Saratoga Springs, NY (PRWEB) July 29, 2016 -- Elliott Masie, Host and Curator, is pleased to welcome the following leading suppliers in the Learning field as Sponsors of Learning 2016:
CrossKnowledge describes itself as “an engaging, forward-looking digital learning solution, driving business outcomes and the ability to transform individuals and entire organizations.”
Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning (http://www.harvardbusiness.org)
According to Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, it “delivers world-class leadership development solutions for global organizations. Leveraging the management insight and expertise of Harvard Business School faculty and Harvard Business Review authors, we create innovative, technology-enabled solutions that drive top and bottom line results.”
Insights describes itself as “an innovative and global learning and development company headquartered in Dundee, Scotland. Based on Jungian psychology, Insights solutions use a broad range of psychometric models of increasing depth to help people understand themselves and others, in order to tackle pressing business challenges.”
Practice describes itself as “an interactive video platform used by organizations to scale the development of skills that require practice to learn and demonstration to assess. Practice offers a patented, multi-step video learning process that mimics the most effective face-to-face instruction: deliberate practice, peer interactivity, self reflection, and coaching.”
Richardson states that it is “a global sales training and performance improvement company. They collaborate with sales organizations to achieve greater levels of success by changing the behavior of its salespeople and sales managers.”
Sally Williamson & Associates (http://www.sallywilliamson.com)
Sally Williamson & Associates describes itself as “a leading resource for improving the impact of spoken communication and Executive Presence. Great communicators have a foundation in two core skills, content and style. SW&A teaches group workshops and individual coaching sessions to raise awareness of these skills, offer tips for improvement and help individuals apply new skills to specific speaking situations.”
According to Study.com, it is “the most efficient way to learn. 30 million students a month use their online courses to master any subject. They bring concepts to life and provide an easy, affordable way to improve grades, earn college credit and close skill gaps.”
According to TransPerfect, “whether you're interested in multi-language translation of company training materials or a centralized e-Learning solution to serve an internationally distributed workforce, TransPerfect can help you enhance sales effectiveness, drive customer satisfaction, and deliver on-demand research and collaboration. Let our team help you take your global learning programs to the next level.”
Tribridge states that it “delivers innovative, modern solutions for your business, providing a better way to realize your learning and talent management potential. Their technology is designed for today's learners, so they can collaborate, personalize, and align their learning journey with your organization.”
According to Xyleme, “Xy5, the latest content platform from Xyleme, makes it easy to engage more learners with beautiful content from anywhere in the learning ecosystem.
With Xyleme, organizations have everything they need to manage dynamic learning experiences — from cloud authoring to content distribution to deep analytics.”
Learning 2016 takes place October 23-26 in Orlando, FL. It is produced by The Learning CONSORTIUM, a collaborative of 200 global corporations, focused on improving workplace learning and training. Hosted and curated by Elliott Masie, Learning 2016 brings together several thousand learning professionals as they focus on the changing nature of workplace education and development.
Information about The MASIE Center and Learning 2016, including content and online registration, can be accessed at http://learning2016.com.
The MASIE Center is a Saratoga Springs, NY think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce.
For more information, please visit http://www.masie.com
Mollie Kavanagh, The Masie Center, +1 (518) 350-2226, [email protected]