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Astd2014 conference review

  1. 1. The Premier Conference for Workplace Learning & Development May 4-7, 2014 Washington, D.C.
  2. 2. The Largest Global Event for L&D Professionals      Premier event for learning & development professionals 65+ year history 300 educational sessions from industry-leading experts World-class EXPO with 350+ exhibitors Global participation: attendees from more than 80 countries
  3. 3. Global Presence by the Numbers at ASTD 2013  9,000 total attendees  2,200 International attendees representing 87 countries  300 Education sessions  300+ Speakers from 22 countries  60+ international delegations  350+ exhibitors
  4. 4. Top Attending Countries Outside the U.S. in 2013
  5. 5. Attendee Profile TOP TITLES Chairman & CEO Chief Learning Officer Chief Talent Strategist Computer Training Chief Corporate Training Director Senior Director of Training Deputy Chief of Training & Development Director of Distance Learning Director of Human Resources Director of Sales Training Education & Training Officer SVP of Learning & Development e-Learning Director Head of Training and Business Development Director of Organizational Knowledge Director of Corporate University Regional L&D Officer Senior Director of Human Resources VP of Learning
  6. 6. The Location Washington, D.C. May 4-7, 2014  One of the world’s most talked about destinations  A wide assortment of fantastic, free attractions  Magnificent memorials and monuments on the National Mall
  7. 7. The Location Washington, D.C. The Walter E. Washington Convention Center 801 Mt. Vernon Place NW, Washington, D.C. 20001
  8. 8. Top Reasons to Attend ASTD 2014  The largest conference in the field providing the most choices for your professional development  World-renowned experts  300 top-rated educational sessions  Benchmarking against today’s leading companies  World-class EXPO  Networking with like-minded peers from around the world
  9. 9. Schedule at a Glance International Orientation General Session Networking Night
  10. 10. Conference Tracks Nine Content Tracks  Career Development  Training Design & Delivery  Global Human Resource Development  Human Capital  Leadership Development  Learning Technologies  Learning Measurement & Analytics  Workforce Development for Non-Training Professionals  The Science of Learning Three Industry Tracks  Government  Higher Education  Sales Enablement
  11. 11. Pre-Conference Sessions Attended by Hundreds of People Preconference Workshops (1 day program)  Interactive workshops with hands-on approach  Ideal way to develop new skills or gain new perspectives while focusing in-depth on a topic Certificate Programs (2-3 day program)  Practical content presented by expert practitioners  Enhance your competitive advantage and advance your professional development  Participants receive an ASTD certificate
  12. 12. Keynote Speakers Arianna Huffington President, The Huffington Post Media Group Arianna Huffington is the chair, president, and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post Media Group, as well as a nationally syndicated columnist and author of 13 books. In May 2005, she launched The Huffington Post, a news and blog site that quickly became one of the most widely read, linked to, and frequently cited media brands on the Internet. In 2012, the site won a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. In 2013, she was named to the Forbes Most Powerful Women list. In 2006, and again in 2011, she was named to the TIME 100, TIME magazine's list of the world's 100 most influential people. Originally from Greece, she moved to England when she was 16 and graduated from Cambridge University with an MA in economics. At 21, she became president of the famed debating society, the Cambridge Union.
  13. 13. Keynote Speakers Arianna Huffington Redefining Success: The Third Metric That Can Benefit Your Bottom Line During her keynote address, Huffington will challenge the audience to use a third metric, beyond money and power, to define success. A metric that is based on well-being, health, our ability to unplug, recharge, and renew ourselves and find joy in all aspects of our life, including our job. Mounting evidence, both scientific and anecdotal, confirms that the practices that make us less stressed also make us more productive, and Huffington provides clear examples of how this is not only good for families and employees’ health, but also good for a company’s bottom line. Eloquent and engaging, Huffington shares how ‘leaning back’ makes for wiser leaders and how ultimately, success is not just about money or position, but about living the life you want—not just the life for which you settle.
