Southwest Airlines to be Honored at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2012

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The Learning CONSORTIUM is proud to announce that the Southwest Airlines Training Department will receive a Learning Spotlight Award at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2012, October 21-24, in Orlando, FL.

This award highlights Southwest Airlines’ deep commitment to their Employee training and development programs. Their continuous innovation in learning approaches and their focus on Culture are the main reasons behind their success as a company. During tough times in the airline industry, Southwest maintained their commitment and passion behind training. They did not cut costs in this area but rather continued to invest in their Employees’ development, maintaining that their People are their #1 asset.
“Southwest is a great example of a corporate commitment to learning and to the evolution of learning. Learning 2012 is pleased to honor the continual innovation of Southwest in the learning, development and performance field.” - Elliott Masie, Host & Curator, Learning 2012
“Southwest is honored to be recognized by The MASIE Center for our dedication and passion towards developing our People. We are extremely proud of our Training Department as we redefine how Southwest Employees learn. At Southwest, it’s not just a career; it’s a cause. We will continue to provide innovative learning to inspire our employees to reach their fullest potential. This investment in our People ensures that Southwest’s success will continue for years to come.” – Elizabeth Bryant, Southwest Airlines Training Department, Managing Director

About Learning 2012:
Elliott Masie is the host of Learning 2012 - October 21 to 24 - Orlando, a unique gathering of thousands of senior learning leaders focused on the changing and evolving world of learning. Learning 2012 will include keynote discussions and interviews with Gen Colin Powell, USA Ret., Charles Duhigg (Author of The Power of Habit), Susan Cain (Author of QUIET: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking), Marshall Goldsmith and many more. Full Details at

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