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GREAT CONTENT AND GREAT PEOPLE IN AN INCREDIBLE SETTING!

We’ve focused on finding talent that push boundaries; talent that inspires and engages others in different ways and encourages people to work at their best, and rethink the way we learn, perform, build capability and deploy technology.

Candice Mesecke

Executive Manager

Org Development & Change

Downer

Jayne Ormerod

Manager

Group L&D

Goodman Group

Louise Hope

Director

People & Performance

Australia Film & Radio School

Jono cathersides

Manager

Global Product Training

Fisher & Paykel Appliances

Laura Manning

HEAD OF ELEARNING

Sales, Finance & Risk

Thomson Reuters

Murry Brissett

Senior Manager

Training & Development

Kellogg Brown & Root

Sarah stone

head

Learning & Development

Foxtel

Danny ginsberg

Head of Training

Retail Asia Pacific

Specsavers

KESTREL STONE

PRINCIPAL

Project Management

Elemental Projects

JAMIE WALKER

MANAGER

Learning & Development

SKYCITY Auckland

BRENDAN HILL

SPECIALIST

Learning Design Delivery

Sydney Water

JUDITH HEWITSON

FOUNDER

Principal Consultant

Reality Learning

CATE HARRIS

HEAD OF

Lendlease Foundation

Leanlease

BRAD COOK

AREA MANAGER

Consumer Health

GlaxoSmithKline

MARK KENNEDY

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Audio Producer | Voiceover Artist

BLACKBOX Voice Productions

LOUISE TREVASKIS

MANAGER

Academy & Education

AMP

MICHELLE OCKERS

STRATEGIST

Learning & Development

Freelance

LYNNE STEPHENS

PRINCIPAL

Learning & Development

Australasian Leadership Academy

STEPHEN BARNETT, GP

ELEARNING RESEARCHER

Director

Medcast

WAYNE BROWN

MANAGER

Training & Development

Princess Cruises

IT TAKES TEAMWORK TO MAKE THE DREAM WORK. FANTASTIC TEAM DISCOUNTS!

VIEW 2017 AWARD WINNERS BY CLICKING + ON THE ICONS

New Deadline - Friday 28 April 2017 ($150 Per Entry)

AGENDA 2017 IS EPIC!

OUR SPEAKER PLEDGE – FRESH CONTENT, FRESH DELIVERY, FRESH EYES

07.30 REGO OPEN — CHECK-IN & CHILL-OUT

All of the days proceedings are staged on level 3, except for the registration area which is on the lobby level.

07.45 – 08.00 BREKKIE SERVED

08.00 – 08.30 BREKKIE HEADLINER TALK

SPEAKER: James Adonis, Author, Employee Engagement Expert & Business Columnist – Fairfax

TALK: Employee Enragement: Why employees hate working for you and how you can turn them around. +

SESSION BRIEF:

In a ground breaking study of 2,400 people, James Adonis has investigated what causes employees to be angry, frustrated, and upset at work, and in this refreshingly real and brutally honest session, he will share his discoveries and revelations.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • The major areas of staff disengagement
  • What managers should not do rather than what they should do
  • Practical tips on how to drive down enragement and ramp up engagement.

08.30 – 08.50 REFRESHMENT BREAK — GET PRIMED FOR A MASSIVE DAY AHEAD!

08.50 – 09.00 SUMMIT-OPENING COMMENTS

MC: Mark Kennedy, Creative Director, Voiceover Artist, BlackBox Voice Productions

INTRO: Get Ready for an EPIC Event.+

Are you ready for LearnX Live! 2017? It’s going to be an incredibly exciting and informative day. Hundreds of L&D professionals, including interstate visitors and international attendees, are joining us in Sydney for this essential annual event. This year we’ve secured super talented speakers from a variety of industry sectors who will share their fascinating initiatives driven by collaboration, inspiration, innovation… and perspiration. LearnX Live! is unique, unconventional, unforgettable, and I’m so looking forward to it…aren’t you?