  14. 14. Keynote Speakers General Stan McChrystal • Former Four-star General • Author of the best selling leadership book: “My Share of the Task: A Memoir” A four-star general, he is the former commander of U.S. and international forces in Afghanistan and the former leader of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). He is also the author of the best selling leadership book, My Share of the Task: A Memoir. McChrystal, a former Green Beret, is known for his candor, innovative leadership, and going the distance. General McChrystal co-founded the McChrystal Group in January 2011. Its mission is to deliver innovative leadership solutions to organizations, which help them transform and succeed in challenging and dynamic environments. To do this, the group teaches McChrystal's leadership methodology CrossLead, whose principles and operational structure are based on his military successes. CrossLead also addresses key leadership principles such as transparency and inclusion, leveraging the power of teams, and sharing a clear vision.
  15. 15. Keynote Speakers General Stan McChrystal CrossLead: Lessons on Leadership from a Warrior, Statesman, and Scholar. In this dynamic presentation on leadership, General Stan McChrystal shows how modern warfare, business, and politics demand no-nonsense leadership that is as good at implementing change as talking about it. He reveals the power of culture, communication, and relationships, sharing stories, experiences, and principals that make his points. McChrystal addresses such key leadership principles as transparency and inclusion, leveraging the power of teams through shared ownership, evolutionary change versus revolutionary change, relentless mission focus, and sharing a clear vision with everyone who must execute against it.
  16. 16. Keynote Speakers Kevin Carroll Founder, Kevin Carroll Katalyst LLC Kevin Carroll is the founder of Kevin Carroll Katalyst LLC and the author of three highly successful books, Rules of the Red Rubber Ball, What's Your Red Rubber Ball?!, and The Red Rubber Ball at Work. As an author, speaker and agent for social change (a.k.a. the Katalyst), it is Carroll's "job" to inspire businesses, organizations, and individuals—from CEOs and employees of Fortune 500 companies to schoolchildren—to embrace their spirit of play and creativity to maximize their human potential and sustain more meaningful business and personal growth. Carroll has dedicated his life to advancing sports and play as a vehicle for social change and success. He partners with NGOs and businesses around the world that share his vision and goals. He was honored to address the United Nations as part of the UN Year of Sports for Development and Peace in 2005. In 2013, Kevin was named by SUCCESS magazine as one of 19 "SEERS - changing the world!"
  17. 17. Keynote Speakers Kevin Carroll Play@Work: Unleashing Growth through Creativity and Innovation By drawing from childhood lessons, Kevin Carroll reveals the relevance of play and how we must continue to tap into those lessons for our future success. An innovator who passionately inspires leaders to create sustainable change in their own organizations, Carroll raises a variety of questions during the session including: Are you continuing to strengthen the creative genius of your organization? Do you have the necessary passion and creative endurance to deliver consistent and amazing insight and business ingenuity? Why should an organization’s business culture embrace the power of play even more in the 21st century? And how can a business culture that incorporates “purposeful play” affect leadership, employee quality of life, retention, and attract new talent?
  18. 18. Leaders of the Profession Michael Allen How Tools Affect Our Design: Quandaries of a Veteran Tool Designer Elaine Biech Build a Successful Leadership Development Program: A Crowdsourcing Experience Jenny Dearborn Becoming a Business-First, Big-Data L&D Leader Bob Pike Team Teaching and Cofacilitation: It’s More Than Taking Turns Karl Kapp Three Mysterious Keys to Interactive Learning: GameThinking, GameElements, and Gamification Jim Smith From Good to Great to Grand! Supersize Your Platform Skills These leaders have made significant contributions to the profession through seminal content that continues to be used by you and your colleagues. They continue to bring new ideas and tools to our industry. Many of their sessions will be repeated to give you two opportunities to attend.
