i-love learning 2016 – London
16th November 2016
For the first time ever, i-love learning, our L&D, innovation and trends landmark event, travels to the UK! Previously hosted in Spain and Mexico, i-love learning brings an opportunity to gather with key industry professionals and delve into the latest innovations, to spark life into your learning programmes.
The world’s most iconic stage, the magnificent Shakespeare’s Globe, will inspire a star-studded cast delivering an agenda divided into three acts, a must see for any L&D professional.
We are delighted to introduce award-winning novelist and long-form journalist Will Storr in Act I discussing the science behind storytelling and how we transfer this knowledge to create richer and more compelling content. Act II will be delivered by thought-provoking LPI Managing Director Ed Monk, who will revise the state of L&D within organisations and review what the future holds as we move towards a more performance-support based methodology. Finally in Act III, Netex UK Director Mike Byrne will introduce the latest solutions developed by Netex for the coming year and discuss learning technology trends.
Embrace the opportunity to engage with our learning and technology experts!
Join us for a unique one-evening only premiere event!
The Science behind storytelling
Netex are pleased to present award winning author and journalist, Will Storr, as our keynote speaker. Using the latest research from neuroscience and psychology, he will reveal how by understanding the brain’s inherent storytelling process, we can use storytelling as a much more effective component within learning programme design.
The Role of L&D in the Modern Organisations
The role of L&D is changing. Ed Monk, MD of The Learning and Peformance Institute will review the changes his organisation have noticed within L&D departments and discuss what the future holds.
Netex 2017 Preview
Netex UK Country Manager Mike Byrne will be reviewing some of the new solutions being released in 2017 and discussing trends within the Learning Technologies sector.