This new policy will restore that balance and assure that every live CLO event offers a respectful, relaxed environment where active professionals can network, learn from one another...
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 05, 2017
In response to feedback from many senior leaders in workforce development, Chief Learning Officer magazine is eliminating the opportunity for non-sponsoring vendors to register for its industry-leading, education-focused live conferences and events. Effective immediately, registration for the CLO Symposium, Symposium+PLUS and CLO Breakfast Club Series will be open exclusively to practitioners and a limited number of sponsors with clearly defined roles.
“Chief Learning Officer has a long history as a trusted resource for independent, relevant and objective content un-influenced by advertising or sponsorships,” said Mike Prokopeak, vice president and editor in chief of Human Capital Media (HCM), which publishes the magazine. “That has never changed. But as the popularity and reputation of our events increased over the last decade, the industry-vendor ratio of attendees became unbalanced. This new policy will restore that balance and assure that every live CLO event offers a respectful, relaxed environment where active professionals can network, learn from one another and have frank discussions about what is happening in their industry, organizations and careers.”
The decision, according to Kevin Fields, HCM director of business development for events, is a positive step for both industry practitioners and vendors. It is “a strategic move designed to differentiate CLO’s live events by creating a safe place where attendees can interact and share valuable knowledge freely and sponsors can realize the most impact from their investment.”
HCM also announced key dates on the magazine’s upcoming live events calendar.
This unique collaboration between Chief Learning Officer and HCM’s executive business journal, Talent Economy, will focus on the intensifying pressures directly affecting the make-up, performance and potential of the innovation-era workforce.
Huntington Beach, CA
October 2-3, 2017
Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa
CLO Breakfast Club Series
This series of intimate regional events brings together local workforce development leaders to examine the future of learning and the continued evolution of the chief learning officer role.
September 14, 2017
The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City
New York, NY
Westin Times Square
September 26, 2017
Omni Parker House
October 17, 2017
The Westin Seattle
San Francisco, CA
October 25, 2017
The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco
November 1, 2017
Hyatt Regency Chicago