Presenters and Key Note Speakers Announced for the ATD New England Area Conference!

Great news, the presenters and the key note speakers have been announced for the ATD New England Area Conference! Perfect timing, too, you still have a week before the Early Bird Registration discount expires.Presenters and key note speakers have been announced for ATD NEAC

Now, you will have the chance to see who’s speaking, what the sessions and key notes will be about and what might interest you before you register. And, as the presenting sponsor, we’re proud to say there’s definitely something for everyone!

The conference is at the Needham Sheraton in Needham, MA this year, please note the location change! We’ve seen the hotel, are excited for this change of pace and hope you will be too! Here’s an example of some of the sessions you’ll be able to attend:

  • Perception vs. Reality: How People Learn at Work
  • Focusing on the Why: Evolving to a Learner-Centric Experience at Dunkin’ Brands
  • Assessments A-Z: Tools & Tips for the Entire Employee Life-Cycle
  • Helping Managers Become Workforce Development Partners

And don’t forget about our fantastic key note speakers!

Brandon Carson will be opening our conference and Carl Binder will close. We’re lucky two have two great speakers this year!

Brandon is an award-winning Learning and Development executive with extensive expertise in developing learning strategies and learning technology implementation. He’s worked with Oracle, eBay, Apple, Yahoo, Microsoft, Intel, and other global companies.

Brandon is currently the CLO at The Home Depot. There, he leads a team dedicated to designing and delivering next-gen learning methods for all Home Depot associates.

Carl is the CEO of The Performance Thinking Network, which offers programs for performance consultants, leaders, and managers in organizations worldwide.

Carl is known for Six Boxes® Performance Thinking, an approach to performance improvement designed for easy understanding and communication across all levels and functions in organizations.

Register today, you don’t want to miss this!

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