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Key Topics

Digital Organization:

  • What is digital transformation?
  • What are the requirements for talent in digital transformation?
  • Voice from business leaders

Digital Learning:

  • How should organization transfer its learning to digital?
  • Virtual learning
  • Need more content areas

Digital You:

  • New capabilities for talent development professionals in digital age
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  • Wei Wang
    Wei Wang
    Senior Director of ATD Global
    Opening Address and Orientation
  • Jennifer Homer
    Jennifer Homer
    ATD Vice President, Community & Branding
    Keynote Speech :Important Trends of 2020: How Agility, Communication, and Connections have Shaped our Year
    This year organizations have shifted priorities, pivoted, and rebooted more so than in any year of the recent past. The talent development function has been at the center of these shifts, helping to connect employees to the tools, learning, and resources they need and helping their organization ensure that the virtual environment could deliver learning when and where it was needed most.

    During this presentation, Jennifer Homer, ATD Vice President, will share data from a variety of sources across ATD about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected employee training programs, as well as what some companies have done to pivot successfully. She’ll also discuss a few important topics that are trending now, including the key capabilities that are critical in the TD field, the development of managers, the continued importance of resilience, and why building a culture of connection is so important right now.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Conversation (Pre-recording)
    Conversation with Speaker
    Speakers: Tony Bingham, Wei Wang
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Haiyan Chen
    Haiyan Chen
    President of FIR Academy Former Executive Vice President of Huawei University
    Keynote Speech :Use Digital Empowerment to Enable “US” in the Digital Age
    This session will introduce content about the impact of online learning and question how far we are from using digital empowerment to reach company empowerment. The speaker will share how Huawei university made the digital transformation journey to return to the essence of learning. In fewer than three years, the company was able to launch thousands of massive open online courses to share its core business experience and knowledge assets. As the former executive vice president of Huawei University and the president of FIR Academy, the speaker will present the learnings from Huawei and the digital platform developed by FIR Academy based on previous Huawei’s successful experience. Join this session to hear how to empower your organization to actively change and embrace the digital age.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Conversation (Pre-recording)
    Conversation with Speaker
    Speakers: Haiyan Chen, Laura
    Moderator: Victoria Wu
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Ted Talk
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Yulu Zhu
    Yulu Zhu
    China VP, Saint-Gobain
    Speech : Talent discovery and development in Digitalization Transformation in Traditional Industry
    The session will be developed based on these questions for traditional manufacturing companies:
    • What kind of talents do we need?
    • How to explore digital talents in organization?
    • How can we develop and maintain key digital talents?
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Amanda Wang
    Amanda Wang
    Senior National Retail Academy Leader, Swarovski
    Speech : Everyday learning powered by digitalization
    In this session, the speaker will talk about digital learning programs that her company is currently using—such as an e-learning platform, onboarding new employees and store leaders, and webinars on retail essentials. You’ll also gain design tips for building a digital mindset training team and learn about the effects of key digital learning programs on the knowledge foundation and retail business KPIs.
  • Break & Digital Playground
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    Chan Lee
    Professor, Seoul National University
    Speech : Beyond Artificial Intelligence: Talent Transformation for Digital Transformation
    Digital transformation has become a buzzword around the globe. Corporations have taken the opportunity to explore ways to expand their business through artificial intelligence (AI), which often makes employees feel anxious. This has been illustrated in Hollywood movies where robots and other mechanisms replace human employees.

    In 2017, JUVIS Group, a leading diet-consulting firm in Korea, introduced an AI diet consultant to the workplace to redesign job tasks among employees and redefine their core values. The group then launched the service in 2018 to great success, and despite employees’ worries about being replaced by this digital technology, the company’s bold move created a tipping point—employees have since shown a successful talent transformation.

