More than 150 top learning executives and solution providers were nominated by their peers in 10 categories. The winners are the industry leaders who truly champion innovation and transform it into learning and value for their organizations.
Tucson, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 4, 2007
Lore International Institute has been recognized as an enterprise learning industry leader at the annual awards ceremony during the Fall 2007 Chief Learning Officer Symposium. Lore, with its client Harley-Davidson, won the silver award in the Innovation category of the Learning In Practice awards.
"The Learning In Practice awards were established to recognize transformational and visionary leaders in enterprise education," said Norm Kamikow, president and editor in chief of MediaTec Publishing Inc., which publishes Chief Learning Officer magazine. "More than 150 top learning executives and solution providers were nominated by their peers in 10 categories. The winners are the industry leaders who truly champion innovation and transform it into learning and value for their organizations."
The awards were announced at a special awards ceremony during the Fall 2007 CLO Symposium in Tucson, Ariz., which attracted more than 400 top corporate learning executives from around the world to discuss innovations in enterprise education and leadership development.
Awards were given to learning practitioners in six categories, with two divisions in five of the categories (Division 1 for enterprises with fewer than 10,000 employees, and Division 2 for enterprises with more than 10,000 employees).
Chief Learning Officer is the foremost resource in the rapidly growing industry of workforce learning and development. The flagship magazine and related network of publications, electronic media and international events have made CLO the pre-eminent source of thought leadership for senior-level executives, giving them access to the knowledge and strategies they need to align workforce development with their overall business objectives.
In addition to receiving an etched crystal sculpture, the award winners will be featured in a Special Report supplement to the December issue of Chief Learning Officer magazine.
About Lore International Institute:
Lore International Institute is a privately held, global executive development firm, serving the global business community. Since 1989 Lore has been providing clients with a range of professional development solutions including organizational consulting, assessment, executive coaching, executive education, and business development services. See http://www.LoreNet.com for additional information about Lore, or contact Jennifer Kwiatkowski, Communications Manager, at 800-866-5548.
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