September 18, 2019

Join me at this year’s World of Learning Conference & Exhibition

Will I see you there?

For Conference ticket holders, on Tuesday 15th at 12:50 I have been invited to be part of the panel discussing ‘Evaluation – the Holy Grail or an unnecessary distraction for the L&D professional?’ with Dr. Ina Weinbauer-Heidel (Institute for Transfer Effectiveness), Andy Lancaster (CIPD) and Anne-Marie Hearne (Sprint Learning).

On Wednesday 16th at 12:15 I am introducing ‘The fourth sneaky elephant’ at exhibition Theatre 1. Find out about the three big ignored elephants, and the fourth sneaky one; learn why handling these elephants is essential for L&D to grow and thrive. From experience, my sessions get full, so arrive early to ensure you get a seat and don’t miss out on a gift of a free copy of my latest book at the end of the session.

At the People Alchemy stand by the front entrance, we are celebrating our 20th anniversary: you can pick up my books ‘Informal Learning at Work’, ‘Capability at Work’ and ‘Learning Transfer at Work’ for £10 each, or the Trilogy for only £20.

And while you are there, please spare us a few minutes to find out about the Performance100 online software that ensures learning in your organisation delivers performance.

It’s not an LMS! The P100 SaaS learning platform consists of eight options – 

Management : Apprentice : Talent : Onboard : Qualification : Transfer : Assistant : Workflow

It is easy-to-use and makes the learning in your organisation more effective, measurable and usable in the workplace. It’s scalable, cost-effective and easy to implement.

Register for your free entry here; join my sessions and drop by to say hello on Stand D10!

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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