  19. 19. Trends & Innovative Practices Social Media as an Organizational Ally: Effective Conflict Resolution Strategies Facebook Coaching With the Brain in Mind NeuroLeadership Institute Let's Go Mobile! Redesigning a Leadership Development Game Booz Allen Hamilton Becoming a Business-First, Big-Data L&D Leader SuccessFactors, an SAP Company
  20. 20. Benchmark against Leading Learning Companies Accessible E-Learning for People Who Are Blind Esurance & Adobe Systems Disney’s Approach to Selection, Training, and Engagement Disney Institute Moving to Performance Support Through a Single Source Content Management Strategy Time Warner Cable Transferring Learning to Business Impact: An Evaluated Process Saudi Aramco Top Secrets of Samsung's Recent Achievement Samsung Human Resources Development Center
  21. 21. Industry’s Largest EXPO Attendees walk the EXPO between education sessions, networking with their peers. More than 350 exhibitors showcase their cutting edge resources, tools, and solutions—available to help take learning and development in new directions.
  22. 22. Global Village Network with your colleagues from around the world     Relax and enjoy complimentary refreshments Plan your conference meetings and activities Post messages to connect with other attendees Meet ASTD International Relations staff
  23. 23. Simultaneous Interpretation 한국어 Simultaneous interpretation is offered for several sessions in three languages: Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese, Korean * The interpretation services are available for a fee 日本語 中文
  24. 24. Networking Night Take Flight Into Air and Space!  More than 2,000 conference attendees enjoyed ASTD Networking Night at ASTD 2013 in Dallas. Attendees had the unique opportunity to practice their line dancing skills, listen to live music, taste southern food, ride the mechanical bull, and so much more… * Round-trip shuttle service will be provided from all official conference hotels. * Pricing & Registration: $75/person
  25. 25. Special Events International Orientation  Informative session on what to expect and how to get the most from the conference  Great networking opportunity for international attendees
  26. 26. Special Events International Reception  Organized for attendees from outside of the United States  Attended by more than 700 participants at ASTD 2013  International delegations were recognized by ASTD President & CEO, Tony Bingham
  27. 27. International Delegation Join or Organize Benefits for Delegation  Special registration rate  One free registration for every 10 paid  Special recognition during the conference in the program guide & elsewhere  Marketing support from ASTD  Networking room, early badge pickup, & access to other delegation-only services * Requires 5 or more registrations to organize
  28. 28. Registration *Rates with membership include a $30 discount off the regular rate! ASTD Member * with Professional Membership * with Professional Plus Membership NonMember Advanced Rate $1,500 $1,699 $1,819 $1,800 Now 03/31/2014 Regular & On-Site Rate $1,800 $1,999 $2,119 $2,100 04/01 05/07/2014 Delegation Rate (5 or more) $1,200 $1,399 $1,519 $1,500 Now Rates (USD/person) Effective Period
  29. 29. Ways to Register 1. Online 2. E-mail to International@astd.org – Download and fill out the Registration Form from www.astdconference.com 3. Phone: ASTD Customer Care 855.677.3484 4. Wire Transfer
  30. 30. Hotels and Travel Why Using the Official ASTD Housing Bureau?  Official hotels are ASTD-endorsed and inspected  Housing Representatives are available at the conference for on-site assistance with official hotels  Friendly booking terms: No Change Fees; No FULL PrePayment  Guaranteed Rates  Complimentary shuttle service from most official hotels  It is EASY to make changes  Greater networking opportunities exist in hotels within the block  Individual and Groups Online Registration: http://www.wynjade.com/astd14/
  31. 31. Visa • We provide invitation letters for conference attendees for visa purposes • Request the Invitation Letter Form to ASTD at international@astd.org • Please allow 3 business days to process your request • Contact ASTD early to leave enough time for your visa application * Complete visa information which can be found at the U.S. Department of State website
  32. 32. See You in Washington, D.C.! May 4-7, 2014 Washington, D.C. Email Phone Fax international@astd.org +1.703.683.8161 +1.703.683.8193

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