Learning Sessions at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2015

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Learning Sessions for Elliott Masie’s Learning 2015 will be presented by global organizations.

Learning 2015 - November 1-4, Orlando FL

Learning in the workplace is changing and sessions for learning leaders are being developed for Elliott Masie’s Learning 2015 event, to be held in Orlando, Florida from November 1- 4. Over 1,600 corporate learning leaders from around the world will participate in these sessions and with keynote speakers including Steve Wozniak, Sal Khan, Beverly Kaye and other thought leaders.

Sessions will be facilitated by learning leaders from global corporations including: American Express, Johns Hopkins University & Hospital, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Salesforce, TGI Fridays, Time Warner Cable, Viacom, Yahoo!, MasterCard, Google, Kellogg Company, Turner Broadcasting, Foreign Service Institute, MillerCoors and more.

Each session will include interactive conversation about key issues in the field of workplace and workforce learning. Here is a small sample of our working titles:

  •     Leadership Development: New Approaches
  •     Blended Learning at its Best: Video, Workshop & Gamified Assessment
  •     Fully Developed Performance Support Solutions: From Inception to Support
  •     Modernizing the Learning Organization: A Transformation Blueprint
  •     What Makes Good Gamification Great
  •     Designing Learning for All Screens
  •     Challenges for a New CLO: What Does it Take to be Successful?
  •     Engaging the Executive Learner
  •     Aligning Learning Strategy to the Modern Workplace: 70/20/10
  •     Flipped Classroom for the Enterprise
  •     Career Development for Millennials
  •     MOOC Update
  •     Learning Strategy & Video in 2015
  •     Whisper Courses: Innovation for Scalable Learning
  •     Mobile-Enabled Performance Support
  •     Peer-to-Peer Coaching for On-the-Job Learning
  •     Measurement & Evaluation Lab
  •     Enterprise-Wide Badging in Action!
  •     Creating BIG Learning Impact with SMALL Learning Teams
  •     Driving, Recognizing & Appreciating an Extended Enterprise through Learning Technology
  •     Implementing & Leveraging an LCMS
  •     SME Boot Camp: Mobilizing Peer-to-Peer Trainers
  •     Destructional Design
  •     Is the Corporate University Dead?
  •     Developing Learning Leaders
  •     The Case for Plain Language in Learning
  •     Developing Characters & Stories for Learning
  •     The Instructor in the Digital Age
  •     Mindfulness & Emotional Intelligence
  •     The Reasonably-Sized Open Online Course
  •     The 4E Framework for Blended Learning: Expectations, Education, Experiences & Exposure
  •     Making Shorter Better: Gaining Engagement Through Shorter, More Personal Videos
  •     Pairing a Graphic Designer to Work with Instructional Designers
  •     Operational Excellence: At the Intersection of Innovation & Education!
  •     Z Unleashed: Generation Z in the Workplace!
  •     Equine Facilitated Learning: The Forefront of Experiential Leadership Development
  •     Global Culture Training: Making Relevant Emotional Connections
  •     Agile & Blended Certification: 900 Learners + 60 Questions = 100% Success
  •     Extending Rapid Development Tools with JavaScript
  •     Authentication & Learning: Challenges of Digital Continuing Ed
  •     Scenario-Based Learning to Develop Analytical & Decision-Making Skills
  •     Global Content Curation: Shifting How Core Content is Developed
  •     Reinventing Training: Adding Filters & Teaching the Why's
  •     A Performance Support Solution for Inbound Sales Employees
  •     Accelerated Learning: First-Hand Experiences
  •     Assessments: Uses, Purposes, Differences & More!
  •     The Four Pillars of Resilience Training: Making it Work for You & Your Team
  •     An Online Game-Based Program for Negotiation & Persuasive Communication
  •     From Confidence to Competence: Adult Learning in Small Chunks
  •     Learning Impact, Measurement & Metrics
  •     Knowledge Transfer - Before People Leave the Company!
  •     Surviving & Redesigning After Major a Layoff/Reorganization
  •     Lessons Learned on How Gaming/Badging Can be Used for Learning & Enrichment
  •     A Rapid Development Model for Online Training
  •     Learning in an Agile Development Environment
  •     Leveraging Training Expertise to Care for Aging Parents
  •     Moneyball Meets Learning: Bringing Machine Learning to Corporate Learning
  •     Replacing Your LMS: Considerations & Perspectives
  •     Using Gamification to Develop Leaders & Increase Business Acumen
  •     Small Shop Training to Enterprise Education Services in 6 Months
  •     Do's & Don't's of Corporate MOOC (SPOC) Design
  •     Evaluation Strategies to Drive Successful Academic & Professional Learning Partnerships
  •     L&D for Millennials: Taking it Old School
  •     Immersing New Talent in a Thriving Company Culture
  •     Leadership Development for the Supply Chain
  •     A 110 Foot Screen for Boundary-Free Engagement? A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Learning 2015
  •     Great Managers: Recognizing Your Best & Sharing Their Talents
  •     Global Learning Panel
  •     Women's Leadership Development
  •     Learning for Engineers
  •     Learning for 1600 People Leaders
  •     High Stakes Onboarding in Abu Dhabi: From Recruitment through Year One
  •     Blended Learning "Blender"
  •     Learning "Cook-Off": Instructional Design Challenge
  •     Open Forum: Performance Support & On-the-Job Learning
  •     How Universities Can Better Integrate with Business
  •     Reinventing Sales Training: Target the 6 Things that Matter
  •     Using Performance Support to Preempt the need for Support
  •     Women & Learning
  •     How to Achieve Great Communities & Collaboration
  •     New LMS: Contingency Planning for Success
  •     Training the Trainer: A Fresh Look
  •     And Many More…

An expanding schedule of seminars, keynotes and activities is available at http://www.learning2015.com

Learning 2015 will be held in Orlando, Florida from November 1 – 4, 2015. Early Registration Discounts and Group Discounts now available. Registration is available online at http://www.learning2015.com.

Learning 2015 is celebrating its 25th anniversary! It is produced by The Learning CONSORTIUM, a collaborative of 230 global corporations, focused on improving workplace learning and training. Hosted and curated by Elliott Masie, Learning 2015 brings together several thousand learning professionals as they focus on the changing nature of workplace education and development.

Content and online registration at http://www.learning2015.com

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