We know you’re already counting the days until the upcoming Spring Symposium, but if you still need a little convincing, we’ve compiled some air-tight reasons for attending. These important points can also be used to help sway your company if you need approval to register.
So, without further ado, our top 5 reasons to come to the 2015 CLO Spring Symposium!
1. You’re looking to broaden your network with enterprise learning leaders
The Chief Learning Officer Symposium is, first and foremost, a learning and development community. Every aspect of the event has been designed to facilitate networking opportunities and conversations with our speakers, panelists, and fellow attendees. The Symposium is an excellent chance for you to ask questions, pick the brains of your fellow L&D professionals, and make lasting business connections.
Many of our attendees return again and again, not just for our educational sessions, but to see and connect with professional friends and peers. We try to cap our attendance at around 350 professionals, allowing for an intimate environment that inspires cross industry conversations.
2. You’re looking for solutions you can apply immediately
When we plan our workshops, sessions, and panels for Symposium, we keep your immediate needs in mind. Our goal is for you to walk away from the Symposium having learned some new strategies and tactics that you can apply to your company the minute you return.
We offer a variety of workshops to peak your interests and help you tackle specific issues that may be causing you stress at the office, and our panels endeavor to show you multiple sides of hot button issues with in the Learning & Development field.
3. You’re wowed by our speakers
It’s okay. We’re wowed too.
Not to brag (too much), but the Chief Learning Officer Symposium has featured some truly fantastic speakers in the past 11 years. Our keynote line-ups contain cutting-edge entrepreneurs, innovators, and authors who push the boundaries of learning and innovation in the world of education and beyond.
This year’s group of keynotes is no different. Join us at Spring Symposium, to hear from Steven Kotler, author of The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance; Heidi Reeder, author of Commit to Win; Bill Rasmussen of ESPN; and Brigid Schulte, author of Overwhelmed: Work, Love, And Play When No One Has The Time.
You can learn more details about this year’s keynoters here.
In addition to our headliners, we pride ourselves on gathering a top notch group of practicing Chief Learning Officers to tell their success stories, present effective case studies, and discuss enterprise challenges when it comes to learning and development.
4. You need recertification credits
Recertification is a necessity of professional development, so why not get as many hours as possible—while learning in a gorgeous setting! Our conference is registered for 10 hours of HRCI credit, so you can check re-certification off your to-do list, while learning new L&D approaches and enjoying beautiful Miami!
5. You can save $300 on Early Bird registration!
This Friday, January 9th is the LAST DAY to take advantage of our Early Bird prices and make off with that worm. Visit our Symposium Event page to register now and save that cash for something better (an upgrade to first class, perhaps?).
So are you ready to join us in Miami? Let us know in the comments which of our Top 5 Reasons is your favorite, and we’ll see you this spring!
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