09.00 – 09.30 OPENING KEYNOTE

SPEAKER: Matt Johnson, Global Managing Director, Kineo

TALK: Information updated soon

09.30 – 09.45 AWARD WINNERS TAKE CENTRE-STAGE

SPEAKER: Danny Ginsberg, Head of Training & Development, Specsavers

TALK: Best Capability & Talent Project – C.R.E.A.T.E. +

SESSION BRIEF:

The CREATE Program is the most impactful talent development program in Specsavers ANZ history.The program was designed to equip our leaders and our teams with the capability and tools to consistently create exceptional customer experiences within their stores, and as a result, grow our talent and our store’s performance.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • CREATE – Solving a problem that didn’t really exist
  • Engagement – When you lose but win
  • Making It Up – Learning through creating.

09.45 – 10.00 AWARD WINNERS TAKE CENTRE-STAGE

SPEAKER: Cate Harris, Global Head of Lendlease Foundation, Lendlease

TALK: Best Wellbeing Project – UPRISE +

SESSION BRIEF:

Uprise is a four-week psychological support and treatment program, targeting stress, fatigue and burn out and is aligned to Lendlease’s Health and Wellbeing Framework. It is delivered to you via your preferred device, at a time that suits and is as easy as logging on, watching a video, putting new skills into practice and then following up via a phone call with a trained mental health coach.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Participants choose when it suits them and their lifestyles, to access the online learning modules and when it suits to schedule their follow up calls with their mental health coach; this may be at home, at work or on the bus or train to/from work – it’s their choice.
  • The simple online and phone call based program has made reaching Lendlease employees on some of our more regional and remote sites much easier. It has also resulted in great uptake from busy managers that find it difficult to take time out of their day for multi-hour training sessions.
  • Uprise has had rapid, organic take-up through word of mouth around the business, with 88% of people who participate in the course saying they would recommend the program to another colleague.

10.00 – 10.15 AWARD WINNERS TAKE CENTRE-STAGE

SPEAKER: Sarah Stone, Head of Learning & Development, Foxtel

TALK: Best Induction Project – On-boarding @ Foxtel +

SESSION BRIEF:

Foxtel needed to increase speed of productivity and effectiveness particularly in the first 90 days in role, and create further customer advocacy. We did this by giving access to content prior to joining Foxtel, learning available on demand, via device 24/7. Using Foxtel talent to bring content to life, catering to all learning styles with leader conversations bringing it all together.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Make it engaging in the way people want to learn
  • Make it fun!

10.15 – 10.30 AWARD WINNERS TAKE CENTRE-STAGE

SPEAKER: Jono Cathersides, Global Product Training Manager, Fisher & Paykel

TALK: Best Bespoke/Custom Model – DFCM Solution +

SESSION BRIEF:

Taking content for delivery of training facilitation into a digital medium aligning business needs with the reality of the modern facilitation environment. How do we align business needs with the reality of good facilitation and technology?

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Not all technology is what it seems, sometime the simplest option is the most effective
  • Aligning expectations with the digital reality is critical for project success
  • Fail fast and don’t be afraid to try – it’s the only way to improve

10.35 – 11.00 REFRESHMENT BREAK – NETWORK & RELAX

11.00 – 11.30 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Peter Ryan, Leadership Development Manager, Dominos Pizza Enterprises Ltd

TALK: Domino’s Leadership Bench +

SESSION BRIEF:

In early 2016, Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (DPE) partnered with Goldmind Performance to design, develop and deploy a bespoke Leadership Program, incorporating continuous improvement projects, within their disruptive and fast-paced organisation. To date, this has now had three intakes, encompassing nearly 50 upcoming managers.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • First structured leadership and talent development program for DPE since listing on the ASX
  • Bench-strength development for middle managers (below Executive)
  • Continuous Improvement projects needed to serve our customers and our business

11.00 – 11.30 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Rob Howarth, Project Manager, Learning & Capability, Australian Bureau of Statistics

TALK: An Agile Story: How a staggered LMS rollout supported almost 30,000 users within 3 months +

SESSION BRIEF:

In this session, Rob Howarth explains why the Australian Bureau of Statistics took an agile approach to the implementation of their new enterprise LMS, and how this has helped them increase the scale, flexibility and quality of their L&D programme and boost their commercial business. Rob will share how ABS built up to supporting almost 30,000 learners, including the importance of milestones, the need for thorough testing and opting for a flexible, scalable learning platform.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Break it down into manageable stages
  • Choosing a scalable learning platform
  • Test, test and test again!

