“For more than 13 years, the CLO Symposium has offered workforce development leaders an intimate executive summit with a high-level focus on knowledge sharing and networking. Now, this premier L&D conference is once again reinventing the meeting experience for learning leaders. More collaborative, conversational and conducive to breakthrough interaction and ideas, CLO Symposium+PLUS encompasses the evolution of the chief learning officer role into the broader realm of talent management. With an agenda built by the editors of Chief Learning Officer magazine, the CLO Symposium has evolved into the preferred meeting place for learning executives and their corporate peers.”
You can find NovoEd at Booth 126 in the exhibition hall. Come meet Greg Bybee, VP of Marketing and Learning Experience, and Paul Roberge, NovoEd’s Head of Business Development.
Hear from one of NovoEd’s customers, Mani Gopalakrishnan, Senior Leader of Digital Learning and Technology at General Electric (GE). Mani leads GE’s new online corporate university, BrilliantYOU, a digital extension of GE’s famed Crotonville leadership institute. He’s presenting with Michael Reed, the Director of Business Operations at GE Healthcare.
Learn how GE is extending the reach of leadership development in their session:
With the challenge of complex businesses and a massive global workforce, General Electric must enable employees to learn, adapt and win by connecting them to world-class learning and development opportunities. This session chronicles the experiments and journey in creating the GE BrilliantYOU digital learning marketplace network and ecosystem.
Attendees will learn:
How GE’s digital education journey has unfolded and the lessons learned.
How GE’s integrated platform enhances discovery and personalization to expand the reach of GE’s Crotonville leadership development to all employees.
Along with hand-washing, disinfecting, and social distancing, Zoom has become part of life for many during the pandemic. However, the initial thrill of seeing distant colleagues on video conferences has given way to fatigue, anxiety, and distraction as we struggle to stay engaged.