Chief People Officer
Chief Learning Officer
2020 has been a turbulent year so far, to say the least. But, amongst all the chaos, training teams have had to step up to the plate and set the organization on a more stable course.
And, since it’s looking like uncertainty and constant flux are set to be continuous components of our “new normal,” it’s imperative that you reset and lead with a new L&D gameplan that’s built for tackling uncertainty.
That’s why we’re welcoming two incredibly accomplished executives with a breadth of experience in leading through change to offer their candid advice on how you can put the struggles of the past few months behind you as a training team and find the opportunity to get ahead of inevitable future change. So, get your questions ready!
Join us on September 24th at 3PM (ET), as we chat with Nick Howe, CLO at Area9 Lyceum, and Fernando Sanchez-Arias, Chief People Officer at CLICK Institute, about:
If you can’t make it on the day, be sure to register anyway as we’ll be sending out the full recording to all registrants after the webinar!
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Nick Howe is an award winning Chief Learning Officer and business leader. He is the Chief Learning Officer at Area9 Lyceum, the global leader in micro-adaptive learning technology, a strategic advisor to the Institute of Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida, and board advisor to multiple EdTech startups.
For 12 years Nick was the Chief Learning Officer at Hitachi Data Systems where he built and led the corporate university and online communities serving over 50,000 employees, resellers, and customers.
Fernando has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and was the 59th World President of Junior Chamber International (JCI).
He was a vice-president of the US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce in Houston and serves as a member of the Advisory Board. He was the Chief People Officer of The Home Depot’s Global Custom Commerce and served as director of its Learning Organization. Fernando currently serves as Chief People Officer of CLICK Institute, a Washington DC-based think tank.