The numbers don’t lie -- developing new leaders is the #1 talent challenge facing organizations globally. According to a recent LinkedIn survey, only 13% of companies do an excellent job at developing leaders, leaving the rest to play a mean game of catch up. With the talent pool shrinking, it’s all the more important that learning & development be a strong driving mechanism for retaining talent. 
In meeting the demands of the ever-dynamic workplace, the old adage of "running training like a business" has since shifted from proving ROI to driving the employee culture, cultivating partnerships with greater business units, and ultimately  enhancing performance with speed in mind.  Bringing together today’s learning and organizational development leaders with tomorrow’s successors, this three-day event will uncover ways to:
• Build an intentional learning organization, where everyone has the desire to learn & grow
• Cultivate partnerships with operational & IT teams to enhance your digital learning ecosystem
• Meet learners where they’re at through immersive technologies and cognitive learning solutions
• Incorporate soft-skills and empathy training into leadership development programs
• Enhance digital literacy to the incoming wave of digital natives
• Rethink your performance management approach to become more continuous and developmental
• Learn and earn 20+ SHRM & HRCI credits for attending 

Here is what our attendees had to say about last year’s program:

“CLO Week Silicon Valley was fantastic in that it brought together a group of learning and OD leaders from wide-ranging industries and organization sizes to share, discuss, learn, and take away real ideas.” – Director, Organizational Development & Training, Choice Logistics
“A great opportunity to explore the thoughts that are on the forefront of our industry and brainstorm with those participants on the ideas presented” -Director of Learning and Development, Texas Health Resources
“Our team is geographically separated, so it was great to come together to have a common learning experience with leaders in the field.” –Enterprise Learning Officer, Air Force Research Laboratory
“Lots of energy and honest discussions about what works in Learning & Development” – Director of Global Learning & Development, Center of Excellence, Jacobs
“Having the opportunity to talk with other folks in the field. The overall message and understanding and embracing the message of learners MUST be at the center of everything we do, sometimes tis gets lost in translation.” –Director of Training Delivery and Development, Dollar Tree Stores

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Who attended last year?

The world’s L&D Trailblazers - ranging from Fortune 500 companies to globally recognized learning organizations

  • amazon
  • at-t
  • bank-america
  • boeing
  • cisco
  • coco-cola
  • dell
  • fedex
  • fidelity
  • ge
  • genetech
  • google
  • hilton
  • intel
  • marriot
  • metlife
  • novartis
  • prudential
  • redhat
  • samsung
  • siemens
  • sony
  • ussa
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