Former Avon CEO Andrea Jung, TED Prize Winner Sugata Mitra, and Graffiti Artist Erik Wahl to Keynote ATD 2015 International Conference & Exposition

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The Association for Talent Development, formerly ASTD, expects more than 10,000 attendees at premier event in Orlando, Florida

The Association for Talent Development will hold its 2015 International Conference & Exposition on May 17-20, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The conference is the premier international event for those in the talent development profession.

ATD 2015 is anchored by three General Sessions featuring former Avon CEO Andrea Jung who now leads Grameen America, TED prize winner Sugata Mitra, and Erik Wahl, an internationally renowned entrepreneur, author, and graffiti artist. These dynamic speakers will share their perspectives on challenging assumptions, the power of innovation, and creativity.

Learning opportunities at this conference are abundant. There are

  • more than 300 education and networking sessions
  • new content tracks are focused on healthcare and instructional design
  • established content tracks include career development, global human resource development, government, higher education, human capital, leadership development, learning measurement & analytics, learning technologies, management, sales enablement, science of learning, and training delivery.

Select session recordings will be available to attendees after the conference.

ATD 2015 offers the world’s largest EXPO dedicated to the talent development field. Nearly 350 suppliers with latest tools and resources will be on hand to share their expertise.

For more information about the ATD 2015 International Conference & Exposition, visit http://www.atdconference.org. Follow the conference conversation on Twitter with #ATD2015.

About ATD

The Association for Talent Development (ATD), formerly ASTD, is the world’s largest association dedicated to those who develop talent in organizations. These professionals help others achieve their full potential by improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities.

ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in public and private organizations in every industry sector.

ATD supports the work of professionals locally in more than 125 chapters, international strategic partners, and global member networks.

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