Event Update: Going Virtual

The safety of our community is top priority. In light of global health concerns due to COVID-19 and related government actions, we will deliver our CLO Exchange as a digital experience, in lieu of an in-person event.
 
We look forward to bringing together the learning community in this new digital format to learn, connect, and benchmark together. Stay tuned for more details to come.

We are turning this Exchange into a 100% online event.

If you are interested in attending contact our Team!

A look back at our 2019 Speakers

Brandon Carson

Director of Learning

Delta Air Lines

Eric Levos

Director, Learning & Development

XPO Logistics

Rose Sheldon

Director - Claims Learning & Development

Allstate

Rachel Horwitz

Global Learning and Development Director

Mars Incorporated

Scott Hammerl

Director of Learning & COE

Hilton Hotels Worldwide

Lisa Lang

Head of Learning and Education Americas

Siemens

Dianna Anderson

CEO

Cylient LLC

Tyler Muse

CEO

Lingo Live

Scott Gregory PH.D

PH.D

Hogan Assessments

Jordan Fladell

CEO

mLevel

Debbie Wooldridge

CEO/Founder

ttcInnovations

Mike Figliuolo

Managing Director

thoughtLEADERS

Michelle Eppler Ed.D

Associate Vice President

Bellevue University Human Capital Lab

Diane Haines

VP Marketing

OpenSesame

Damian Hanft

Vice President, Training

Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc.

Katie Hollis

Senior Director, Employee Development

Indeed

Stephen Russell

Senior Director, Learning & Development

MAXIMUS

Julie Holbein

Director, Talent Development

Big Lots

Amy Contreras

Head of Learning & Development

Uber Freight

Chad Pfeifer

VP, Talent Development

Trilogy Health Services

Trish Holliday

Assistant Commissioner and State Chief Learning Officer

Department of Human Resources State of Tennessee

Andrea Schliessman

Senior Director, Learning & Performance

AutoNation Inc

Brain Steinberg

Director of Leadership Development

Kemper

Chris Tiglas

Director, Learning & Development

Walgreens

Dominik Rus

Corporate Learning & Development Director

Copa Airlines

Daniel Gandarilla

VP & CLO

Thoughtexchange

Donald Dennis

SVP Learning & Leadership Development

Huntington

Matt Nawrocki

SVP of Sales

NovoEd

Stephanie Clark

Chief Learning Officer

Baptist Memorial Healthcare Corporation

Kimberly Stephens

Director of Workforce Management

McGraw Hill

Tom Tonkin

Principal Consultant, Thought Leadership & Advisory Services

Cornerstone OnDemand

Paul Mumma

CEO

Cerego

Jennifer Rappoli

Senior Finance Manager and Bernie Saboe, Director of Performance Solutions

Raytheon Professional Services

Jean-Christophe Bourgade

Co-Founder and Collaborative Learning Expert

360Learning

Rajiv Jayaraman

CEO, Co-Founder

KNOLSKAPE Solutions

Jody Huls

Director, Field Training

Buffalo Wild Wings

Todd Moran

VP, Solution Consulting

EdCast

Ali O’Malley

Senior Behavioral Scientist

BetterUp

Key Topics of Discussion

CREATING AN INCLUSIVE LEARNING CULTURE

DEVELOPING ADAPTABILITY & AGILITY IN TRAINING

LEVERAGING DATA TO IMPACT PERFORMANCE

MODERNIZING & PERSONALIZING THE L&D EXPERIENCE

What Past Attendees HaD to Say:

Gender bias is holding women back in the workplace. Whether deliberate or unconscious, bias makes it harder for women to get hired and promoted and negatively impacts their day-to-day work experiences. This hurts women and makes it difficult for companies to level the playing field. 

This workshop is a hands-on activity that will highlight specific examples of gender bias in the workplace and offers research-backed recommendations for what to do.

Event Partners

Contact us to Register

Jack Mannes
Director of Executive Relations
(813) 658-2516

Inquire as a Sponsor

Tony Rocha
Sponsorship Director
(813) 658-2545

Inquire as a Speaker

Teresa Fondessy
Executive Director of Production
(646) 213-5510

Great News for Attendees!

The 22nd Chief Learning Officer Exchange is proud to partner with the world’s leading associations to offer continuous professional development credits to those who attend this edition.

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IQPC Exchange is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.

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The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.