    In this session, the speaker will share the secret know-how behind adopting AI in workplace. You’ll hear about a success story that offers insights for HRD practitioners and decision makers on how to successfully design talent transformation for the digital technology era.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Live-Panel Discussion
    Speakers: George Liang-Anta, Sun Yuanqing-Huatai, Xufang-TCL
    Moderator: Anson
  • Break & Digital Playground
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    Kassy LaBorie
    Principal Consultant, Kassy LaBorie Consulting, LLC
    Keynote Speech : Celebrations and Collaborations of Engaged Virtual Teams!
    Leading and being on a virtual team has become more common as organizations continue to expand globally and are more accepting of virtual working technologies and practices. Successfully working from home, a remote office, or with others in dispersed geographical locations takes practice, commitment, and skill. In addition to being tech savvy, virtual team members need to have self-motivation, the ability to prioritize, and be adaptable, collaborative, organized, communicative, and independent. But these skills alone do not create an engaged team. It’s the relationships people build, the bonds they form, and their shared experiences (both challenging and successful) that create a team that sticks together. Being online and in person doesn’t feel the same once those relationships are created and allowed to thrive.

    After attending this session, you will be able to:
    • Identify the leading practices for creating collaboration in virtual meetings, like brainstorming and team visioning.
    • Create strong team bonds using virtual parties and celebrations like birthdays, showers, and retirements.
    • Outline the features and steps involved in creating collaborative meetings.
    • Plan your next virtual team holiday party.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Conversation (Pre-recording)
    Conversation with Speaker
    Speakers: Kassy LaBorie, Jenny Wu
    Moderator: Jasmine Zhang
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    JD Dillon
    Chief Learning Architect, Axonify
    Keynote Speech : Ruthless Efficiency: AI and The Not-So-Distant Future of Learning
    Time is the biggest barrier to effective workplace learning. Skill development takes time, but this reality clashes with operational priorities. Employees don’t have time to engage in learning activities because they are focused on their day-to-day work. L&D doesn’t have time to address every challenge the organization is facing, let alone the pile of requests they receive from stakeholders. No one can create more time, but time can be leveraged differently through improved prioritization and resourcing. Join the speaker for a conversation about the not-so-distant future of L&D and find out how you can defeat time by becoming ruthlessly efficient in your approach to modern workplace learning.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Apply artificial intelligence to improve your organizational learning efficiency.
    • Build your content agility through improved design practices and advanced curation techniques.
    • Fit targeted learning and support opportunities into your daily workflow.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Conversation (Pre-recording)
    Conversation with Speaker
    Speakers: JD Dillon, Young Ma
    Moderator: Wally Su
  • Break & Digital Playground
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    Meihua Zhong
    Chief Architect, Huawei Carrier BG Technical Training Institute, Huawei
    Speech : Requirements and Strategies of 5G for Digital Talents from Operators and Pan-industries
    5G enables thousands of industries. 5G+X industry applications promote digital transformation of carriers and the pan-ICT industry and call for new enterprise operation models, organization forms, and talent management frameworks to adapt to them. Huawei will share the latest 5G capability openness and service application practices in the carrier and vertical industries, such as healthcare and industrial internet, and discuss the framework and strategies for ICT enterprise and talent development in the future 5G era.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Ted Talk
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Jiaguang Liang
    Jiaguang Liang
    Dean of Anta University
    Speech : Drip Irrigation Model: Strategic and Innovative Practices in Talent Development
    To achieve leap-forward development goals, one university implemented drip irrigation—a new talent development model built on the philosophy of integrating the West and the East. By leveraging digitalization and focusing on key talent segment groups and their behavior improvement, the university cultivates a group of leading talent with international perspective and a workforce with high professionalism and a spirit of daring to win.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Hong Jing
    Hong Jing
    ZW Consulting, 2019 Linkedin Annaul Star
    Speech : How to Become a More Valuable Talent in the Digitalized Era
    Join this session—based on previous cases of high-value talent recruitment by headhunters under the background of digital transformation—to hear about the changing requirements that employers are looking for in job candidates. You’ll learn about the market's expectations for talent development practitioners. The speaker combines the talent development capability model with HR practices, suggesting ways the TD department can help employees further their professional skills under the digitalized environment, provide talent support for enterprise development, and train more individuals into higher-value talents.
  • Break & Digital Playground
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    Joe Hayes
    Director of Learning & Development Planning, Talent Management, Etisalat
    Speech : LXP / LinkedIn Learning Rapid Adoption
    Five weeks ago, one of the first and largest organizations in the MENA region integrated the LXP with LinkedIn Learning to give employees a unique learning experience from wherever they are based. Join this session to hear about the company’s digital journey to evolve workplace learning by adopting an AI-powered LXP strategy and the transformation process that they went through. The speaker will share new digital learning actions, such us unique “ATL” campaigns, virtual classroom, and other practices.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Live-Panel Discussion
    Speaker: Novartis - China Mobile
    Moderator: Dongshuo Li
  • Break & Digital Playground
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    Brandon Carson
    Director of Learning, Delta Airlines
    Keynote Speech : Impact! Creating a New Playbook for L&D In The Digital Age
    The digital age has created a massive increase in the speed and complexity of business, fundamentally changing the workplace and altering how we complete our work. As new technology is integrated, workers at all levels are reskilling much faster and navigating more complex systems and processes. The corporate learning function is in a unique position to lead the transformation required in workplace learning, but first it must transform how it operates. The key driver behind the need for this transformation can be seen in how quickly the world of work is changing. It's beyond time for the corporate learning organization to reorient itself for the digital age and take a more proactive role in enabling business transformation. We are at an inflection point requiring a wholesale reevaluation of our structure, our tools, our capabilities, and the learning business model. It’s time to reimagine corporate learning for our changing world of work. Join us for a refreshing new look at how L&D is well positioned to provide significant impact on business and the workforce during this massive job transformation.

