Learning Pool Live 2018:
staying ahead of the learning game
That's another unforgettable Learning Pool Live under our belts, we want to thank everyone involved in making it a success.
We’ve already had some fantastic feedback from delegates reporting how valuable, challenging and engaging they found the whole experience.
“Learning Pool Live is the highlight of our year and last week’s event surpassed all our expectations. It’s great to see customers and get their feedback, suggestions and ideas.
“We had a big focus on product innovation at this years event, and the reception we got from customers and influencers alike has energised the team. Exciting times ahead.”
– Paul McElvaney, Learning Pool Co-founder and CEO
Many thanks to Cath Bishop and Julian Stodd for their inspiring keynote sessions and to our fabulous host David Meade for his hilarious and mind bending antics throughout out the day.
We also had some great sessions from, Jeremy Pearce from Royal Bank of Canada, Kenny Henderson from Get Up to Speed, and Henrietta Palmer from TUI.
All presentations, can be found on Learning Pool’s SlideShare.
And to our fantastic delegates, who are the heart and soul of Learning Pool Live. You made the day a truly open and welcoming event with best practice and knowledge readily being shared.
This year marks the 10 anniversary of the Learning Pool awards, and 10 years of our customers’ success. We had quite a few outstanding entries this year.
Most innovative use of learning technologies
Domestic and General
Natalie McMenamin, Doncaster Council
Rachel Dixon, The Entertainer
Katie Poundall, Communisis
Best use of learning for performance improvement
Were you snapped? Browse our event images, from the very talented Paul Clarke.
It’s not just about presentations and awards, we also love our community. Each year, L&D and HR professionals come together to share, network and catch up with old friends.
Our hashtag – #LearningPoolLive – saw some great tweets last week and took our message far beyond the event. Take a look and keep the conversation going.