaders from the global HR and L&D community from more than twenty countries.

About Speexx – empowering communication

Speexx uses groundbreaking AI technology to provide language skills testing, training and continuous performance support to global top 1,000 companies driving better ROI on training budgets and workforce productivity. Unlike traditional training providers, Speexx uses advanced technology to build, grow and maintain the language skills that matter.

More than 8 million users in 1,500 organizations around the world – including UNHCR, Adecco, Daimler and Credit Suisse – use Speexx to learn a language smarter and deliver results on time. Speexx is headquartered in Munich/Germany with offices in London, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Sao Paulo, New York and Shanghai.

For more information visit:
www.speexx.com
www.linkedin.com/company/speexx/
Twitter: @speexx

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