Benefits from Attending our 17th CLO Exchange:
Expertise: Our speakers are recognized CLOs or an equivalent title from their respective industries, coming together under one roof to bring their insight and expertise on the latest trends.
Content: The intellectual content of the program is specifically designed for the seniority of the participants, including inspiring keynote addresses, in-depth case studies, interactive discussion like BrainWeaves, and roundtable discussions.
Intimate Setting: Participation is strictly limited to executives from leading companies to allow you access to true peer-level networking.
Curated Vendor Participation: An integral part of the Exchange is the private one-on-one business meetings with leading solution providers. Limited vendor participation is curated by our team so that you can experience true peer-to-peer learning and networking as opposed to a series of sales pitches, while still learning about the cutting edge technology available to the industry.
Strengthening Established Relationships: Meet a dynamic community of 50 CLOs from leading companies to learn best practices and see how colleagues are improving efficiency with hands-on experience on the breadth of innovative technologies - all in one place.
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The Chief Learning Officer Exchange brings cutting-edge content led by the companies you want to hear from!
- Kee Meng Yeo, CLO, Amway, speaks about L&D’s role in enabling organizational agility for sustainable business growth
- Jesse Jackson, CLO, Chase, talk about learning in the age of acceleration
- Twanya Hood Hill, Head of Content, Facebook, leads a powerful discussion on women in leadership
- Trevor Walker, VP, HR, Learning & Org Effectiveness, Ascension Health, moves from volume to value with a framework on demonstrating L&D ROI
- Kirk Santos, VP, Global Head of Learning, Leadership & Org. Development, Pitney Bowes, talks about enabling digitally-led learning
- Albert Sui, Corporate VP, PAREXEL, challenges the audience to think about all the money spent on learning, how do you know it matters?