Our next event:

CLO60 NYC Summit

Date: 5 May 2020

NYC, New York

CLO60 NYC Summit

An intimate event that will engage over 60 industry-leading executives looking to learn new ideas, share knowledge and meet solution providers who can help them solve key business challenges.

The full day’s agenda consists of industry-leading experts sharing thought leadership in panel and round table discussions and leadership presentations. These workshops are amongst networking breaks where business meetings are arranged between buyer and provider. Research, interviews and networking drinks also make up a productive day for any company taking time to participate.

Speaking from Learning Pool 

Join Sharon Claffey Kaliouby on the 5th May for her discussion ‘Moving to a culture of self-directed learning’.

The pressure is on the L&D department to ‘keep up’ with the ever-evolving skills landscape. Increasingly companies are turning to their employees to drive their own growth, to take control of their learning, in an effort to stay ahead. The Learning Experience Platform, or LXP, has risen rapidly as the technology of choice to facilitate this change. This session will explore the urgent need we have to change our default methods in favour of a more self-directed learning approach, as driven by an LXP.

In this session, we will explore:

  • the changes organisations are facing
  • how the new ‘Learning Experience Platform’ concept has grown to meet these needs
  • what the research says about the different skill sets and their importance
  • original research showing adoption and buying intent amongst organizations for LXP and LRS technology

 

Speaking from Learning Pool
Sharon Claffey Kaliouby
VP North America
Sharon Claffey Kaliouby is VP, North America for Learning Pool. She was most recently a Learning Fellow & Advisor for Elliott Masie Productions and previously Head of Global Learning & Development for State Street Global Advisors in Boston, Massachusetts. As well as working with Learning Pool, Sharon is co-founder of the #WomenInLearning initiative, one of the 2019 Top 50 Leaders in Learning & Development – Americas, the 2018 Learning & Performance Institute Professional of the Year and a two-time member of the USFA National gold medal women’s sabre fencing team.