Help!, I need my training to become blended / onlineEN
Why your clients want their learning to be online or at least blended What are the most important differences between classroom, blended and online learning? What are the steps to take to re-design your training to blended / online?Ger Driesen, „Holenderski łapacz trendów L&D”, Training Innovation Leader
10:20 - 10:30
EdCast by Cornerstone - product introEN
A short “Sneak Peek” and all type of questions you can think of... Come and enjoy this session with us!Michał Strzelec"Mature" in Hr technologies, Regional Sales Manager, Cornerstone dr Sebastian Duda Senior Sales Director, EdCast
10:30 - 10:40
How to attract, retain and develop Generation Z talent in the financial sector?PL
A modern financial institution needs comprehensively prepared university graduates. Find out the results of a study by the Sector Competence Council Finance, in which their competences, including digital competences, were assessed by both young employees and employers.Joanna Grobelny, Director of Development Projects, Warszawski Instytut Bankowości
10:40 - 10:50
Tried and tested strategies for engaging employees in learning with iSpringPL
Employee engagement is how devoted employees are to your company and their work. Of course, not all employees feel passionate about their jobs, are committed to the company, and put discretionary effort into their work. Fortunately, there are some engagement drivers like workplace training which can keep your team motivated and productive. Let’s explore how to boost employee engagement through eLearning!Krzysztof Kwaśniewski, IT Project Manager, Board Member, eTechnologie Sp. z o.o
10:50 - 12:30
12:30 - 12:45
VR difficult conversationsPL
Effective learning through immersionRobert Wróblewski, Digital Learning Designer, Associate Partner, iPro
12:45 - 13:00
Digital Transformation LeaderPL
Are there people in the room who want to inspire and motivate their teams to change, innovate and build a digital culture for their organisation? If so, we have an asynchronous education programme to help you do just that.Izabela Bartnicka, Head of Business Development, Digital University sp. z o.o.
13:00 - 13:40
13:40 - 13:50
One source of learning and knowledge as the foundation of future-proof organizationsPL
How a training and development platform (used by such innovative companies as Żabka, Biedronka, Decathlon) enables modern companies to boost a continuous learning culture, streamline knowledge management and build a lasting competitive edge.Paulina Grabowska, Growth Manager, HCM Deck
13:50 - 14:00
Stop speaking barriers. Go Flex.PL
Get to know an incredibly effective hybrid course Berlitz Flex which will help you break any language barrier in a very short time, find out how our exercises and materials guarantee raising your skills by minimum 1 level. Check the knowledge you gained while self-studying during unlimited 1:1 sessions with our Native Speakers from all over the world. Marta Kaczor, Key Account Manager, Berlitz
14:00 - 14:10
Digital HiPo personality in an agile worldPL
The changing world of agile requires Leaders to act agilely and effectively. In the transformation towards a digitally adaptive culture, organisations need to Re-egin competency models and redefine the concept of HiPo. The search for talent with a digital HiPo personality is a key factor in supporting organisational success. Why the HiPo Personality is crucial in building teams that deliver above-average results - more about this at the conference.Magdalena Giryn, MBA, Senior Managing Partner, Talent Chase
14:10 - 14:40
14:40 - 14:50
Why do you need a headless LMS?PL
If you are looking for an LMS suited to different devices and individual needs, secure, reliable and quick to implement, then the headless LMS offer is for you :)Piotr Sędziak, EdTech Analyst, Wellms
14:50 - 15:00
Utilising the power of AI in English Assessment at EnglishScorePL
This session from British Council EnglishScore will explore how Artificial Intelligence is innovating reliable English Language assessment.Bartosz Prokop, Country Manager for Poland, British Council EnglishScore
15:00 - 15:15
Tools to support digitisation of business processes - electronic signature and persistent storage mediaPL
Piotr Tomasik, Director of the Central Sales Office, KIR
15:10 - 16:10
16:10 - 16:20
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