The Community of Human and Organizational Learning welcomes members back to in-person learning with virtual options.
Dallas, TX – After two years of global disruption, the Board of Directors and Planning Committee are excited to welcome Community Members and the general public to the 28th Annual Learning Conference. The conference is once again held at the AAA Four-Diamond, Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, Co over the course of three days with two additional days for workshops; the conference is June 14-16th and the workshops are June 13th and 17th. Virtual attendance options are available for the general sessions to those unable to travel.
"Colorado Springs serves as a beautiful backdrop for learning and collaboration. We, as practitioners need to sharpen our tools through thought-provoking presentations and lively debates. There isn’t a better opportunity for meeting with operational and thought leaders from numerous industries seeking to increase operational learning, improve bottom line profits, improve quality, and create error-resilient systems,” states Charles Major, Board President.
Improving Results by Improving our Culture is the 2022 Conference theme. The 2022 Conference will ask attendees the right questions, provide the latest research and teach practical tools to strengthen systems, by renewing focus on positive organizational cultures. With five unique learning tracks available, Human & Organizational Performance, Cause Analysis, Data-Driven Decision-Making, High-Reliability Organizing, and Culture Change and Sustainability, attendees can tailor their conference experience based upon their organizational needs and experience levels.
The Community’s roots in safety ensures a proactive mindset regarding COVID-19 and the continued impact on global operations in the planning of this conference. CDC, State and local guidelines will be followed for in-person attendees. “We want all of our members to feel welcome and safe. After our successful pivot to virtual, and understanding learning trends have forever changed, we are once again providing a virtual conference option. If you’re unable to travel, you can join our daily general session presentations from the comfort of your home or office,” continues Major.
For more information on the 28th Annual Conference or to purchase tickets, please visit our website https://www.cholearning.org/2022-learning-conference. The planning committee is still accepting presenter abstracts. This is your opportunity to share your ideas and make a more resilient world.
About the Community of Human and Organizational Learning:
The Community of Human and Organizational Learning (CHOLearning), a global professional network, began as a conference in 1994 within the nuclear industry. This community has broadened to include practitioners from around the globe, to enhance operational learning in many industries and sectors, including power generation & transmission, healthcare, oil/gas, DOE/DOD, transportation, pharmaceuticals, and more. Their collaboration helps to create resilient systems through sharing principles, concepts, and practices. HPRCT Association is incorporated as a nonprofit corporation in Texas, now doing business as Community of Human and Organizational Learning.