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Government Learning Leaders Conference 2019
On November 14, 2019, we invite you to join us for the fourth annual Government Learning Leaders Conference. This experiential event brings learning leaders together for a full-day focused on challenges facing organizations in government, the public sector, and higher education.
An executive learning workshop hosted by Deloitte
Government Learning Leaders Conference speakers will include experts from industry and government—they'll bring critical knowledge of the learning domain and will share their own transformation experiences. Together, we will explore how chief learning officers (CLOs) and other learning and talent leaders are preparing for emerging trends in learning, while meeting the needs of their organizations. This invitation-only event is designed for senior learning leaders across the government, public, and higher education sectors.
About the conference
This conference provides a venue to share learning and talent-related challenges and experiences with counterparts across different sectors of government and industry. The conference also provides the opportunity to explore research and trends with a broader public service audience.
Session topics in the program include:
- Beyond jobs—the future of work: Technology is disrupting the workforce, and organizations with the right learning approach can use this disruption to unleash workforce transformation. Participants will learn how to imagine the future work of their organizations, reskill the workforce to unlock future outcomes, and activate talent through a culture of lifelong learning.
- Beyond ADDIE (analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation)—the future of learning work: External forces are pressuring organizations to change the way they approach the learning experience for their employees. In this interactive lab session, participants will design four jobs of the future for learning professionals that go beyond the traditional ADDIE model.
- Beyond learning—future of the learning leader: Proliferating technology, evolving demographics, the changing nature of careers, and the convergence of learning and work have dramatically changed, so that learning is no longer the sole responsibility of learning and development (L&D), but the responsibility of the organization as a whole. Learning leaders, often referred to as CLOs, are on tap to facilitate that shift in order for their organizations to evolve. In this webinar, we will discuss the key findings of our recent qualitative research with learning leaders. We will discuss:
- How the work, influence, priorities, and self-perception of CLOs are shifting
- How CLOs feel about those changes
- Key capabilities learning leaders need for the future
- Beyond learning—the future of your organization: Bringing an organization into the future requires thinking beyond traditional learning techniques or roles. Participants will choose two sessions to delve into methods for equipping their organizations with tools for the future.
- Inclusive leadership: Diversity of markets, customers, ideas, and talent is driving the need for inclusion as a new leadership capability. Learn the attributes today’s leaders possess to not only embrace individual differences, but to potentially leverage them for competitive advantage.
- Reskilling the workforce: As technology evolves more rapidly and organizations increase in automation maturity, workers will need to be reskilled and redeployed to perform meaningful, enriching, and intrinsically human work in support of the organization’s mission and vision. The ‘Future of work: Reskilling the workforce of tomorrow’ session will examine how the future of work will impact higher education, state, and local governments, the type of skills required to succeed in the digital era, and the need to develop a generational approach to learning through scalable learning methodologies.
- Learning in the flow of life (Microlearning): Integrating learning into the flow of work and life, and empowering people to actively develop throughout their lives, are significant challenges that will require leaders to dramatically rethink their approaches to learning, reskilling, and capability development. Explore how to do this using microlearning as an example.
- Workforce analytics: Successful organizations use internal and external workforce data to predict future talent trends, manage expectations for employee behavior and workplace needs, and make fact-based workforce-related decisions to meet critical business challenges. Examine how organizations have built and used analytics to maintain a high-performing workforce.
Date and time
November 14, 2019
8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. EST
(8:00 a.m. EST: Registration and light breakfast)
Deloitte Rosslyn office
1919 N. Lynn Street,
Arlington, VA 22209
Why you should join us
- Beyond Learning brings senior learning executives and other learning leaders together from across different sectors of the government, public service, higher education, and industry.
- The conference is a unique opportunity for you to collaborate with peers, share insights, discuss issues and solutions, explore bold ideas, and learn from other’s experiences.
- You will participate in interactive sessions, including large group discussions, small group dialogs, and problem-solving activities designed to rethink “traditional” approaches to learning.
For US Federal government attendees
Deloitte seeks to comply with federal executive branch gift rules and the Presidential Executive Order on ethics (and related ethics pledge) for Presidential Appointees. Deloitte has organized this event making a good-faith effort to meet the requirements of a “widely attended gathering,” as defined in federal government ethics regulations applicable to executive agency employees and officials. It is recommended that federal government invitees receive written authorization from their agency designee prior to attending this event. If you are required by applicable rules to pay for any part of the costs of attending this event, or if you would prefer to pay the fair market value for this event, even if not required to do so, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A thought leadership series
Key trends impacting the future of work in government