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Fall 2013 CLO Symposium
Vision to Action: Learning’s Strategic Force
Looking for growth and improved results? Look no further than your L&D department. Done right, learning and development is the catalyst for growth, that one indispensable but often overlooked element that can multiply and magnify your individual and organizational performance. The challenge to chief learning officers is to take a learning vision and put it into action. Join us at the Fall 2013 Chief Learning Officer Magazine Symposium as we explore how learning can be used to magnify your organization’s performance.
Learning & Development Professionals:
Register by Friday, June 28, 2013 and receive the early-bird rate of $1,895 ($300 off!) Full conference credentials are $2,195.
*Vendors, Consultants and Suppliers:
Register by Friday, June 28, 2013 and receive the early-bird rate of $2,395 ($300 off!). Full conference credentials are $2,695.
*Vendor registrations are limited to 2 per company.
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“No other L&D event brings out and involves the real pros--the L&D practitioners--like CLO Frankly, after 30 years in the field, I get tired of hearing self-interested consultants (who often have never had a real job in an organization) pontificate about how to develop leaders. It's simply grandstanding and bandwagoning. At CLO events, we get the real deal on L&D: how to design it, develop it, and deliver it for results that actually benefit the company, its employees and stakeholders."
- Ken Shelton, editor/CEO, Leadership Excellence