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Wednesday 2 October 10:30 – 11:00 The business of innovation

13:45 – 14:15 Aligning L&D to organisational strategy (T2)

While there is extensive research on innovation in organisations, the missing piece is how to enable an individual, and by extension a team, to become more innovative. Find out the ‘how tos’ of innovation which can be taught as learnable skills to individuals.

Ian McDermott, Founder, International Teaching Seminars

10:45 – 11:15 Want to learn more about game based learning? (T1) Game based learning isn’t just leaderboards and reward systems. Game design and theory are a very important part of the eLearning designer toolbox, and we can even use the game industry for inspiration!

Scott Hewitt, CEO, Real Projects 11:15 – 11:45 How emotional engagement


accelerates performance This highly interactive session reviews the importance of emotional engagement and identifies key actions organisations can take to quickly and easily increase emotional commitment to the business.

Maria Paviour, Occupational Psychologist, The Maria Paviour Company

11:45 – 12:15 Video to boost, socialise and connect learning (T1) This session covers the rise of video as a communications medium, and explores how it can be used to support social learning initiatives, boost internal training programmes and connect people across a whole organisation.

JJ van Delsen, European Sales Director, PanoptoEurope; Chris Newsome, L&D Consultant, City and Guilds

12:00 – 12:30 How to prove the ROI of learning (T2)

The ROI of L&D remains a hot topic, yet barriers continue to inhibit its widespread use. This session introduces a practical set of easy to use techniques that provide a credible measure of the ROI or ‘added value’ of learning.

Gerard Doyle, Managing Partner, Phillips ROI Institute UK 12:45 – 13:15 Developing global eLearning


– a journey of initiation Oxfam needs to deliver training in the most challenging humanitarian crisis zones, to hundreds of individuals at a time, rapidly and internationally. Hear about the development of their ambitious eLearning programme, and what we can learn from their experiences.

Christina Schmalenbach, Humanitarian Capacity Development Advisor, Oxfam GB

13:00 – 13:30 Make the transition from competence (T2)

to excellence Jo will present the case for making a transition from advocating levels of competence to inspiring excellence, in order to prosper in the face of today’s challenges, with practical steps for managers to improve business performance.

Jo Keeler, Business Director, Belbin

13:30 – 14:00 Nod if you can hear me – a guide to increasing (T1) learner engagement Are you in learning? You better also be in the persuasion business. This seminar reveals three steps that get learners to talk about and love your learning. Find out how to create learning campaigns and not just courses.

Stephen Walsh, Director, City & Guilds Kineo Fringe seminars

The fringe seminars are for those who collaborate with L&D decision-makers, from sales directors to heads of customer service and line managers, to newcomers to L&D.

The fringe seminars are held in Conference Rooms 2 & 3. Tuesday 1 October

13:40 – 14:20 (F1) How learning technologies can deliver impressive customer service results Kenny Henderson, Head of Talent Development Operations, Sky; Charles Gould, Managing Director, Brightwave

13:40 – 14:20 (F2) Making an impact in your new training role Tim Drewitt, Learning Technologies Specialist, Eversheds

Wednesday 2 October

10:10 – 11:00 (F3) The value of accredited leadership training David Pardley, Senior Manager for Research and Policy, Institute of Leadership Management (ILM)

10:10 – 11:00 (F4) Optimising sales performance through effective learning Karen Fagan, Academy Executive, Non-Technical Development and Delivery, Kia Motors UK; Joe Kennard, Founder, Purple Media

Fringe seminars are free to attend. To book your place go to the Delegate Information Point at the event or call in advance on 020 8394 5171 – spaces are limited!


How can L&D contribute to the organisation’s strategy? This presentation outlines how L&D professionals can create alignment between their effort and what the organisation is moving towards.

Jeremy Galpin, Group Training and Talent Manager, Costain Group; Simon Merrell, Senior Consultant, Interaction Learning and Development

14:15 – 14:45 Impacts tomorrow? Challenges to (T1)

eLearning today Uncover the findings from a recent study into the future of eLearning, based on feedback from over 100 UK and global companies. Use the results to help you make short and long term changes to your L&D strategy.

Tony Sheehan, Director of Learning Services and Jessica Hills, Content & Innovation Manager, Ashridge Business School

15:00 – 15:30 Real people, real projects – experiential (T2)

learning in the community This seminar examines how to run community based learning projects with charity partners, from sourcing a project to facilitating the experience; creating exciting and increasingly relevant ways to develop leaders.

Jan Levy, Managing Director, Three Hands 15:15 – 15:45 Mobile, 3D and immersive eLearning


Discover the potential for immersive learning using 3D environments within a mobile context, with examples including Virtual Appollo; an out-of-this- world geology field trip to the moon.

David Burden, Managing Director, Daden Limited

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