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View the 2020 CLO Exchange Agenda

View the 2020 CLO Exchange Agenda

At the CLO Exchange Virtual, thought-leaders from the world's top enterprises will explore how you and your teams can support and develop your organization's learning culture in this age of digital transformation.

Speakers Include: 

  • Richard Nuffer, Chief Learning Officer, U.S. Defense Commissary
  • Tobias Washington, Head of Talent & Creative Solutions, CHRISTUS Health
  • KimLoan Tran, Head of Global Learning and Development, TIBCO
  • Briana Snyder, Head of Global Learning and Development, Biogen
  • Rose Sheldon, Director of Enterprise Learning, Allstate 
  • Marco Madrazo, Director of Learning Experience Design, Holiday Inn Club Vacations


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



             


2020 Sponsorship Opportunities Snapshot

2020 Sponsorship Opportunities Snapshot

We've outlined the most important information you need to know about sponsoring the 22nd Chief Learning Officer Exchange in this comprehensive 1-Page overview.

Inside, you'll find:

  • Who qualifies to attend
  • Our attendee profile
  • Sample list of past attendees
  • Top investment areas
  • Current solution providers
  • And more!

Download the snapshot to see why the CLO Exchange is the top choice for CLOs and solution providers alike >>

2020 Virtual Exchange Format

2020 Virtual Exchange Format

We've outlined the most important information you need to know about attending the Chief Learning Officer Exchange in this comprehensive 1-Page overview.

Inside, you'll find information on:

  • Event content
  • Peer-to-peer virtual networking
  • Personalized agendas
  • Solution providers
  • And more!

Download the snapshot to see why the CLO Exchange is the top choice for CLOs and Heads of Learning alike in today’s virtual world!

Special Report - Falling Forward: Developing Competencies in Dealing with Change Management

Special Report - Falling Forward: Developing Competencies in Dealing with Change Management

Gone are the days of thinking things will return to what we once knew. We have entered a new era in business and a new way of life. We are in a period in which change is inevitable and the adaptation to it is required.

In this report we will talk about the more optimal of the two – adaptation. As with any good goal or objective comes a perfectly set plan of how to overcome challenges, and we will take it a step further, diving into a proactive approach to developing the competencies in dealing with change management.