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Learning Transformed at 2013 Skillsoft Perspectives EMEA

The social media bubble is showing no signs of
bursting. In fact, most of our social networks are still growing; Twitter’s
Vine video app has been shared 2.86 million times on the social network since
launching five months ago. Providing learning via your target’s preferred
means is a crucial step towards giving training credibility.

Of course people take different approaches, so we look
forward to discussing how businesses are using social to aid learning
development at 2013 Skillsoft Perspectives next Thursday 20 June.

Our theme this year is “Learning Transformed,” and we
plan to discuss issues such as linking learning to business value, maximising
learning spend, and the future of organisational learning with some of the most
influential UK thinkers and practitioners, from both global corporations and
academic institutions.

Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management at London
Business School, will lead discussions alongside speakers from the BT Group and
Lancaster University Management School. The event, which takes place at 8
Northumberland Avenue, London (just round the corner from Trafalgar Square),
will also provide an interactive forum to discuss innovations in learning, plus
the chance to network with an exciting mix of influential business and
leadership experts.

We’ll also be discussing the key findings of our
recent research into how key skills issues might be impacted by the demands of
our changing working world. Our panel will look at how new recruits will
cope with working in remote, virtual, flexible teams and how vital it is that
they start to develop the skills today that they will need to succeed in this
new environment.

Make sure you are there to get involved in
the debate and question leading minds in the learning field!

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