If you are wondering who will be at the Leading Learning Symposium and what they expect to get out of it, you’ll appreciate these brief videos from three attendees. (And also check out Who’s Coming.)
Help with the “Sea Change”
Like many learning leaders, Valerie Parks, Director of Learning Strategies at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA), has seen a real sea change in the market for continuing education and professional development in recent years. She feels the symposium offers a forum for sharing experiences with other organizations and learning from experts about how to deal with this change.
How to Reach People in the Digital Market
Burt Hudson, vice president of health insurance education at America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) and a symposium advisor is excited about the diversity of content the symposium promises and the potential for learning from what others have done to leverage social media both for marketing and learner engagement.
Building Internal Capacity
Julia Richards, director of business development & operation at ZERO TO THREE, sees tremendous opportunity for serving the organization’s audience with expanded learning offerings. She views the symposium as a resource for building the internal capacity to capitalize on that opportunity.