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NetDimensions Global User Conference to host talent leaders in EMEA and North America

Hong Kong; 26 April 2017 – NextSteps 2017, NetDimensions' annual global user conference, will be hosted in EMEA and North America this May on the following dates:

  • London, UK from 10-11 May
  • New Orleans, USA from 16-18 May

Donald H. Taylor, Chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute will be the opening keynote speaker at the NextSteps EMEA conference, while David Wentworth, Principal Analyst, Learning and Development (L&D) at Brandon Hall Group will present the keynote at NextSteps North America.

Taylor will also moderate a panel discussion focusing on the business impact of learning. The panelists are L&D professionals and experts from Fosway Group, Fresenius Medical Care and Thales Learning and Development.

NextSteps delegates will have access to hands-on training workshops on NetDimensions Talent Suite administration, as well as a variety of conference topics, including talent and learning analytics, and creating personalised learning experiences.

Talent and learning management leaders from global organisations including BAE Systems, BCD Travel, 3Shape, GMC Software, Moody's Analytics, Medical University of South Carolina, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, and The University of Kansas Health System will present best practices for implementing NetDimensions' solutions to reach their organisations' strategic goals.

Delegates will also have the opportunity to meet NetDimensions' partners, including conference sponsors Speexx, eXact learning solutions and Dreamtek. NetDimensions' new sister companies, LEO and gomo learning, are sponsoring the conference as well.

For complete details, visit the NextSteps 2017 conference website.

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