    Key Takeaways:
    • Learn about the three forces of change driving the digital age.
    • Understand L&D's five imperatives for the digital age.
    • Hear how recalibrating L&D's impact areas will help transform the workplace.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Conversation (Pre-recording)
    Conversation with Speaker
    Speakers: Brandon Carson, Xiaojin Feng
    Moderator: Grace Liu
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    Cindy Huggett
    Principal Consultant, Cindy Huggett Consulting, LLC
    Keynote Speech : Benchmarking the Best: 3 Keys to Online Learning Success
    Have you ever wondered how to you keep everyone engaged when you aren’t in the same room? Join this session to learn the three critical components for leading and facilitating any successful online event, including how to set remote participants up for success. You will leave with practical ideas you can immediately implement in your next online event, as well as benchmarking data from the speaker’s 2020 State of Virtual Training survey, which had more than 800 global respondents. Whether you are new to live online delivery or have been facilitating virtual events for years, and regardless of which online collaboration platform you use, this session will give you new ideas, tips, and techniques for improving your virtual events.

    In this session, you will:
    • Identify three keys to online event success.
    • Convert content from in-person to online events.
    • Engage remote attendees using common virtual platform tools.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Conversation (Pre-recording)
    Conversation with Speaker
    Speakers: Cindy Huggett, Edward Tu
    Moderator: Marcy Xiao
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Maggie Li
    Maggie Li
    Global Technology Markets Senior partner, KornFerry
    Speech : Digital Sustainability: Thriving in a Digital World
    We know that digital transformation is mission-critical for organizations to survive and grow in this rapidly changing business environment. However, despite significant spending and attention, organizations are not seeing the returns on their investment. To thrive in the new normal of fast-moving, disruptive change, organizations must become digitally sustainable—that is, they must be able to continuously adapt and thrive in the digital economy. Succeeding in the digital world means embedding the ability to transform your organization's DNA.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Ted Talk
  • Break & Digital Playground
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    Wally Su
    ATD Facilitator
    Speech : Learning Curating in the Era of Digital Transformation
    There is a lot of information and content in the era of digital transformation. Are those who are most knowledgeable the most powerful? Or is it someone who knows where to find the answers? When designing a talent development project, do you need to develop new content every time? To face the challenges of rapid changes in digital transformation, use tools such as curation and crowdsourcing to make it easier to conduct fast-learning curation projects. This session can help you understand how learning curation works and which tools to use. The speaker will also share successful case studies.
  • Break & Digital Playground
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    Dongshuo Li
    President of UMU
    Speech :
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  • Karen Greenfield
    Karen Greenfield
    Global Director, SAP Learning2Go Virtual Live Classroom Program
    Speech : Impactful Virtual Live Training – An SAP Case Study
    This session will provide you with insights into the highly successful, award-winning implementation of a global virtual live classroom program. Hear how a virtual live classroom program created six years ago for the sales organization has grown to accompany the entire company with more than 33,000 yearly participants with proven business impact. The speaker will share lessons learned and best practices including tips and recommendations to be successful with virtual live training in today's learning environment.
    Key Takeaways:
    • Describe lessons learned when implementing a corporate virtual live training program.
    • Leverage best practices from a global virtual live program.
    • Identify tips for building a volunteer internal faculty team to grow colleagues professionally while being able to scale and reduce costs.
  • Break & Digital Playground
  • Live-Panel Discussion
    Speakers: UMU, CEIBS DIGITAL
  • Fan Luo
    Fan Luo
    HRVP, Lili&Beauty
    People Transformation as the Key Factor in Digital Transformation
    During this session, the speaker will discuss people’s perspective in digital transformation through rich study reports and real practice cases. The session’s key topics include role evaluation, cultural environment, employee experience and mindset transformation, and competency development. Systems thinking as a bottom line will be covered through an introduction to the WE model and toolbox.
  • Zhi Wei - China  Summit
    Zhi Wei
    Partner, PWC
    The important role of technology application in modern human resource management
    Modern human resource management takes "people" as the core, and helps employees enhance their capability and career planning in a fair and open environment by improving the incentive mechanism of enterprises. In this process, many enterprises ignore the important role of technology application in modern human resource management. Why should human resources apply the technology? What are the advantages of technology application in human resource management?
