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What can an Astronaut, a POW, and 3 Learning Futurists Teach Us About The Year 2020?

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Come join us on March 20th-21st at the Old Town Hilton in Alexandria, VA and expand your horizons.  Take home new ideas, new perspectives, and re-ignite the learning passion in your enterprise.  In addition to Leland Melvin, Dave Carey, Karie Willyerd, Nick van Dam, and Jay Cross mentioned above, you’ll also hear what 25 of our top Learning! 100 Award winners have to say about topics like:

  • Secrets of Top Performing Companies

  • The New Leadership Role

  • Creating Collaborative Cultures

  • And much more...


To sign up and receive the latest generation Android Tablet, with the Ice Cream Sandwich OS, click below:

Enterprise Learning! Summit 2012: www.ELS.2Elearning.com.
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