Our next event:

Learning Technologies 2023

Date: May 3, 2023 - May 4, 2023

ExCel, London

Visit us at Booth #K10

Learning Technologies is Europe’s leading showcase of organizational learning and the technology used to support learning at work. With over 8,500 attendees from 50 different countries, 200 unmissable seminars and 200 exhibitors, it continues to grow in importance, value and attendance year on year.

Stop by Booth #K10 where we’ll be demoing all the latest developments for our next-generation learning solutions, including our Learning Platform.


Join our Live Sessions

Using Skills to Supercharge your Talent Management Strategy

Lindsey Coode & Christoph Küffer | 3 May at 12.30pm – 1.00pm | Theatre 11


Skills are key to achieving peak performance across your organization. Join Christoph Küffer and Lindsey Coode to find out how easy it can be to understand your organisation’s skills landscape and use this knowledge to help design and drive a game-changing talent management strategy that will ensure you have the skills your organisation needs to succeed – no matter what the future holds. We’ll also look at how, by putting an organisation’s people at the heart of everything we do, we can not only increase internal skills and capability but also improve staff retention via clear skills pathways, equity and internal mobility.


How to use intelligent data to design truly strategic learning experiences

Dr Page Chen & Stefan Eger | 4 May at 11.45 am – 12.15pm | Theatre 11


Why do so few organizations use intelligent data, well, intelligently?

They lack a model for how to do so strategically.

The value of intelligent data is its ability to help organizations make informed decisions about how to best support their employees’ development and career growth. Using Strategic Learning Experience Design (SLED), intelligent data can be leveraged to create more effective, engaging, and personalized training experiences that help employees reach their desired potential and drive measurable business success.

In this session, we will cover the 5 key elements of SLED used by Learning Pool to design and deliver truly strategic learning experiences.

We will share real world examples of how, with our help, global organisations are breaking from the confines of the SCORM course and SLEDing into utilising Intelligent data to design truly effective corporate training programs.

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About the speakers

Lindsey Coode
Head of Innovation
Lindsey, Learning Pool’s Head of Innovation, has over 25 years experience of designing and managing learning technology projects. Starting out as a learning designer she is passionate about designing impactful learning experiences and currently heads up Learning Pool Labs, an evidence-based research and ideas hub that seeks to create innovative learning solutions that maximise the potential of people and their organisations.
Christoph Küffer
Director of Skills
Christoph has been working in the HR sector for over twenty years, as a specialist, Head of Human Resources and most recently as an entrepreneur. He was a founding partner and managing director of People-Analytix AG, which was acquired by Learning Pool in 2022. He is author of the BetterBoss book series and lecturer for digital HR.
Page Chen PhD
Chief eXperience Officer
Page is Chief eXperience Officer for Learning Pool, and is passionate about designing experiences that drive extraordinary outcomes. A sought after author, speaker, and consultant, she excels at helping organisations identify their core requirements and then guiding them to delivering a scalable digital solution that exceeds their desired results. With a Master’s Degree in Adult Education and a PhD in Instructional Design for Online Learning, she has spent two decades researching the intersection where strategy and technology come together to support maximising learning outcomes. Always with a focus on ensuring that customers and their learners have the best experience possible.
Stefan Eger
Senior Learning Experience Architect
Stefan is a Senior Learning Experience Architect at Learning Pool and co-host of the Death of E-learning podcast. He’s passionate about helping organisations embed a solid learning strategy and then seeing it bear fruit when employees and senior leaders see and feel the results. Always on the lookout for new methodologies and advances in technology, he creates learning solutions that engage and reward learners, and achieve their objectives in a way clients are able to measure. Having been part of the learning world since 2009, he spends most of his time at the point where content, platform and data meet.