The symposium is designed for people in leadership roles (in C-suite, vice president, or director positions) at organizations that market and sell continuing education and professional development. If you aren’t at this level, contact us before registering.
Other than senior leaders from sponsors, vendors may not register.
An advisory board of learning leaders are helping to shape the symposium.
Registrants for the symposium include a range of individuals who have financial and/or strategic responsibility for their organization’s education business. Below is a sampling of individuals who registered for the 2015 Leading Learning Symposium:
“Tagoras put together an intensive learning event that modeled innovative practices for productive learning and surfaced stimulating ideas from dynamic speakers and the wide range of learning leaders at many types of association. It was impressive how much we came away with after only two days.”
“The content was relevant, the agenda was thoughtful, and the speakers were excellent. I got more out of the first four hours of the symposium than the past four months of research, planning, and contemplating how to move forward with an e-learning strategy.”
“A wonderfully crafted approach to leadership and learning issues reflecting both current issues around the science and philosophy of learning as well as practical insights to program design.”
“There is not anyone else providing this kind of deep and meaningful opportunity for association learning professionals to come together regarding the business of learning. Tagoras has taken their concept of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of a Chief Learning Market Officer and built an incredibly valuable learning community.”
“The Leading Learning Symposium is a concentrated learning experience that reignites the relevance, the connections, and the collaborations related to the delivery of lifelong learning.”
“This was the most efficient learning event I’ve ever been to in two regards: (1) the number of people I met who were in a situation very similar to mine and (2) the number of useful ideas I got from those people and from the presenters.”