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On Tuesday, April 14, we'll be hosting two Power Hours; one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Here's a preview of what to expect.
The relationship between a CLO and a vendor can be trying, but with proper vetting and clear expectations, it doesn’t have to be.
Six talent practices stand above the rest when it comes to maximizing engagement throughout employees’ tenure.
Cloud computing firm Saba Software acquired by private equity firm in the wake of accounting woes.
Opening Keynote Steven Kotler will be presenting current research about how we can tap into our “flow state” to get more out of our personal and professional lives.
Diversity practices aren't the same as job skills or competencies, and therefore have to be presented differently by trainers if employees are going to adopt them.
Let’s talk about some of the luxuries our 2015 Spring CLO Symposium venue has to offer our attendees during their Symposium stay.
Today, we’ll be reviewing some of the popular themes that are popping up in the corporate L&D environment and how CLOs and speakers will be discussing those themes at our event.
Today I’ll be passing the metaphorical baton to our Editor-in-Chief, Mike Prokopeak, as he officially welcomes you to the Spring 2015 Symposium.
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.
Tackling why you should join us at the Symposium, and what kind of professionals will reap the most benefits from attending.
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