Globalization, rapid organizational change, the big data revolution, and the social media explosion have forever changed how we work, learn and lead. These forces demand innovative ways to develop leaders and drive business performance. Explore these critical issues with expert talks, interactive panel discussions and a spirited exchange of ideas.
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Join us for a cocktail reception and opening remarks from
Alan Todd, CEO CorpU and Paul Almeida, Georgetown University
8:15 AM - 11:30 AM
Today we work in a more global world that is increasingly geographically dispersed. Most organizations have done a good job going virtual to address ‘where’ we learn and cut costs. But, more global also means more diverse. Have we done enough to adapt ‘what’ we learn and ‘how’ we lead in an increasingly global and diverse work world?
Leading a Diverse Workforce,
Dean David Thomas, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
Panel: Globalization’s Impact on Leading a Diverse Workforce
Featuring Dean David Thomas, Georgetown University; Moderated by Doug Lynch, Chief Academic Officer, CorpU
What Every Global Leader Needs to Know on International Trade
Marc Busch, Professor, Georgetown University and Author, Trade Warriors
Leading Business in a Global, Complex World
Doug Guthrie, Professor, George Washington University
8:15 AM - 11:30 AM
It’s not just the pace of change that is transforming today’s firms, it is also more open and matrixed than ever. The ways in which we nurture talent, and build internal and external networks—to advance opportunities and harness the collective genius of others—can have a major impact on business performance. How do we move beyond coping with change and embrace it?
Rise of the Network Leader: Reframing Leadership in the New Work Environment
Tom Monahan, Chairman & CEO, CEB
Connected Learning for Business Outcomes
Alan Todd, CEO, CorpU
Leading an Adaptive Learning Organization
Stanton Wortham, Professor, University of Pennsylvania
Panel: Developing Leaders as Teachers
Lisa Owens, formerly Procter & Gamble ; Ed Betof, The Conference Board; Stanton Wortham, Professor, University of Pennsylvania; Moderated by Sue Todd, Chief Strategy Officer, CorpU
Leading Breakthrough Change
Dave Pottruck, Faculty at The Wharton School and former CEO, Charles Schwab
Panel: Grappling with Globalization
Featuring MMC, QVC and others; Moderated by Doug Guthrie, Professor, George Washington University
5:30 PM – 6:15 PM
Followed By Awards Presentation & Dinner
Cocktail Reception with light hor d’oeuvres Featured Speaker
Paul Almeida, Georgetown University
8:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Mike Barger, COO, CorpU
Transforming Talent Management
Dave Ulrich, Professor, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan; & Partner, RBL Group
Best Practice Sessions – Round 1
Featuring Speakers From YUM! Brands; Spectrum Health & Walgreens
Best Practice Sessions - Round 2
Featuring Speakers From Merck; AON & Pacific Rubiales
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
New tools and experiments in social for business have focusedon increasing access and promoting collaboration. But after spending $145B on training and development, are we really more engaged? Explore how to apply social, collaborative learning science and technology to truly improve engagement, learning & business outcomes.
Panel: Implications of Technology on the Education to Employment Crisis
Featuring SAP; George Siemens; Blake Flanders, VP, Workforce Development, Kansas Board of Regents; Moderated by Doug Lynch, Chief Academic Officer, CorpU
Aetna Navigates the Future of Health Insurance with Connected Learning
Ted Fleming, VP Aetna University
Engagement & Retention in the Networked Era
Brooks Holtom, Professor, Georgetown University
2:20 PM - 4:30 PM
Everyone’s heard the hype about Big Data. However, Big Data can quickly become small for companies that don’t know how to analyze the mountains of information at their disposal. Groundbreaking advancements in talent analytics may seem elusive, but the reality is that we are rich in data, and progressive organizations will use it to identify emerging leaders and gain an advantage.
Big Data to Improve Teaching and Learning
Mike Richey, Learning Scientist, Boeing
Panel: The Potential of Advanced Analytics in Leadership and Succession Planning
Featuring David Clark, American Express; Mike Richey, Boeing; Comcast; Moderated by Pope Ward & Mike Barger, CorpU
Alan Todd, CEO, CorpU
Register now for the Global Leadership Congress
An exclusive benefit of your CorpU membership
Join us on June 1-3 at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business
How are the most progressive firms adapting learning and leadership development in an ever-changing work environment that is more global…more diverse…more connected… and more rich in data than ever before?
Join us for powerful presentations from experts, interactive panel discussions, peer-to-peer networking, and a vibrant exchange of ideas.
The conference is offered at NO COST to members. Each membership can register three representatives. Register now! Registration closes April 30th and seats are limited.
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