Elliott Masie Announces GE’s Susan Peters as the Recipient of the Learning 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award

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Susan Peters, GE’s Senior Vice President of Human Resources, to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Elliott Masie's Learning 2013

Learning 2013

“We are deeply honored to present the Learning 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award to Susan Peters and her learning team at GE.” - Elliott Masie

Elliott Masie has announced that he will present the Learning 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award to Susan Peters, the Senior Vice President of Human Resources responsible for GE’s global workforce of 320,000. From 2007 to 2013, Ms. Peters served as Vice President of Executive Development and Chief Learning Officer at GE.

Susan and her team of learning leaders have continually transformed learning and leadership development throughout GE's global operations.

Elliott will interview Susan during the Monday November 4 morning Keynote at Learning 2013, and there will be a video feed from the updated GE Crotonville campus which has been an evolving role model for learning, leadership and development programs. Elliott and Susan will discuss the challenges and opportunities for blending and re-mixing learning activities and scaling them for a global workforce of 320,000 employees.

“We are deeply honored to present the Learning 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award to Susan Peters and her learning team at GE,” Elliott said during the announcement.

Elliott Masie’s Learning 2013, to be held in Orlando, Florida from November 3 to 6, brings together the world’s directors of workplace learning and education.

Learning 2013 is produced by The Learning CONSORTIUM, a collaborative of 230 global corporations, focused on improving workplace learning and training. It is hosted and curated by Elliott Masie. In addition to Susan Peters, keynotes this year will include: Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Actor George Takei on Storytelling and Social Media, Journalist Jane Pauley on Boomers in the Workplace and many more.

In previous years, keynote speakers have included General Colin Powell, President Bill Clinton, Apolo Ohno, Captain Sully Sullenberger and business authors Marshall Goldsmith, Ken Blanchard and Tom Peters.

Complete information at http://www.learning2013.com.

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