ATDKC Fall Conference 2017
Modern Learners: Engage for Results
October 6 – Overland Park, KS
What’s it all about?
ATDKC’s Fall Conference 2017 is the area’s largest talent development event with a full day of presenters bringing you the latest in trends and tools for engaging modern learners, and brings together talent development practitioners from all around the greater KC area.
Join your colleagues – instructional designers, training practitioners, and consultants - from across the greater Kansas City area to engage your modern learners for results.
Hosted at Noah’s Event Venue in Overland Park, KS, the 2017 ATDKC Fall Conference will broaden and deepen your awareness of how to reach the modern learners and taking your training program to the next level!
We are excited to announce that our keynote speaker is Brandon Carson!
Learning in the Age of Immediacy: 5 Factors Transforming Training
The rapid pace of technological change has altered how business is conducted. In light of this, the modern learning organization is also facing a need to transform how it not only designs and delivers learning, but also evaluates and measures its success in supporting the workplace. This session highlights the five technology factors that are bringing the most disruption to the business of learning, and presents practical strategies for understanding and implementing them into existing learning strategies. Come learn what's next in the world of learning.
Brandon Carson is a Director of Learning at The Home Depot, learning strategist, keynote speaker, and best-selling author. His latest book, Learning in the Age of Immediacy: 5 Factors for How We Connect, Communicate and Get Work Done, explores how the digital transformation is affecting workplace performance. Follow him on Twitter (@brandonwcarson) and LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/brandoncarson).
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Sponsors of $500 or more can receive up to 2 complimentary registrations for the conference.