  • Yuanqing Sun
    Yuanqing Sun
    Deputy Head Manager of Human Resources Department, Huatai Securities Company Limited
    Talent Development System Under Huatai Digital Transformation
    This session will introduce content about how the financial industry is on the cusp of digital upgrading and leading the innovation and transformation of companies in talent management and development. Based on its technology-enabled, two-wheel drive and empowering people strategy, one company has built a digital talent development system. This system has capabilities for international investment banking personnel training and customer value-add, which form a total solution and comprehensive ecology to help drive the continuous growth of its employees and customers.
  • Pan Peng
    Pan Peng
    Operation Director of Online Learning Department, China Mobile University
    Large-Scale Blended Competence Training and Certification Practice for Technicians on the Basis of Skills Readiness Improvement
    Since 2014, to meet the needs of digital technology and business development, China Mobile University has carried out the large-scale blended competence training and certification practice for technicians on the basis of skills readiness improvement.
    The purpose of the project is to enhance the 4G network maintenance ability of existing technicians with low cost, high efficiency, proper standards and to improve the network wireless access rate. The project won the ATD 2019-2020 Excellence in Practice Award. The speech focuses on the winning project, including the background, design, results, and experience of the project.
  • Tao Ye
    Tao Ye
    Senior Manager of Agile Learning, Novo Nordisk (China) Pharmaceutical
    Agile Learning Practice
    The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated the transformation of digital marketing and management of pharmaceutical companies’ business departments. The tremendous changes in business and learning scenarios require personnel training in pharmaceutical companies to provide content and models that adapt to these new realities. Join this session to hear how one company’s HR department adapted its training solutions.
  • Lei Yu
    Lei Yu
    Senior Training Manager, Novartis China
    Future Warriors: Holistic Online Training for New Medical Representatives
    At ATD 2019 China Summit, the head of sales training at an organization talked about reimaging digital transformation in learning through content digitalization, a digital platform, and linking behavior change and performance. Since then, the company has begun to transform training for new medical representatives from the original five-day, face-to-face design to a 30-day holistic online training called “Future Warrior.” This innovative holistic online training launched for all brands in 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this also played a critical role in upskilling medical representatives. Join this session to hear the speakers dive deeper into this digital transformation in learning and share a real case study detailing new medical representative training.
  • Weihan Lin
    Weihan Lin
    Training Manager, Novartis China
    Future Warriors: Holistic Online Training for New Medical Representatives
    At ATD 2019 China Summit, the head of sales training at an organization talked about reimaging digital transformation in learning through content digitalization, a digital platform, and linking behavior change and performance. Since then, the company has begun to transform training for new medical representatives from the original five-day, face-to-face design to a 30-day holistic online training called “Future Warrior.” This innovative holistic online training launched for all brands in 2020. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this also played a critical role in upskilling medical representatives. Join this session to hear the speakers dive deeper into this digital transformation in learning and share a real case study detailing new medical representative training.
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    Christopher Yates
    General Manager of Learning & Development, Microsoft
    Clouds not Pyramids
    • The role of the organization in society today – issues of globalization and the 4th industrial revolution, now pandemics – creation of the current “Omni-Crisis)
    Conways Law in the design of the organization to enable the technology of the future and the basis for digital transformaton
    • Why clouds are better than pyramids as an organizational structure and the challenge for Human Resources professionals to create strong networked organizations instead of enforcing the traditional hierarchical structures
    • The role of the manager / people leader in enabling change in a distributed / agile organization, how power needs to shift to the middle of the organization as the core challenge for transformation
    • Why focus on skills and microlearning instead of competencies to enable managers in the current time pressured environment and what are the key skills for managers to navigate the current omni-crisis
    • Introduce 4 D model (from book SHARE) as a method to help digital transformation and why micro-learning is the way forward
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    David Hendrick Jr.
    Director, Centre for Healthcare Innovation - People Development, Tan Tock Seng Hospital
    The Journey of Building a Digital Workforce
    This session will share the why there’s a need for a digital workforce, discuss the changing role of people development, and discuss the case study of Tan Tock Seng Hospital (Singapore).

