Developed and driven by the editors of Chief Learning Officer, the CLO Symposium is where learning, training and development professionals come together to learn from each other. By connecting with people and teams who have faced similar challenges and goals, you can learn practical applications that will help you and your team achieve the results your organization expects. This conference isn’t just for CLOs, though. Get the most out of the experience by bringing your team so you can all learn together. The Symposium is held in the spring and fall in different locations each year, so if one event doesn’t work for your learning department, consider attending the other. We look forward to seeing you there!
Walk away with tools to do your job better and inspiration to do great things at work and in life.
In the past we’ve had names like Adam Grant, Gary Vaynerchuk, Guy Raz, Michelle Gielan, Dan Heath, Heidi Grant Halvorson, Charles Duhigg, Troy Carter, Francesca Gino, Steve Pemberton, Gretchen Rubin, Amy Webb and Susan Packard, among others. This year, more keynoters will inspire you with their visions for the future of corporate learning & development.
Subject matter experts presenting real-world success stories.
CLO Symposium includes more than 30 intimate breakout sessions featuring stories from some of the most innovative executives at the top ranked organizations in L&D. We’ll cover some of the most important issues facing your teams today, including: cultural immersion, experiential learning, artificial intelligence, corporate educational alliances, performance mindset, strategic business alignment, among many more.
You’ll also receive recertification credits from both SHRM and HRCI.
Share stories, ask questions and find new partners in the industry.
Over the course of the past 15 years, the #1 reason attendees tell us they keep coming back is the networking opportunities that exist at our Symposium events. What began as a conference is now the strongest network you can join as a learning and development professional.