Sunday, 18 September 2011

WOLCE 2011 - Conference sessions day 2

The second days of the conference is on the 28 September 2011 at the NEC Birmingham.

10:00 – 11:00 Overcoming the barriers to change - 
Rachel Richardson, Group Head of Human Resources, Sportingbet
Clare Kirk, Group Learning & Development Manager, Sovereign Housing Group
John Baker, Strategic L&D Adviser, Capita Learning & Development, and former Learning, Development and HR Operations Director, Legal & General
Tony Sheehan, Learning Services Director, Ashridge
Debbie Carter
, Director of Research, TJ

11:05 – 12:05 M1 - Constructing a compelling business case for L&D activities - 
  • Alison Hewitt, GDO & Large Accounts Manager Learning & Development, Xerox Europe
Nigel Harrison, Chartered Business Psychologist, and Founder, Performance Consulting UK 

11:30 – 12:30 M4 - Harnessing the potential of social learning
Nancy Ouma, Assessment & Training Manager, VSO
Jane Hart, Founder, Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies 

13:45 – 14:45 A3 - Developing your line managers as coaches

14:00 – 15:00 A4 - Maximising the transferral of learning into behavioural change
Peter Coley, Head of Learning & Development, St Mungo’s
Louise Charlton, Consultant to St Mungo’s
Andy Dickson, Head of Global Solutions, Impact International

15:05 – 15:45 Adapting to change and influencing success – five new conversations for L&DThis interactive closing session will use the conference inputs, the audience’s experiences and the latest research with over 1,200 L&D organisations to provide delegates with practical ideas take back to business to influence change.
Laura Overton, Managing Director, Towards Maturity

Mike Morrison is director of RapidBI, an organizational effectiveness consultancy. He has been involved in HR, OD and strategic development for over 20 years. He can be contacted via © This article is copyright RapidBI 2006-2010 – it may be copied providing the authors are credited and direct links maintained Blog - Business & L&D Blog Twitter - @rapidbi

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