The invitation only meeting drew CLO's from the Bank of New York, Citi, Deloitte, JP Morgan Chase, GE, Honeywell, Time, and other Fortune 1000 companies.
New York, New York (PRWEB) September 02, 2015
On August 18th, 2015, Chief Learning Officers (CLO's) from around the New York Metropolitan area met at the Hilton Times Square for a Breakfast Event to discuss the topic: Learning: Approach to Competency Model Development. Sarder TV, the independent media learning channel, hosted the breakfast get together which was sponsored by NetCom Learning, the experts in managed learning services. The invitation only meeting drew CLO's from the Bank of New York, Citi, Deloitte, JP Morgan Chase, GE, Honeywell, Time, and other Fortune 1000 companies.
“We are very pleased with the response to our first Sarder TV Breakfast learning event for Chief Learning Officers, and we want to thank the sponsors of the breakfast for their support,” said Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning and creator of Sarder TV.
“It is important for Sarder TV to provide a forum for Learning Officers and others to learn from each other,” stated Sarder.
The panel members for the CLO Breakfast Event included Roseanna DeMaria, Chief Learning Officer at NYU SCPS Leadership and Human Capital Management, and former CLO at Merrill Lynch; T. J. Elliott, Chief Learning Officer at ETS; and Robert Burnside, Chief Learning Officer at Ketchum. The discussion focused on new approaches to corporate learning including how some companies are utilizing new competency models to ensure that their employees are fully trained in their required competencies. Included in the presentation were presentations on process and approach to competency modeling, competency assessment, lasting competencies in a rapidly changing workplace, mistakes in competency modeling and how learning leaders can stay relevant. The entire presentation is available for viewing in the following link.
About NetCom Learning
We manage learning. We promote the values of lifelong learning. NetCom Learning is an award-winning global leader in managed learning services, training, and talent development. Since 1998, we've been in the business of helping organizations reach optimal performance results and address challenges by managing all aspects of organizational learning. With a team of dedicated and knowledgeable learning professionals having deep subject-matter expertise, NetCom Learning has serviced over 80% of Fortune 100 companies. We have helped over 10,000 organizations achieve their business goals by offering a full complement of Managed Learning Services, including IT and business training, curriculum design and content development, learning delivery and administration, consulting and advisory services, and management of learning technology. NetCom Learning is honored to be recognized as Microsoft's Worldwide Training Partner of the Year by Microsoft, and as a Top 20 IT Training Company by TrainingIndustry.com for three years. We offer over 1,500 courses available to organizations around the world, encompassing all your technology and business training needs. From authorized or foundational training to specialized certifications, we empower organizations to achieve a competitive advantage. In addition, we provide customers with a choice of customized private programs, convenient scheduling options, flexible delivery formats, and continuous learning support, all tailored towards minimizing the skills gap and gaining maximum business impact for your organization. We believe that an organization's ability to learn and translate that learning into rapid action is the ultimate competitive advantage.
About Sarder TV
SarderTV is an online channel that contains a series of exclusive videos from leaders who are capable of exchanging ideas and methods on various leadership categories. We have interviewed many thought leaders, including Henry Paulson, Former US Secretary of the Treasury & CEO of Goldman Sachs; Mohan Sawhney, Author of Fewer Bigger Bolder & Professor at Kellogg; Roseanna DeMaria, CLO NYU SCPS Leadership & Human Capital Management and Former CLO of Merrill Lynch and Tom Evans, CLO of PricewaterhouseCoopers.