Site Tour and Masterclass at Electronic Arts HQ
Join us for a complete tour of EA Games HQ campus with insight into employee engagement strategies , leadership development and their unique learning and development vision. Followed with an exclusive 1.5 hour Master- Class held at EA HQ on The Battle for Attention: Designing Learning for an Audience of Game Makers hosted by Brad Margolis, Director, Executive Development and Organizational Effectivenessat EA
Site Tour and Masterclass at CA Technologies
Join our attendees an inside look into this newly designed vibrant and innovative hub, home to CA Technolgies Accelerator. A safe sandbox for CA intraprenuers to vet their ideas by testing hypotheses about target problems, customers and solutions, and validating the market need for their innovations. This will then be followed with an exclusive 1.5-hour Masterclass held at CA Silicon Valley HQ on: Building and Sustaining an Agile Culture led by Sinead Condon, Head of Enterprise Agility at CA Technologies
The Disruption of Digital Learning Focus Day
The workplace is changing at an unprecedented rate, employees have embraced the latest mobile devices and digital technologies in the home and they now expect and demand the same in the office. As the latest tribe of digital natives join the workforce, having these kinds of tools and applications in place is more important than ever. The day brings a variety of keynote presentation, discussions and case studies on how to stay ahead of the wave in the digital world.
Case Study Driven Keynote Presentations
30 minute visionary presentations delivered by leading learning and development executives from a cross-sector of industries. Keynote presentations provide insightful content and define the road-map for CLO's in some of today's most iconic organization's. If you're interested in delivering a keynote address contact us here.
Featured presentations include:
- Modernizing manager development
- The powerful model of corporate universities
- Shifting from output to outcome: Lean start-up principles at scale
The CLO Forum, Spring would not be complete without Corinium's signature Discussion Groups, with delegates citing these sessions as the highlight of their event experience. For 45 minutes, our Co-Chairs and attendees get to deep-dive into a given topic, share their common challenges and discuss strategies for success, all in an off-the-record, welcoming and relaxing atmosphere.
Panels Discussions & Q&A
Panel discussions are moderated conversations, featuring a panel of experts sharing their unique experiences on a specific topic. There is also opportunity for Q&A, with the moderator encouraging the participation of the audience in developing a broader perspective in relation to a particular challenge or opportunity.
Featured panels include:
- Creating an engaged workforce
- Supporting the learning needs of a multi-generational workforce
- How to create a learning culture and help your organization grow
Highly Interactive Round-tables
Our most interactive agenda yet, providing delegates with maximum opportunities to engage with like-minded peers and apply findings to solve business problems.
As well as our Breakfast Round-tables, we have also incorporated these sessions into the main conference. Audience attendees will share experiences regarding a specific topic. Findings will be collated by a moderator who will present these insights back to the conference delegation.
Round-table topics include:
- Creating a culture of coaching starts at the top.
- The Silicon Valley way, how to create a happy and effective workplace.
- Shifting mind-set from ROI to ROO. (return on objectives)
- Diversity and Inclusion, a partner of learning.
What people are saying:
" The CLO Forum was the best event I've attended in years. The size and the format of the conference allowed participates to engage in meaningful group and individual conversations. As a result, I have actionable information to take back to my team and organization"
Robert Protho, Americas, Director Talent and Organization Development, MWH,R
"The forum of the conference was excellent; there was a nice balance of presentations and opportunities to discuss the issues raised in those presentations. The quality of the attendees was very high, and the conversations felt peer-to-peer"
Craig Pirner, Managing Director, Talent Development, The Advisory Board Company
“The conference was a perfect balance of content, knowledge sharing and networking. The content addressed current issues and the examined future trends and issues. It was a refreshing, energizing and thought provoking. I look forward to attending next year's conference.”
Dr Iris Ware, Chief Learning Officer, City of Detroit
"Very nicely organized conference. I really enjoyed the intimate setting and the presenters. This conference gave me valuable insights on trends in digital learning and how different organizations with varying budgets/industries were able to implement effective Learning Programs. The Forum was great! Being able to listen to, interact with, and learn from peers and colleagues across so many industries was incredible. Seeing the challenges and triumphs of CLO's and Learning Development was inspiring!"
Alfonz Ruth, Chief Learning Officer, US Dept of Transporation
“The CLO Forum was a wonderful experience to share and listen what is happening in the world of L&D outside my organization. The diverse group of companies and industries represented was enlightening. It was comforting to see how, regardless of industries, we all go thru similar challenges and opportunities. The feedback and insight provided by all colleagues was helpful and many times applicable to my business. Great forum to network and learn about new L&D tools, processes and execution. Thank you for organizing!”
Eduardo Sanabia, Chief People Officer, ThinkFoodGroup, LLC
"This forum presented itself as an opportunity to listen to, and network with some of the foremost experts in Learning and Development from the government, corporate, healthcare and higher education sectors. I have attended many conferences over the years for Learning and Development, but this has unequivocally been the best. I look forward to attending future conferences from Corinium."
Dr Harry Kantrovich, Chief Learning Officer, City of Alexandria, Virginia