    The speaker will introduce the learning strategy taken toward building a digital workforce and the digital learning road map to build competencies and capabilities, as well as lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    Gina Jeneroux
    Chief Learning Officer, BMO Financial Group
    The Future Starts Now
    The global pandemic has shown how quickly things can shift almost overnight. Consider how much the world will advance in 10 years! Automation, Big Data, and the Internet of Things are transforming every aspect of our lives. Every day we see new predictions, and although we can make educated guesses about the future, we can’t be 100 percent certain about everything it will hold. Skills are becoming the code to unlock new possibilities and help to navigate the uncertainty. See how BMO Financial Group is helping employees build new skills for today and tomorrow so they can be ready for anything.

    Key takeaways:
    • Learn about the mega trends shaping the landscape.
    • Learn how skills are becoming the “new currency” for a new world.
    • See how BMO Financial Group is preparing for the future—starting now—by developing the skills that matter most for the company and its employees.
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    Lin WU
    Learning Solutions Director, Schneider Electric
    Company Digital Empowerment
    Under the trend of digital transformation, sort out business processes, identify digital skills, discover and cultivate digital talents, guide employees to transform their cognition, make their personal visions consistent with company transformation, and let digital transformation follow business development as well as achieve phased goals and complete a zero-to-one breakthrough. Through agile reorganization of standardized digital business processes, the fission of 1 to N is finally achieved.
  • Serena Huang
    Serena Huang
    Global Head of People Analytics, Kraft Heinz
    Accelerate Your Digital Transformation Using People Analytics
    There are few companies that are not in the middle of a digital transformation. As organizations embark on their transformation journey, it is critical to apply data analytics to assess the adoption and understand employee concerns in a timely fashion. Transformation often comes with a redesign of the organization structure and analytics can help ensure employees can deliver under the new structure. Additionally, people analytics can recommend a buy versus build strategy based on a skills gap analysis. Finally, analytics can inform a retention strategy tailored to critical roles or top talent within the organization.
  • Vivek Ravichandran
    Vivek Ravichandran
    Head of talent development, technology and strategic initiatives for North America, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
    Transforming Talent to fuel Business 4.0
    In a rapidly changing digital world, one company enabled its more than 460,000 employees to upskill themselves in various digital technologies by adopting an experience-first, anytime-anywhere microlearning strategy.

    In this session, you will:
    • Learn how to use persuasion and behavioral nudges for effective learning adoption.
    • Discover how digital transformation can lead to an exponential increase in competencies among employees.
    • Hear how internal upskilling and cross skilling have been key resource fulfilment tools and have enabled business growth.
  • Yuxin Zhou
    Yuxin ZHOU
    Learning and Talent Development Head, BASF Greater China
    To Win the Digital Age, Explore the Transformation of Traditional Manufacturing Talent Management
    The digital wave is sweeping across the world and almost all industries with an unstoppable momentum. No matter how brilliant a traditional manufacturer has been and how long its history is, if it wants to win the future, digital transformation is a challenge that cannot be avoided.

