Empowerment 2010 is a three-day conference that brings together Learn.com client executives, administrators, analysts, suppliers, and other learning leaders and industry experts from around the world. The themes for 2010 are: Proving Training and HR Executives are the Keys to Excellence in Execution and Aligning Training and HR Departments with Business Outcomes. The annual event offers best practices, valuable networking opportunities, actionable ideas and industry insight that help position Learn.com clients for excellence in execution.
This year’s conference--celebrating Learn.com’s 11th anniversary-- will be highlighted by more than 20 client presenters representing a diverse range of businesses and industries, each delivering real-world presentations focused on learning and talent management best practices and success with Learn.com products and services.
Some client presenters include: Judy Whitcomb, SPHR, Assistant Vice President of Organizational Development, Classic Residence by Hyatt; John Moxley, Ph.D., Director, Leadership Development, Cricket Communications; Don Rinderknecht, Meteorologist Instructor / Developer at the Warning Decision Training Branch of NOAA; Tim Gjertson, Learning Management Technology Consultant, CUNA Mutual; Mike Perkins, Senior Manager Global Learning Technology, Newell Rubbermaid; Mallory Gott, Manager, Distance Education, HIMSS, and Chris Jennings, Online Instruction Lead at DoubleClick / Google.
“Empowerment 2010 brings Learn.com clients together with our team for three days of networking and learning to exchange knowledge and insight. Conference events will link industry experts, clients and peers to a learning environment that promises to optimize the effectiveness of our clients’ development and training initiatives and maximize their ROI from our platform,” said Don Cook, Chief Marketing Officer at Learn.com/.
Empowerment 2010 features an awards luncheon that brings conference attendees together in a professional and fun-filled atmosphere to honor their peers in such categories as Best Learn.com Web Site, Best International Usage of Learn.com, Highest Course Completion, Learn.com Administrator of the Year, Best Learn.com Dashboard, Best ROI Analysis, and many others. The winners will serve as benchmarks for excellence in enterprise learning.
This year’s awards finalists include:
• American Association of Critical Care Nurses
• Classic Residence by Hyatt
• Correctional Medical Services
• Cricket Communications
• CUNA Mutual Group
• DoubleClick / Google
• Extra Space Storage
• FM Global
• Huntington Bank
• Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America
• Jackson Hewitt
• Milliman Care Guidelines
• National FFA
• Newell Rubbermaid
• NOAA/National Weather Service
• Public Sector Partners
• The College Board
• United States Tennis Association.
Keynote Speaker Elliott Masie
Elliott Masie, internationally recognized futurist, analyst and spokesman on critical topics of workforce learning, business collaboration and emerging technologies, will be keynote speaker at Empowerment 2010. He heads the MASIE Center, a Saratoga Springs, NY think tank focusing on organizational management and support of workforce learning and knowledge development.
He is the editor of Learning TRENDS by Elliott Masie, an Internet newsletter read by over 52,000 business executives worldwide, and a regular columnist in professional publications. He has authored a dozen books; convened Learning 2009, and leads the Learning CONSORTIUM, a global coalition of 240 organizations including UPS, Allstate, Sears, Bank of America, Emirates Airlines and the U.S. Departments of Defense and Labor, researching the evolution of learning strategies.
Learn.com Product Description
Learn.com® is the knowledge platform company. Its award-winning, multi-tenant, cloud-based platform supports four critical areas of human capital management: learning management, talent management, social learning and collaboration. It is a workforce productivity suite that features these functionalities completely integrated and packaged into one interface, one database of record, and built by one vendor utilizing a single code base. Its unique architecture allows clients to easily develop additional functionality and even build complete people-based applications without the need for customizations or programming. The platform is available in multiple languages with versions for individuals, small and mid-sized businesses, and global enterprises.
With its cloud-based learning and talent management platform, Learn.com puts knowledge to work for organizations of all sizes around the globe. Learn.com dramatically improves the way businesses capture and share knowledge, communicate and align their goals and objectives, and evaluate and develop their most precious asset – their people. Using Learn.com, organizations can manage and leverage their human capital to achieve excellence in execution throughout their internal and external knowledge driven ecosystem.
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