Learning & Development Events

Virtual Ashridge attends the key learning, development and technologies events around the globe in order to meet existing clients, connect with new ventures, examine trends and deliver enlightening presentations.

Below you will find details on our upcoming events and if you would like to arrange a meeting at any of the events please contact us.

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CIPD Learning & Development Show

11 – 12 May 2016, London Olympia 

Stand number: 510

A great opportunity for L&D professionals across the UK and Europe to speak with Ashridge about how we can help their organisations.

The Learning and Development show is held over two full days and includes a topic taster session delivered by Ashridge on the very relevant and interesting topic of Gen Y. The session will include interactive exercises and discussions and explore key findings to help employers attract, retain and develop younger employees. 

Learning Technologies

3 – 4 February 2016, London Olympia 

Stand number: D28

Learning Technologies, co-located with Learning & Skills, is Europe's leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work. It continues to grow in importance, value and attendance year on year. 

The exhibition halls are packed with the latest learning technologies, innovation and best practice and it is Europe's leading L&D conference. It provides a unique and exciting environment for all those involved in workplace learning. 


 

Learning Technologies Presentation - International blended learning: learning in diversity

11.45 - 12.15

03 February 2016, Theatre 6, London Olympia

oday's managers and employees must acquire, assimilate and apply knowledge much faster and efficiently to meet organisational goals. In a competitive and fast-paced environment, blended learning and collaboration are central to executive and management learning.

At Ashridge Executive Education we adopt an experiential ethos to executive learning supported by extensive virtual learning support, through the Virtual Ashridge product. This includes global access to online material, live webinars, online action learning sessions and collaborative platforms.

This session will introduce the concept of the International Collaborative Partnership Programme (ICPP), showcasing how senior executives and practising managers can collaborate with international partners across time zones and work with client businesses to deliver innovative solutions to strategic challenges. These strategic projects took place in Canada, USA, India, Sri Lanka and Denmark working with prominent global businesses in technology, consumer goods, energy and manufacturing sectors.

We aim to demonstrate how ICPP Strategic Projects is an ideal blended learning method for busy managers, not only to share insight and best practices, but also to develop essential skills. We will discuss how small collaborative teams worked internationally with diverse groups to deliver innovative results within short deadlines. We will highlight the benefits, challenges and new opportunities we built through the ICPP.

Mike Cooray, Faculty, Strategy & Innovation, Virtual Ashridge, Ashridge Executive Education

- See more at: http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/freeseminars#sthash.hp34mVUO.dpuf

oday's managers and employees must acquire, assimilate and apply knowledge much faster and efficiently to meet organisational goals. In a competitive and fast-paced environment, blended learning and collaboration are central to executive and management learning.

At Ashridge Executive Education we adopt an experiential ethos to executive learning supported by extensive virtual learning support, through the Virtual Ashridge product. This includes global access to online material, live webinars, online action learning sessions and collaborative platforms.

This session will introduce the concept of the International Collaborative Partnership Programme (ICPP), showcasing how senior executives and practising managers can collaborate with international partners across time zones and work with client businesses to deliver innovative solutions to strategic challenges. These strategic projects took place in Canada, USA, India, Sri Lanka and Denmark working with prominent global businesses in technology, consumer goods, energy and manufacturing sectors.

We aim to demonstrate how ICPP Strategic Projects is an ideal blended learning method for busy managers, not only to share insight and best practices, but also to develop essential skills. We will discuss how small collaborative teams worked internationally with diverse groups to deliver innovative results within short deadlines. We will highlight the benefits, challenges and new opportunities we built through the ICPP.

Mike Cooray, Faculty, Strategy & Innovation, Virtual Ashridge, Ashridge Executive Education

- See more at: http://www.learningtechnologies.co.uk/freeseminars#sthash.hp34mVUO.dpuf

Today's managers and employees must acquire, assimilate and apply knowledge much faster and efficiently to meet organisational goals. In a competitive and fast-paced environment, blended learning and collaboration are central to executive and management learning.

At Ashridge we adopt an experiential ethos to executive learning supported by extensive virtual learning support, through the Virtual Ashridge product. This includes global access to online material, live webinars, online action learning sessions and collaborative platforms. 

This session will introduce the concept of the International Collaborative Partnership Programme (ICPP), showcasing how senior executives and practising managers can collaborate with international partners across time zones and work with client businesses to deliver innovative solutions to strategic challenges. These strategic projects have taken place in Canada, USA, India, Sri Lanka and Denmark working with prominent global businesses in technology, consumer goods, energy and manufacturing sectors. 

We aim to demonstrate how ICPP Strategic Projects is an ideal blended learning method for busy managers, not only to share insight and best practices, but also to develop essential skills. We will discuss how small collaborative teams worked internationally with diverse groups to deliver innovative results within short deadlines. We will highlight the benefits, challenges and new opportunities we have built through the ICPP.