Virtual Corporate Learning & Development Institute
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Virtual Corporate
Learning & Development
Institute

Corporate Learning & Development Institute

September 29 – October 1, 2020

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Leveraging The L&D Organization As A Strategic Enabler To Achieve Desired Business Outcomes

In today’s unsettled business environment due to the impacts of COVID-19 and social upheaval, workplace learning has become a key lever for survival, sustainability and success. The traditional role of the Learning Leader is evolving, as Heads of Learning embrace an increasingly influential role working collaboratively with C-Suite leaders to recognize and develop new roles, reshape departments and business lines, and re-skill employees to thrive in the months and years to come.

Through participation in the Corporate Learning & Development Institute, you will be part of an engaged community of L&D thought leaders, who will serve as a strong network and sounding board for ideas and information exchange on how to shape and lead the L&D organization as a strategic enabler for desired business outcomes during these turbulent times.

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MEET YOUR TEAM

Amy Hallman

Amy Hallman

Senior Production Manager, IPMI
Katrina Brightling

Katrina Brightling

Operations Director, IPMI

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

We partner with an exclusive Advisory Committee for each Institute to shape relevant and topical content.

Institutes developed by Executives, for Executives.

Amar Patel
Chief Learning Officer
CAE Healthcare
Daniel Gandarilla
SVP, Chief Talent Officer
Atrium Health (NC)
Jennifer Barnes
Director, Learning and Development
The American Heart Association
Jim Irvine
Global Learning & Development Leader
Renault-Nissan Alliance
Magdy Karam
Chief Learning Officer
Microsoft Canada
Mike Kennedy
Former AVP, Learning & Development, Talent Management
NBA

SPEAKER FACULTY

Amar Patel
Chief Learning Officer
CAE Healthcare
Amy Contreras
Global Head of Learning and Development
Uber Freight
Ann Woodward
VP, Learning & Organizational Development
SIRVA
Asia Wellington
Director, Organizational & Talent Development
Texas Health Resources
Benjamin Duffy
AVP, Digital Learning
Unum
Bill Baetz, Ph.D.
VP, Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness
Perceptyx, Inc.
Cheryl Breukelman
Founder & Principal
Epiphany Coaches
Daniel Gandarilla
SVP, Chief Talent Officer
Atrium Health (NC)
Deidre Williams
VP, Organizational Effectiveness
EMC Insurance
Dessalen Wood
Chief People Officer
ThoughtExchange
Gina Jeneroux
Chief Learning Officer
BMO Financial Group
Jennifer Barnes
Director, Learning and Development
The American Heart Association
Jonathan Mayes
SVP, External Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer
Albertsons Companies
Lisa-Anne Ferris, Ph.D.
Director, Client Services
Wiley | Education Services
Liz Woods
Sr. Director HR Research & Advisory
McLean & Company
Randy Sabourin
Co-President
Practica Learning
Sandra Plank
Chief Learning Officer and Executive Director
Lakeland University, Spectrum Health Lakeland
Shirley Engelmeier
Founder, CEO, Chief Inclusion Strategist
Inclusion INC
Steve Hrop
Chief Learning Officer
Asbury Automotive Group
Wendy Lewis
Former VP Global Chief Diversity, Inclusion & Community Engagement Officer
McDonalds

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WHAT OUR GUESTS ARE SAYING…

MY VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE

The Virtual Corporate Learning & Development Institute is designed to create space for networking, knowledge transfer, dialogue and collaboration among Learning Leaders. This live, virtual networking space will allow for engagement and interaction in real-time and face-to-face. Throughout the Virtual Institute, attendees will share insights, opportunities and challenges with the goal of driving corporate L&D initiatives forward.

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NETWORKING

The opportunity to form meaningful connections through networking and collaboration has always been at the heart of the IPMI event experience. The Virtual program will not sacrifice this crucial element.

You will be able to engage with your peers through high-quality video and audio-enabled, customized conversation hubs. Attendees can join tables in the virtual networking lounge, interacting with others in real-time as you would in a physical setting.

PANEL DISCUSSIONS & KEYNOTE SESSIONS

Benefit from insights and expertise shared through live Panel Discussions & Keynote Sessions, with the chance to share ideas through chat rooms, polling and Q&A.

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VIRTUAL THINK TANKS & ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS

‘Huddle-up’ with like-minded leaders in collaborative and interactive, high-quality video sessions. You can pre-register for these intimate and engaging sessions of a limited group of executives, reserved for deep-dive discussion.

Simply click on the table of the session you signed up for, corresponding to your event itinerary – just like entering a boardroom and ‘pulling up a chair’ in the real world!

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