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Conference Agenda Announced

Special Edition | Our Monthly Newsletter

Vol. 102.1 Within this newsletter you'll find:

  • Official CHOLearning agenda announcement

  • Link to the conference lineup

  • Community member survey

  • March webinar information

Unparalleled lineup to accelerate organizational learning and resilience

The 2022 Conference will ask the attendees the right questions, provide the latest research and teach practical tools to strengthen systems, renewing focus on positive organizational cultures. The Community of Human and Organizational Learning formally announces the speaker lineup for the 28th Annual Learning Conference. Speakers with disciplines ranging from CEOs, data scientists, and patient safety advocates, to federal deputy directors represent companies the likes of NASA, HubSpot, Harvard, JetBlue, and the leading EV developer and manufacturer. “Improving Results by Improving Our Culture,” the conference theme, aims to distill the complexities of performance and safety in high-risk industry down to the fundamental elements through effective data decision-making principles and proactive safety initiatives. “Now is the time to gather the thought leaders from a spectra of industry and discipline. We’ve been faced with enormous challenges in recent years, learning from our successes is vital in navigating the uncertainty we still face. This is a powerful opportunity to learn from C-suite executives, hands-on practitioners, and thought leaders in fields that are directly relevant to human performance, safety, and organizational culture,” states Charles Major, Board President. The conference is at the renowned Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, CO., June 13th through 17th. The conference will offer a five-day learning experience composed of a three-day conference and pre- and post-conference workshops. For the first time ever, all pre-conference workshops are free to 3-day ticket holders. Virtual attendance options are available for the general sessions to those unable to travel. 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. "We have the unique opportunity to dialogue with the most diverse audience we’ve ever had, including power generation, petrochemical, automotive, pharma, healthcare, aviation, and many more. Our conference feels like an intimate gathering of friends after the first day. We learn from one another in the sessions, during the breaks and with our social activities,” continues Major.


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