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Millennials, measurement and more at Learning Technologies 2016

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Learning Technologies 2016 is Europe’s leading L&D exhibition and conference. Taking place in early February, it’s one of 2016’s first (and best) opportunities to converge and talk about what’s new in the industry, what has changed and where this year might take us.

This year, LEO Learning is exhibiting alongside the entire Learning Technologies Group (LTG), showcasing the breadth and depth of our group’s unique capability. That includes the BAFTA-winning applied games expertise of Preloaded; the governance, risk and compliance specialism of Eukleia and the multi-device authoring know-how of gomo learning.

LEO Learning draws on the unique expertise of the LTG portfolio in order to deliver best in class blended solutions for our clients, whatever their business challenges might be. We’re excited to be united alongside the group for the first time at LT to showcase our unrivalled capability.

LEO Learning at learning Technologies 2016

Learning Technologies 2016 takes place on the 3-4th February at London Olympia.

LEO Learning will be on stand B21, ready to take visitors through our transformative, results-driven approach to contemporary learning and development. Our team of programme managers, consultants and specialists will be at the stand to demonstrate some of our award-winning work and chat to you about our ethos of moving learning to the heart of business strategy. Fancy attending the event? You can register for free here.

LEO Learning’s experts are taking part in seminar sessions during LT16, from the future of the workforce to measuring success, we have some insightful sessions planned. Details are as follows…

Impact, Results and Measuring Learning Success

Day 1 – Theatre 11 – 15:30

To move learning to the heart of business strategy requires real-world evidence of impact and success. This, in turn, drives the virtuous cycle of investment, change and learning evolution.

To do this, we must create powerful business cases and deliver to them. Most importantly, we must measure the impact of our learning to show categorically that the success factors on which our project was planned have been met. This has always been difficult, but in the world of complex blends and architectures, it becomes even more complex.

LEO Learning have developed strategies that work in the real world of 21st learning. We have embedded practices to deliver sound business cases, linked with sound methodologies to deliver measured results.

During this session, LEO Learning’s Director of Strategic Design Andrew Joly will explore:

  1. The case for measuring results: not just the usual tired arguments   
  2. Unblocking the blockers to measurement
  3. Starting with a data-driven business case
  4. Real-world measurement strategies
  5. Continuous measurement: breaking away from the event-based view
  6. Innovative measurement approaches

2004: The Millennials event horizon

Day 2 – Theatre 4 – 11:00

Millennials are a hot and very important topic in L&D today. The generation born between 1982 and 2004 and the first to grow up with the internet, mobile devices and instant information, Millennials are like no others before them. In 2004, the first wave of Millennials entered the workplace and by 2025, they will make up 75 percent of the global workforce. Over the past twenty years, the Millennial mindset has shaped, and will shape, our world.

In this session, LEO Learning’s Kath Fleet looks at how 2004 was a pivotal year. How, over the past ten years, this seminal generation have shaped current trends in learning and social interaction. How businesses still struggle to meet their needs and expectations. How the rate of change over the next ten years will create even greater challenges and opportunities. And how LEO Learning can help you capitalise on the present and anticipate the future.

In this session Kath will cover:

  1. Designing for high expectations and short attention spans
  2. Personalisation, mobilisation and adaptive learning
  3. Creating ‘snackable’, integrated learning architectures and experiences
  4. Driving and harnessing social engagement for business improvement
  5. The future, global implications for learning of bio-tech, wearable technology, paper thin interfaces and universal translation

We will be updating Twitter and LinkedIn over the course of January with Learning Technologies 2016 news. If you’d like to meet with a LEO Learning expert at LT16 get in touch today.