Corporate Learning and Development Summit

Berlin (GER), March 2020 - The event provides a platform for key decision makers in leading industries to discuss the importance of L&D in the workforce and new methods of delivering learning. It is scheduled to take place 14-15 May in Berlin, Germany.

Join global executives and us as we return for our fifth Corporate Learning and Development Summit. This edition will focus on creating and fostering effective strategies for talent development and maximizing L&D opportunities to deliver education accessibly, flexibly, and informally through technological innovation and design.

The conference will bring together L&D, HR, and other industry experts to discuss the latest topics in L&D, such as improving organizational learning and learning technology. Leading professionals from global brands will be in attendance to share their experiences and discuss the latest trends in corporate L&D.

This is an invaluable two-day opportunity to network with industry leaders, exchange knowledge and informative insights with leading experts, and discuss current challenges and dynamics of the field.

Key Practical Learning Points

  • leveraging discovery journeys and design thinking to foster innovation
  • talent management and talent development in a digital world
  • top L&D trends and current challenges
  • adapting HR strategies to the next generation of workers
  • harnessing leadership to create learning culture
  • future of corporate trainings - best practices
  • improving productivity via employee experience digitalization
  • applying gamification and virtual reality to enhance learning experiences
  • utilizing AI techniques to track learner progress
  • transforming leadership culture and capabilities
  • delivering results by inspiring and mobilizing employees
  • Digital Learning 2.0 - the future qualification roadmap
  • how data analytics can inform learning design and deliver success

Attendees will include CLOs, VPs, department heads, CHROs, presidents, CEOs, directors, managers, professors, and other specialists with the following expertise:

  • talent and knowledge management
  • learning and development
  • performance management
  • education and training
  • human resources
  • instructional design
  • employee and leadership development
  • eLearning
  • learning technology
  • employee experience and engagement innovation
  • organizational effectiveness
  • continuous improvement