11.00 – 11.30 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Rekha Khurmi, Online Ethics @ Compliance Training Expert, SAI global

TALK: Engaged Learning: The Value of Campaign Based Training +

SESSION BRIEF:

The challenge for corporate learning programs is to not only demonstrate that individuals have completed training but that the training has been effective in influencing their behaviour. Too often programs, particularly compliance programs, are implemented without an ongoing review of how to measure the effectiveness of that training against the desired outcome.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • The process of implementing the Prime, Train, Apply, Sustain (PTAS) methodology
  • Empowerment to achieve long term effectiveness
  • Sustainability for compliance training programs.

11.00 – 11.30 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Jayne Ormerod, Manager Group L&D, Goodman

TALK: Transforming Learning – A Case-Study for Change +

SESSION BRIEF:

Many organisations recognise the need for change within L&D but are they really ready for it? This is a case study of transformational change within an organisation with no existing L&D function and a global footprint.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Creating a global learning culture
  • Using an Agile approach to change
  • The hindsight factor – Lessons learned

11.30 – 11.35 SESSION TURNAROUND

11.35 – 12.05 AWARD WINNERS IN ACTION SESSION

SPEAKER: Brad Cook, Area Manager, GlaxoSmithKline

TALK: Best Leadership Development Project – Leading Business

11.35 – 12.05 AWARD WINNERS IN ACTION SESSION

SPEAKER: Brendan Hill, Learning Specialist, Sydney Water & Kestrel Stone, Principal, Elemental Projects

TALK: Best Team Building Project – The Battle +

SESSION BRIEF:

Ever considered using gamification to develop and engage teams or underpin change? If so, take a behind-the- scenes look at the Sydney Water Corporations ‘Best Team-Building Project’, and see how they designed and delivered an exhilarating project simulation featuring drones and catapults.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • How gamification can drive team engagement, learning and change
  • Tips for simulation/gamification design to support business needs
  • How to embed reflection and soft skill development to unlock greater individual, team, social and cultural benefits.

11.35 – 12.05 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Dr Robin Petterd, Sprout Labs

TALK: Designing Digital Learning Ecosystems with 70 : 20 : 10 Learning Model +

SESSION BRIEF:

The concept of a ‘learning ecosystem’ is an elegant way to explain new approaches that are happening in learning. But how to actually design and implement learner-centered 70:20:10 based digital learning ecosystems is not always straightforward. This session will explore how to make effective learning ecosystems a reality.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Learn what the key elements of a modern digital learning ecosystem beyond an LMS are
  • Gain an understanding of how to use digital learning to enable and accelerate 70:20:10 learning model
  • Learn about the link between learning ecosystems and capability development.

11.35 – 12.05 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Michelle Ockers, Strategic Learning & Performance Consultant

TALK: Building a High-Impact L&D Function +

SESSION BRIEF:

Untapped potential in L&D is a lost opportunity in most organisations. This session looks at what it takes to become a strategic performance partner and build a high-impact L&D function.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Creating the right understanding and agreements with business leaders
  • Defining a strategic framework for L&D
  • Executing using proven tactics.

12.05 – 12.10 SESSION TURNAROUND

12.10 – 12.40 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Candice Mesecke, Executive Manager, Organisational Development & Change, Downer

TALK: Traditional Learning – Where is the love? +

SESSION BRIEF:

In a world of virtual learning, micro learning, demand based learning, gamification and many other buzz options – when did traditional learning become a dirty word? Candice will take us through a project where face to face learning was selected, why it was selected and how it delivered benefits to Downer leaders. Simply!

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Why face to face? I’ll tell you why face-to- face!
  • Principles of good learning
  • Traditional does not mean out-dated – but what does it mean?

12.10 – 12.40 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Deborah Coram, CEO, The Safetrac Group

TALK: Off-the-Shelf or Made-to-Order? You Choose! +

SESSION BRIEF:

This talk will equip attendees with the knowledge to decide which type of online courseware is suitable to their specific learning requirements. We will examine factors such as audience size, location, topic, engagement, organisation type, budget, time, & resources.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • An understanding of off-the shelf, customised and made-to- order
  • Learn how to maximize your budget by choosing which type of online courseware suits your organisation’s learning needs
  • Attendees will be provided with a decision making matrix to assist in identifying when to use Off the Shelf courses vs Made to Order.

