Letter For Your Boss Released for Learning Professionals by Elliott Masie

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Elliott Masie, host of Learning 2015, published a “Letter to Your Boss” for potential participants at Learning 2015, a global meeting to be held from November 1 to 4 in Orlando, Florida.

Learning 2015 - November 1-4, Orlando FL

"...the culture of Learning 2015 reflects my 25 years in the learning field as a fiercely vendor-neutral analyst and advocate for experiential learning. That culture is engaging, fun and transferable back to the workplace." - Elliott Masie

Even learning professionals need the approval of their managers and bosses. Elliott Masie has published a “Letter to Your Boss” for potential participants at Learning 2015, a global meeting to be held from November 1 to 4 in Orlando, Florida.

Here are some of the items in Elliott’s "Letter To Your Boss!”:

The world of workplace learning is changing and evolving, with shifting employee expectations, evolving technologies and a sharpening focus on business requirements for skills, compliance and employee development.

Learning 2015 is a unique opportunity for your Learning Professionals to be learners themselves and explore shifting trends in the field with over 1,600 colleagues from around the world.

Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple) and Sal Khan (founder of Khan Academy) are just two of our over 16 Keynoters, who will interactively explore the innovation and change in learning approaches, analytics and user targeting. We are also honored to have video interviews with Susan Cain, author of Quiet and Marshall Goldsmith, author of Triggers.

There are over 190 learning activities, sessions and labs that involve benchmarking with major corporations and government agencies on their changing approaches to learning and workforce development. We will have an EdTech @ Work Hackathon to explore how new apps and ventures in the K-12 and Higher Ed space can be leveraged and adapted to the corporate learning arena.

Here are some of the other learning experiences and innovative activities that your employee could benefit from at Learning 2015, co-hosted by the Learning CONSORTIUM and ATD:

  • Video Shifts in Learning.
  • Application of Engagement and Gamification Elements to Support Learning.
  • Curation – Working Models, including MeetUp Connections by Industry.
  • Learning Personalization and Big Data Analytics.
  • Coloring Your Learning World.
  • Learning Competencies for Learning Professionals.

And, the culture of Learning 2015 reflects my 25 years in the learning field as a fiercely vendor-neutral analyst and advocate for experiential learning. That culture is engaging, fun and transferable back to the workplace.

As a manager, I deeply respect the time and expense investments in sending an employee to an event. As producers, we promise to create a powerful learning experience for your learning professionals.

I invite you and your team members to participate in Learning 2015. Complete information about the over 155 sessions and learning stories in development are now live at http://www.learning2015.com
Early Registration and Group Discounts are available now.

Read Elliott's full Letter to Your Boss at http://www.learning2015.com/letter

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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Mollie Kavanagh
The Masie Center
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