Last week we mentioned a brand new pre-conference event debuting Oct. 11-12, immediately before the Fall 2015 CLO Symposium, called the CLO Accelerator. #CLOAccelerator
This week’s blog post is a tribute to the personalities behind the CLO Accelerator.
With over 100 years of cumulative experience, these accredited experts have dedicated their careers to the learning and development field, propelling them to the leadership front line.
So, without further ado… Meet the Faculty!
Gerry Hudson-Martin, former vice president of training and development, Marriott International Inc.
Mike Prokopeak, editor in chief, Chief Learning Officer magazine @MikeProkopeak
Cedric Coco, senior vice president of learning and organizational effectiveness, Lowes Cos. Inc.
Ed Cohen, former leadership executive, Booze Allen Hamilton
Lisa Doyle, vice president of learning and development, Lowe’s Cos. Inc.
Justin Lombardo, chief learning officer, Baptist Health, Jacksonville, Florida
Kevin Wilde, vice president of organizational effectiveness and chief learning officer, General Mills, Inc.
Now, we’re not ones to brag, but we must say the group of leading experts we’ve assembled is nothing short of impressive. Their combined expertise is sure to provide attendees with the tools necessary for achieving the course objectives to their fullest, including:
· Review the purpose and entire scope of a corporate learning function, including the training life cycle.
· Understand and improve strategic decisions that a CLO is faced with, including alternative solutions and their implications.
· Develop a plan for ongoing personal development and a plan for the training organization’s development.
We hope you’ll join us – and the above faculty – at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines in Austin, TX, Oct. 11-12, for a fireside chat with a “CLO of the Year” on night one and for two days dedicated to polishing your leadership principles. Enrollment is now open.
Until next time!
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