The 2015 Leading Learning Spring Summit held on May 1 in Washington, DC, was a great success. We’re grateful to Digital Ignite/YM Learning (now part of Community Brands) for sponsoring the event and to Tony Bingham, president and CEO of the Association for Talent Development, for speaking about major trends in talent development and how these impact organizations in the business of lifelong learning. Below are videos from the event, and a link to the slides that Tony used during his talk.
Jeff Cobb, Tagoras co-founder and managing director, opens the Leading Learning Spring Summit by highlighting the power of community and the three reasons that trade and professional organizations are the best candidates for leading the market for lifelong learning, continuing education, and professional development.
Tamer Ali, co-founder of Digital Ignite and senior vice president of YM Learning, discusses the critical importance of expertise in today’s world and the role that associations can play as trusted sources of expertise.
Tagoras co-founder and managing director Celisa Steele discusses how forward-thinking associations should consider the lessons of responsive design and integrate these with maximizing the reach, revenue, and impact of their education programs.
Tony Bingham, president and CEO of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), discusses the major emerging trends in the global market for talent and how these may impact trade and professional associations. Introduction by Celisa Steele, Tagoras.