Posted on 3rd June, 2015 by Kayleigh Tanner
After a very busy Learning Technologies 2015 in January, the LEO Learning team is very excited to be returning to the Kensington Olympia next month for the Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2015.
The team will be available on stand 20 throughout the day to help you discover how you can move learning to the heart of business strategy. LEO Learning’s games and simulations experts will also be coming along to demonstrate the power of games for effective training.
LEO Learning’s Director of Strategic Design Andrew Joly and Director of Learning Imogen Casebourne will also be presenting a free seminar on the day, exploring how we can deliver the learning of the future now for meaningful, proven business results. Find the details here:
Delivering tomorrow’s learning today
Andrew Joly and Imogen Casebourne
16th June 2015
In a fast-changing, value-driven world, what can a leader in digital learning strategies like LEO Learning do to meet today’s business challenges with ever more effective learning programmes, content and learner engagement? In order to keep up in today’s workplace, measures must be taken to close the performance gap between our vision, ambition and practice, for real bottom-line results.
Imogen Casebourne, LEO Learning’s Director of Learning, and Andrew Joly, Director of Strategic Design, discuss the key strategic drivers for organisations today, and how we can meet these challenges with effective global digital learning strategies. Along with powerful case studies, they will explore areas such as:
- Balancing complex performance and learning strategies
- Delivering business-changing learning architectures and blends
- Spaced learning, and other new strategies for learner engagement
- Integrating games with purpose and gamification into your strategy
We will also have a supply of our ‘A new future for learning’ books on the stand – be sure to visit stand 20 and ask any member of the team for your free copy. We will also have free coffee available on the stand, so if you need a quick pick-me-up between seminars, feel free to drop by for a drink and a chat.
Let us know if you’re coming on Twitter, or why not contact us to arrange a one-to-one meeting at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2015?