Learning TRENDS by Elliott Masie - July 21, 2016.
#923- Updates on Learning, Business & Technology.
57,309 Readers - www.masie.com - twitter: emasie - The MASIE Center.
Host: Learning 2016, Oct 23 to 26, Orlando - 684 Colleagues Registered!
Special Note: 30 Under 30 Learning Leaders for 2016 Selected!
The next generation of Learning Leaders is coming! Elliott Masie is pleased to announce the selection of the 2016 30 Under 30 Learning Leaders. These 30 learning colleagues will be featured and highly engaged at Learning 2016, the annual gathering of global learning leaders in Orlando, Florida from October 23rd to 26th.
The goal of the 30 Under 30 @ Learning 2016 Program is to provide support, visibility, voice and development for the next generation of Learning Leaders. During Learning 2016, attendees will have the opportunity to interact with these rising leaders and to hear several 30 Under 30 perspectives.
The 30 Under 30 Learning Leaders for Learning 2016 Are:
- Casey Anderson, Samaschool.
- Alycia Angle, Ochsner Health System.
- Shannon Aragon, Einstein Noah Restaurant Group & Caribou Coffee.
- Rachel Barnum, FINRA.
- Sandy Beauchemin, American Express Global Business Travel.
- Caleb Clayton, Fidelity Investments.
- Brittiney Diggs, Johns Hopkins International.
- Ashley Dittmar, VitalSmarts.
- Miles Ford, Check Into Cash.
- Megan Griswold, Southwest Airlines.
- Thomas Hannaway, PwC.
- Lauren Hipschman, LinkedIn.
- Jessica Huang, D-Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- Liz Kent, Herman Miller.
- Kenneth Kenworthy, Southwest Airlines.
- Denise Lah, PwC Malaysia.
- Hanna Larsen, Garney Construction.
- Alison Locke, Mitchell International.
- Valerie Marple, Procter & Gamble.
- Dan Newman, Datto.
- Christina Nghiem, Slalom Consulting.
- Benjamin Provolt, Fidelity Investments, Learning and Development.
- Sarah Radeff, Saint Ignatius High School.
- Nick Ristuccia, Oracle.
- Aya Sakaguchi, NovoEd.
- Suzie Shriver, The Center for Leadership Studies (CLS).
- Christian Vulpe, Facilitated Improvement for Corporate Success.
- Alyssa Wernham, Independence Blue Cross.
- Sara White, Wegmans.
- Alexandra Wiebke, SAP.
I am enormously proud of our 30 Under 30 Program. Over the past years, our participants have risen to Chief Learning Officer roles, created new Learning Venture Start-Ups, managed learning innovation and much more.
Reverse Mentoring is one of the key elements of this program. At Learning 2016, our 30 Under 30 members will participate in Reverse Mentoring sessions with more senior colleagues. And, this year, we are starting a special 60 Over 60 program - which will engage in a fun Two Way Mentoring program with our 30 Under 30 colleagues.
A few highlights from our 2016 30 Under 30 Learning Leaders:
“The field of learning has the power to unlock opportunity for individuals and organizations. It is so very rewarding to see how the field of learning can influence and impact people by spreading knowledge and encouraging collaboration in organizations.” Shannon Aragon, Einstein Noah Restaurant Group & Caribou Coffee
“The most exciting opportunity in the field of learning is to create lasting experiences that challenge the status quo.” Lauren Hipschman, LinkedIn
“What excites me most about Learning and Development are the vast number of changes and improvements that are coming in the field of Learning. The field is changing so quickly, and I’m thrilled to have a seat at the table.” Megan Griswold, Southwest Airlines
Learn more about the 30 Under 30 @ Learning 2016 Participants at http://www.learning2016.com/30-under-thirty
Yours in Learning,
MASIE Center Seminars, Events and Services:
- Membership in The Learning CONSORTIUM.
- Learning 2016 - October 23 to 26 - Orlando, Florida.
Info and Registration: http://www.masie.com