November 15-17, 2010 | Boston, MA

2010 Learning and Development Conference

It's Time to Reinvest in Learning & Development.

In a recent Wall Street Journal Article from August 2nd, 2010, Leadership Training Gains Urgency Amid Stronger Economy — it was reported that there is a growing fear across organizations regarding the shortage of qualified talent as business picks up in the strengthening economy. So what are organizations doing to address this fear? They are reinvesting in Learning and Development programs. After two years of shrinking training budgets (cut by more than 10% in both 2008 and 2009), organizations are looking to increase their spending in these critical areas to better position themselves as they shift back into growth mode.

But as companies begin to reinvest in critical L&D programs and initiatives, they are discovering that they need to re-think, re-tool or scrap ineffective programs that were born in the last century in place of a new curriculum that guarantees success. Are your talent development programs driving the results you anticipated? How do you measure the success of L&D and how are your programs contributing to your company’s bottom line performance? If you’re not getting the results you need or if you’re thinking of revamping existing programs, spend 2 days discovering best practices at leading organizations, particularly at this important economic inflexion point.

Conference Details

Hyatt Regency, Reston, VA
When: Pre-conference Workshops:
November 15, 2010
Two-day Conference:
November 16-17, 2010
Hotel: Hilton Boston Logan Airport,
Boston, MA
Address: One Hotel Drive,
Boston, MA, 0212
Price: $1,995

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2010 Learning and Development Conference Attendee Brochure

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Research, Case Studies and Great New Ideas

The Annual HCI Learning and Development Conference can answer your questions, improve your processes, and demonstrate how you can focus you current learning curriculum towards increasing organizational performance, engagement as well as motivation. HCI has specifically developed this Learning & Development conference to offer attendees insightful, compelling content with the kind of real-life results and proven solutions that will make this event your most worthwhile investment of the year.

Speakers from GE, Raytheon, Qualcomm, Hertz Corporation, Cigna University, MIT, Gallup Organization, Great Places to Work, Citigroup, and many more will examine the state of L&D today, share proven and effective strategies of what worked for their organizations and give you the chance to benchmark against organizations of all sizes.

Special Conference Features for Attendees

  • Rotating Roundtable Benchmarking Discussions — Benchmark with your peers and colleagues — discover best practices and find help to problems you're currently facing
  • Structured Networking Cocktail Party — Cocktails, business card exchange, and lots of speed meetings
  • Attendee Experiences — Compelling 10 minute stories of success and triumph
  • Blogger's Corner — Live blogging throughout conference displayed on large side screens
  • Pre-Conference Webcasts — Live sneak peak at highlights from keynote presentations
  • Free Gift — Get your "Human Capitalist" baseball cap at the L&D event!

Earn Credits Towards Leading Industry Certifications — With Live or Virtual Attendance!

This conference has been approved for 13 General recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™, and SPHRi™ recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program, it means that this program has met the criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

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