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Spring 2014 CLO Symposium

Sunday, March 30, 2014 - Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Building Community: Learning’s Most Valuable Influence

Communities of learning are not developed overnight but rather over time through consistent interaction and meaningful exchange. Join Chief Learning Officer at the Spring CLO Symposium in Laguna Niguel, the place where the event began 10 years ago, as we celebrate the community of CLOs, delve into the crucial role learning plays in creating the cooperative organizational spirit that leads to sustained success, and explore the direction of the industry for the coming decade.

Learning & Development Professionals:

Register by Friday, January 3, 2013 EXTENDED to Friday, January 17 and receive the early-bird rate of $1,895 ($300 off!).Full conference credentials are $2,195.

*Vendors, Consultants and Suppliers:

Register by Friday, January 3, 2013 EXTENDED to Friday, January 17 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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Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Click here to download our 2014 sponsorship brochure.

Are you a Learning & Development practitioners with a compelling story to tell? Please submit a proposal through the HCM Speakers' Bureau by clicking here.

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