12.40 – 12.45 SESSION TURNAROUND

12.45 – 1.15 AWARD WINNERS IN ACTION SESSION

SPEAKER: Louise Trevaskis, Academy & Education Manager, AMP

TALK: Best Future of Learning Project – The AMP University Challenge +

SESSION BRIEF:

The AMP University Challenge is a unique opportunity for university students to combine their technical knowledge with their communication skills in a real world scenario. Come and hear how this exciting initiative has evolved and how you could apply similar practices in your business.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • What the AMP University Challenge is and how it’s different to other learning opportunities.
  • Why learners and universities have embraced this game
  • How trying something different and taking a risk with learning can be a good thing.

12.45 – 1.15 AWARD WINNERS IN ACTION SESSION

SPEAKER: Jamie Walker, Manager, Learning & Development, SKYCITY Auckland

TALK: Best Blended Learning Project – Emerging Leaders Program +

SESSION BRIEF:

SKYCITY Auckland recognised the importance of supporting our rising stars through their first career transition. With lofty ambitions, a blank page, and challenging constraints we set about designing a program with real impact. We will share our lessons from research to review of a model radically different to anything we had done before.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Use deep consultation to drive ‘best fit’ solutions
  • Make good design decisions through clearly defined impact
  • Embrace constraints to challenge assumptions and find innovative solutions.

1.15 – 2.15 NETWORK BREAK – GREAT FOOD & GREAT COMPANY

2.15 – 2.45 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Stephen Barnett, GP, eLearning Researcher, Director of Medcast

TALK: Virtual Communities of Practice +

SESSION BRIEF:

Health professional training is essentially a social experience, with workers learning in a largely ‘master and apprentice’ approach through cases, in their workplaces. Learning encompasses a mixture of explicit learning (facts and guidelines) and a high level of tacit learning (‘know how’ and implementation of facts in real cases). As education tries to bridge the barriers of geography and time, it is natural to look at fostering this learning in an online environment.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • What does social learning look like in an online environment?
  • What is the evidence for this approach?
  • What are the educational, technical and business challenges that are faced when trying to implement a rich social learning experience in health education?

2.15 – 2.45 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Murray Brissett, Senior Training Developer, Kellogg Brown & Root

TALK: How the Army Taught me to be a Better Civilian +

SESSION BRIEF:

I have been a civilian twice. The first time, was for 19 years, the second is still a work in progress. 20 years in the Army taught me lessons that set me up to continue with my second stint as a civilian by providing a unique outlook on life and work. I maintain this outlook and apply these lessons daily.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Identify how we can contextualise experience to improve ourselves
  • Identify that there is no such thing as a bad example – just an example
  • We need to “own it” if we are to self-develop and make our “brand” worthwhile.

2.15 – 2.45 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Jacinta Penn, Founder, Workbright & AK President NZATD

TALK: Simulations and Shared Learning in Virtual Reality +

SESSION BRIEF:

Virtual Reality is now an option for realistic learning experiences. Imagine a forklift simulator with no racks to damage, or a way to practice being a Fire Warden without the danger. Even better, hold a shared training experience with team members from all over the world.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • VR provides emotion without danger
  • VR can be a shared experience
  • VR costs are often shared and less than you may think

2.15 – 2.45 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Giorgio Migliaccio, General Manager, GoodPractice Australasia

TALK: Why Performance Support should be like Online Shopping +

SESSION BRIEF:

Performance support is where on-demand learning now takes place. It’s essential that the learning experience is as straightforward as browsing your favouring online retail site, but this is far from the norm. In this talk Giorgio presents an informative introduction to online performance support tools.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • How performance support can be used to drive employee performance at the critical ‘moment of need’
  • Practical case studies which engage and improve the end user’s experience
  • The findings of user-focused research and how these inform the development of more effective performance support solutions.

2.45 – 2.50 SESSION TURNAROUND

2.50 – 3.20 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Judith Hewitson, Director, Reality Learning

TALK: Chicken or Egg: How Important is it to have Coursework Set & Ticked before Deployed Online? +

SESSION BRIEF:

We crave, and at times demand, a certain level of course clarity. We want the text book, assessments, resources and learning outcomes. But what we often forget is, that with this spoon feeding also comes challenges in reshaping the material into anything other than replication with additional online functionality. Judith will explores the limits in prioritising course materials and offers insights into new ways of development that embrace co-design to deliver immersive interactive learning programs of the future.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • Value of working without pre-established curriculum or coursework
  • Best practice to co-design digital training with clients
  • Video design & production strategies when co-designing immersive digital training.

