The New Zealand Institute of Management is again promoting the American Society of Training and Development International Conference to be held at Orlando, Florida USA 2-7 June 2001 – the biggest event of its size in the world. preview of the topics:
? How can we create culture that attracts and retains the best and brightest?
? What can we do to build, keep, and regain trust?
? How are organisations really using e-learning?
? How can you reinvent training to address recruitment and retention?
? What role should the CEO and executive team play in career development and corporate education?
? How can you connect virtual teams who may not even speak the same language or work in the same time zone?
These questions and many more will be answered in more than 250 concurrent sessions, six Conference-Within-a-Conference events, and five general sessions featuring Tom Peters, Michele Hunt, Robert Rosen and Patricia Digh, Bill Taylor, and Allison Rossett. On the expo floor more than 550 companies are signed up to exhibit. For an overview of the programme, you can tour the conference online at www.astd.org/tour1.
The conference is starting early online with new interactive discussion groups tied to conference topics, online chats, and opportunities to email speakers. For the first time, there is special section for past attendees – go right to www.astd.org/pastattendee.
If you would like to be part of the New Zealand delegation and avail yourself of the special delegates’ price please get in touch with David Chapman on 0-4-495 8303 or email [email protected]
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