    In this session, you will:
    • Discover key challenges faced by traditional manufacturing in the process of digital transformation.
    • Learn what talent is needed for the digital transformation of traditional manufacturing.
    • Gain practices to use in digital leadership and digital talents.
  • Britt-Andreatta
    Britt Andreatta
    CEO, 7th Mind Inc.
    7 Brain-Based Strategies for Leading Change
    During this pandemic, change is bigger and coming faster than ever. Fifty to 70 percent of change initiatives fail because typical approaches don’t take into account human biology and that we’re wired to resist change. Learn about brain-based strategies that drive successful change. Discover the four brain structures activated by change and intentionally mitigate their effects, increasing people’s adaptability and resilience. This session will give you new tools and strategies you can implement immediately. In this webcast you will learn: -how to assess and map the four types of change journeys -the brain structures activated by change and how to mitigate their effects -seven strategies for leading change during these uncertain times.
  • William Arruda
    William Arruda
    Founder of Reach and CareerBlast.TV.
    Digital You: Real Personal Branding in the Virtual Age
    Fruitful relationships start with compelling first impressions. Personal branding guru William Arruda will show you how to identify and develop your brand using digital tools, which will allow you to expand your success and provide greater value to your employer. Arruda will also share tips from his new book, Digital You: Real Personal Branding in the Virtual Age. Learn how to build a relevant and inspiring online social media presence without it taking over your life. You’ll leave the webcast with actionable tips about how to increase employee engagement, retention, and satisfaction at your company.
  • Jiayi Chen
    Jiayi Chen
    Learning and Development Director, WeWork Greater China
    Digital Growth With WeWork
    As the world's leading provider of office space and space-as-a-service platform, WeWork is committed to making a platform for member companies to create high-quality ideas and assisting the digital transformation of large companies and local innovation of international brands. WeWork uses flexible working methods and an inspiring work atmosphere to enhance the creativity and collaboration of member companies’ employees, consolidating the cultural foundation for the transformation and development of companies. It also uses space advantages to create a unique talent attraction and development experience.
  • Xiang Zhou
    Xiang Zhou
    Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition & Employer Brand, WeWork Greater China
    Digital Growth With WeWork
    As the world's leading provider of office space and space-as-a-service platform, WeWork is committed to making a platform for member companies to create high-quality ideas and assisting the digital transformation of large companies and local innovation of international brands. WeWork uses flexible working methods and an inspiring work atmosphere to enhance the creativity and collaboration of member companies’ employees, consolidating the cultural foundation for the transformation and development of companies. It also uses space advantages to create a unique talent attraction and development experience.
  • Maggie Li
    Maggie Li,
    Global Technology Markets Senior partner, Korn Ferry
    Leadership in the New Normal
    A new way of working, volatility, complexity, and uncertainty in the market: All of this is driving leaders around the globe to reassess the qualities and critical skills necessary to succeed and lead authentically in disruptive times.
  • LaVay Lauter
    LaVay Lauter
    Director of talent development, R.W. Baird
    Captivate Your Virtual Learners Through Dynamic Training Tools
    How can you captivate virtual learner audiences? How can you ensure participants are transformed and adopting desired behaviors as a result of your teaching? This session will offer cutting-edge solutions to retain virtual learners. Grounded in adult learning theory, these best practices can be leveraged just-in-time, regardless of experience. Learn to apply each innovative step virtually, employing plug-and-play tools with minimal preparation. This session was recorded at the ATD 2019 International Conference & EXPO, May 19 - 22, 2019 in Washington D.C.
  • Chad Udell
    Chad Udell
    Director, Float Mobile Learning
    Unique Design Considerations for Mobile
    Chad Udell explains why mobile has design considerations that make it different from other technologies.