2.50 – 3.20 AWARD WINNERS IN ACTION SESSION

SPEAKER: Catherine Shirley, Manager, Learning & Development, City of Sydney

TALK: Best Game Design – The Records Management Challenge +

SESSION BRIEF:

The City of Sydney had a business need to educate its 2000 staff about their changing responsibilities for making, keeping and sharing records. A clever interactive game was designed that breaks new ground and overcomes eLearning fatigue at the City. Employees are able to achieve the behavioural objectives through a fun learning experience.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • This innovative game approach injects a traditionally ‘dry’ subject with fun and excitement
  • The learner is motivated to learn as effectively as they can in order to meet the ‘challenge’
  • Great gamification gives the learner a meaningful challenge within a relevant theme.

2.15 – 2.45 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Michael Wright, Group EHS Manager, Lendlease

TALK: Redesigning Online Training for the Global Minimum Requirements Framework (GMRF)

3.20 – 3.25 SESSION TURNAROUND

3.25 – 4.00 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Wayne Brown, Training & Development Manager, Princess Cruises

TALK: Crusing into Leadership +

SESSION BRIEF:

Carnivals Australia’s ‘Cruises into Leadership Program’ was created to identify the next leadership group and help support existing people leaders within the business. The program is a continued investment in the development of our staff and promotes internal growth, therefore retaining our knowledgeable and experienced consultants. It is also a way of limiting employment from outside the market.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • How you structure an effective future leaders development program
  • What qualities to look for in potential candidates
  • What training do future leaders require?

3.25 – 4.00 FRONTLINER SESSION

SPEAKER: Lynne Stephens, CEO, Australasian Leadership Academy

TALK: Developing a Culture of Learning +

SESSION BRIEF:

A professional learning culture is an ongoing process of learning from, and reflecting on, a personal and professional stance, including understandings, ideas and experiences; and applying their learning directly into the organisation to produce real outcomes. Lynne Stephens, founder of the Australasian Leadership Academy, will share with you her vast experience in “Blended eLearning Solutions” and the many benefits of “Developing a Learning Culture”.

KEY IMPACTS:

  • By strengthening its learning culture, your organisation can compete more effectively, and it can boost employee engagement.
  • Developing a strong culture of learning within an organisation is one of the most rewarding – but also one of the most gruelling – exercises that a learning and development professional can undertake.
  • With a healthy learning culture, people will develop new skills under their own initiative, thereby helping the organisation compete more effectively. Learning cultures also help everyone feel more engaged andmotivated.

4.00 – 4.30 LEARNX NETWORK DRINKS

4.30 – 6.30 2017 LEARNX AWARDS SHOW

You don’t have to be an Award Winner to attend the Awards Show – all are welcome.

4.45 – 5.15 SPECIAL AWARDS SHOW KEYNOTE TALK

SPEAKER: Richard Field, Keynote Speaker & Director, African Family Safaris

TALK: Owning the Lion +

OVERVIEW:

In April 1999, while working as a photographic safari guide in a wild and remote corner of Africa, Richard was badly wounded, both physically and emotionally, when a lion bit him on the back of the head and he knew without a shadow of a doubt that he was going to die. The quick thinking of his safari clients saved his life and Richard was evacuated to a hospital over a thousand kilometres away.

While recovering in hospital, Richard pondered his lucky escape, but instead of feeling grateful he was scared, angry and embarrassed; he felt he was the victim of a vicious attack by a rogue lioness. Later, a chance meeting forced him to take full responsibility for the experience, changing his perspective and his life, and ultimately allowing him to continue his dream life as a safari guide.

Richard talks about this life-changing encounter in his powerful keynote ‘Blaming the Lion’ which reinforces the pivotal role that personal responsibility plays in successful leadership. Using stories from his guiding career, Richard provides great insight on the fundamentals of humble and inclusive leadership, and shows that with passion and determination, anyone can be a successful leader.

View the 2017 award winners

View the 2017 award winners

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Learning & Capability Project

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Best Learning Model

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Best technology solution deployment

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Best Learning Services

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Industry-defining companies that have helped make ‘LearnX Live’ into what it is today.

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with a decidedly modern vibe, landmark architecture and contemporary spirit, LearnX Live will be an awesome event!

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