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Corporate Learning & Development Forum

January 27–29, 2019 | The Wigwam Resort | Phoenix, AZ

Join like-minded Chief Learning Officers for inspiration and insight, networking and learning, and proven strategies to improve your business practices.

Faculty Members Include

  • DINO ANDERSON (Maxim Integrated), Executive Director, Learning & Organizational Development & Diversity & Inclusion
  • JJ BOWMAN (Farmers Insurance), Head of Product, Sales & Service Training
  • DOUG BRYANT (Sonic Automative), Vice President, Human Capital Management
  • ADELE COOK (Arizona Department of Economic Security), Chief Learning Officer
  • JENNIFER DEPAOLA (AMN Healthcare), Vice President, Talent Management
  • DANIEL FEEMSTER (Genentech), Head of Learning and Development
  • KENT FRAZIER (Ghiradelli Chocolate Company), Executive Coach & Learning Advisor
  • NICOLE HAJDROWSKI (West Corporation), VP of Global Learning & Development
  • MATT KANE (Johnson & Johnson), Head, Global Learning, Leadership Development, and Innovation
  • KEITH ONDRA (General Motors), Learning Leader, Global Professional Development
  • MICHELLE SAUNDERS (Ocean State Job Lot), Director, Organizational Effectiveness and Learning
  • ADAM SHANDLER (Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories), Director, HR & Talent Development
  • RAE TANNER (Farmers Insurance), Head of Enterprise Learning and Development
  • MUKUND VYAS (Tata Motors), Chief Learning Officer
  • MIMI WEBER (Memorial Healthcare System), Administrative Director, Organizational Development and Chief Learning Officer

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Topics For Discussion

  • Using Learning As A Tool For Competitive Advantage
  • Developing & Ingraining A Culture Of Learning In Your Company
  • A Delicate Balancing Act: Finding The Right Mix Of Digital & Live Training
  • Making The Business Case For Greater Investment: Multiple Stakeholders Weigh In
  • Measuring What Matters: What Are The Hallmarks Of A World-Class L&D Program?

Venue: The Wigwam Resort

300 East Wigwam Boulevard, Phoenix, AZ 85340

Established in 1929, this adobe-and-timber resort set on 16,000 acres is 4 miles from I-10 and 17 miles from Skyline Regional Park.

General Sessions

Address top-of-mind issues in a conversational exchange among industry thought leaders, enabling participants to share lessons, expertise, leadership skills, and practical tools.


Engage in advanced dialogue in an informal boardroom-style setting on specific topics that are particularly suited to smaller group discussions.

Networking Meals

Participate in all meals and networking functions hosted on-site by Consero. These intimate gatherings provide countless opportunities to develop lasting business relationships.

Customized Itineraries

Meet with the most innovative service providers in the industry, one-on-one, based on your individual and departmental priorities. Our reputable partners are referred and vetted by your peers.

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Attendees Rave About Consero

  • “Very good sense of participants and panelists, as well as key topics covered. Good investment of time.”
    Horace O. Porrás | American Tower Corporation
  • “Informative, current thought leadership. Honest, effective, efficient. Outstanding!”
    Randall Lapp | Metals USA
  • “The best I have ever attended.”
    Brenda Victoria | Ryder Systems
  • “Great forum, great information, great people. I think the format is outstanding. Thanks!”
    Khaled Bagul | Sizzler USA
  • “My mantra is ‘The right tool for the right people at the right time.’ This conference hit the mark on all those areas.”
    Al Gibson | First Source
  • “Great blend of shared learnings, some new info and good company.”
    Diana Lee | Sesame Workshop
  • “Great practitioners with great ideas sharing learnings and experiences that will benefit the companies they represent with future success.”
    Ed Brett | Church’s Chicken
  • “An incredible networking event that connects talented thought leaders with other professionals to share ideas and promote innovation/change.”
    Rebecca Jones | European Wax Center
  • “Interactive, engaging – great opportunity to learn from peers!”
    Cesar Salas | Hamburg SUD
  • “Focused and engaging learning opportunity. The networking continues to be one of the biggest benefits of this type of program.”
    Mike Farmer | BMC
  • “Intimate, high-level conversations.”
    Anita Noe | Lionsgate
  • “The forum is interactive and engaging with many opportunities to network with peers.”
    Heidi Char | Pet Supplies Plus
  • “Good opportunity to talk with and listen to peers on topics that are very relevant.”
    Jim Viola | Party City
  • “The forum is an excellently executed format for networking opportunities and for the creation of new and productive personal and business partnerships.”
    George E. Mabon | Memphis International Airport
  • “The small, select participation list provides a perfect environment to network, learn how others deal with similar issues, and build relationships for future peer-to-peer support/guidance.”
    Kim Collins | IPG Mediabrands
  • “The CHRO Forum is a great opportunity to network with and learn HR practices from like-minded individuals.”
    Laurie Miller | Alliance HealthCare Services
  • “Worth the time commitment to hear best practices from CHRO’s in various industries. Intimate setting to build CHRO network and to meet and assess vendor partners.”
    Julie Fletcher | AMN Healthcare
  • “Very productive. Great, relevant topics.”
    Nancy LaMons | Sprouts Farmers Market