  • Stacy Adams
    Stacy Adams
    Head of Marketing, Vyond
    Using Video for Microlearning
    Stacy Adams discusses how to use video as part of your microlearning strategy.
  • Carrie Addington
    Carrie Addington
    ATD facilitator
    Managing Difficult Classroom Participants
  • Chad Udell
    Chad Udell
    Director,Float Mobile Learning
    How to Get Started with Mobile Learning
    The first step to getting started with mobile learning is starting small. In this video, Chad Udell shares how you can get started immediately.
  • Chad Udell
    Chad Udell
    Director,Float Mobile Learning
    Why Mobile Learning Is So Important
    Chad Udell explains why a shift in content consumption attitudes has paved the way for mobile learning.
  • Patricia Phillips
    Patricia Phillips, PhD
    President and CEO, ROI Institute
    Measuring ROI On Soft Skills
    Patricia Phillips explains how you can measure soft skills in your employees.
  • Chad Udell
    Chad Udell
    Director,Float Mobile Learning
    How Mobile Works for Performance Support
    Chad Udell explains the benefits of using mobile for performance support.
  • James Kirkpatrick
    James Kirkpatrick
    co-owners, Kirkpatrick Partners
    How Do I Get Started With Evaluation?
    James and Wendy Kirkpatrick offer practical advice for getting started with evaluation.
  • Wendy Kirkpatrick
    Wendy Kirkpatrick
    co-owners, Kirkpatrick Partners
    How Do I Get Started With Evaluation?
    James and Wendy Kirkpatrick offer practical advice for getting started with evaluation.
  • Chad Udell
    Chad Udell
    Director,Float Mobile Learning
    CTDO: Learning Technology in Five Years
    Chad Udell shares his thoughts on which emerging technologies will be prominent in the next five years.
  • Chad Udell
    Chad Udell
    Director,Float Mobile Learning
    How Augmented Reality Augments Performance
    Chad Udell describes how augmented reality can deliver real-world results.
  • Patricia Phillips
    Patricia Phillips, PhD
    President and CEO, ROI Institute
    Calculating ROI: Choosing Programs to Evaluate
    Patricia Philips provides advice on how to pick programs to evaluate for ROI.
  • Aubrey Wiete, M.A.
    Aubrey Wiete, M.A.
    Talent Management Consultant, Cincinnati's Children's Hospital
    Aligning People Strategy with Business Strategy: Aubrey Wiete
    Aubrey Wiete, a Talent Management Consultant for Cincinnati's Children's Hospital, advises aligning business strategy with people in organizations. The first step toward alignment is having a clear strategy. is that there is an urgent need for strategic workforce planning. The second step is to articulate the strategy frequently, and the final step for merging people with business strategy has an element branding.
  • Ethan Sanders
    Ethan Sanders
    Director of Learning, AARP
    Transitioning a L&D Department to a Performance Focus
    Ethan Sanders explains how to transition a L&D Department to a performance focused department.
  • Joe Willmore
    Joe Willmore
    President, Willmore Consulting Group
    Performance Consulting : Identifying Root Causes (A Case Study)
    Joe Willmore discusses identifying the root causes of performance consulting.
  • Jonathan Halls
    Jonathan Halls
    Author, Trainer, and Coach
    The Real Rules of Training
    Jonathan Halls debunks the so-called rules of training that focus on making the trainer look good. He suggests that trainers should develop their own rules of training that center around the learner.
  • Chris Pirie
    Chris Pirie
    General Manager of Training and Readiness, Microsoft
    How to Build a Modern Sales Enablement Function
    Chris Pirie explains how to get started when building a modern sales enablement function.
  • Tim Slade
    Tim Slade
    Speaker, Author
    Your Questions About Working With Difficult Stakeholders and Subject Matter Experts
    In this video, Tim Slade answers questions about working with difficult stakeholders and subject matter experts.
  • Tim Slade
    Tim Slade
    Speaker, Author
    Answers Your Questions About Virtual Facilitation
    In this video, Tim Slade answers questions about virtual facilitation.
  • Doug Bushée
    Doug Bushée
    Senior Director of Sales Practice Research, Gartner Former Vice President of Sales Enablement, Xerox
    How to Have Managers Involved in Training Programs
    Doug Bushée, senior director for sales enablement at Gartner, discusses how to have managers involved in training programs. From initial ideas to execution and sustainability, Doug's insights are easy to implement and get positive results.