Are Your Skills Past the Sell-By Date?


Workforce Futurist Karie Willyerd Keynotes and Reveals 5 Secrets to Stretching Your Skills

Karie Willyerd, author and workplace futurist will keynote the Enterprise Learning! Conference 2016 (ELC16) produced by Elearning! Media Group. The keynote titled “Stretch: How to Future-Proof Yourself for Tomorrow’s Workplace,” will explore how to extend your professional sell-by date.

Computerization and automation is a great productivity driver. However, it’s also changing the face of workplace. Up to 66 percent of American jobs are at risk of being replaced by computerization according to an Oxford University study. “It is imperative for employees to learn how to future-proof their careers and Ms. Willyerd will reveal five practices that every employee should implement,” said Catherine Upton, ELC16 Conference Chair and Group Publisher.

ELC16 keynote attendees will discover how to take stock of their professional development and plan their next move. Attendees should expect to leave their comfort zone. The professional landscape is shifting dramatically and almost every role in every industry will be affected. Extend your skills beyond your sell-by date by working through five critical steps to continued professional relevancy.

Willyerd walks the talk. She has served as Chief Learning Officer at five Fortune 500 corporations, and co-founder and CEO of Jambok, the industry’s first video-based informal social learning software platform, which was acquired by SuccessFactors in 2011. She is also the co-author of the award-winning bestseller, “The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop & Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today.”  Willyerd’s newest book is “Stretch: How to Future Proof Yourself for Tomorrow’s Workplace,” was selected as an Amazon Editor’s Pick in Business and Leadership in January, 2016.

ELC16 Helps Executive Build Smarter Organizations
ELC16 conference features four distinct tracks to support the theme of Building Smarter Organizations. They are:  Engaging the Smarter Workforce, Empowering the Smarter Learner, Best Practices of the Smarter Leader, and Building the Smarter Enterprise. At ELC16, attendees can network, learn and share with learning leaders from across the globe.

Who Should Attend

Executives charged with driving enterprise performance via learning and workplace technologies, including HR, Talent, Development, Training, E-learning, Project Management, Education, Sales & Service should attend ELC16.  Government, nonprofit agencies and educational institution leaders are also in attendance to collaborate on the now and the next in learning. Attending this conference is an amazing opportunity to meet colleagues from across the globe. Registration is now open at Register by April 30 and save $300 on the two-day conference pass.

Register Now Open

The Enterprise Learning! Conference 2016 (ELC16) hosts the exclusive Learning & Workplace Technology Conference for corporate, government and higher education executives. ELC16 provides executives an engaged environment to network, share and learn from leaders across the globe. Coupled with cutting edge research, expert learning technologists and three prestigious industry award programs; Learning! 100, Best of Elearning!, and Learning! Champions, this is the must-attend forum for learning and performance executives.  Registration is now open at Register by April 30 and save $300 on the two-day conference pass.


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