Global Learning Services and Human Performance Improvement provider, Wilson Learning Worldwide, today announce their attendance at the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition for the second consecutive year.
Now in its 23rd year, the two day event held 29th and 30th September at NEC Birmingham brings together Learning and Development professionals from across the globe, who are looking to network with like-minded individuals, gain insight into the major trends affecting the L&D profession, and to discover innovative and fresh ideas in the market.
For 50 years, across 50 countries and 30 languages, Wilson Learning have helped people and organisations achieve “Performance with Fulfilment.” The Wilson Learning team invite delegates to join them at exhibition stand C10 to discuss their challenges and goals, advising on flexible and configurable solutions that deliver results.
Wilson Learning Worldwide’s Chief Operating Officer Tom Roth will be presenting three insightful and engaging sessions during the event.
Tuesday 29th September
Seminar session for exhibitors on ‘How organisations become unplugged: And what to do about it.’
13:00-13:30 – Theatre 2
Wednesday 30th September
Conference session for Platinum Delegates on ‘Becoming a leader that others choose to follow’.
9:10-10:10 – Conference Room 2, Session P3
Fringe Seminar on ‘The three barriers to effective sales coaching and what you can do to overcome them’.
15:10-15:40 – Conference Room 2, Session F7
“Last year’s World of Learning was such a well-attended, quality event, we are thrilled to once again be part it. The exhibition is a great opportunity to meet and connect with L&D professionals from different organisations across the globe and share insights, strategies and perspectives of what’s happening in our industry today” says Tom Roth, “At Wilson Learning we are passionate about Human Performance Improvement and encourage delegates to attend the thought leadership sessions we are presenting during the event. Please do join us at stand C10 for more information on our services or to discuss any issues you are experiencing in your organisation”.