I’d been hoping this would happen, and now it has: I’ll be going back to Australia to speak in May (lived there for seven years, am a naturalized Aussie citizen as well as a Yank, er, US native). I’ll be at The Australasian Talent Conference May 25-26, and running a couple of pre-conference workshops on the 24th. It has a reputation as a good conference, and has had lively participation before. Having a major hand is Kevin Wheeler, of Global Learning Resources and the Future of Talent Institute, so there are good reasons to believe it’s top-notch.
Mobile learning and performance technology strategy are the topics of my two pre-conference workshops . I’ll also be presenting a concurrent session with Professor Sara de Freitas on the role of serious games in Talent Management. Finally, I’ll be running a General Session on Social Networks for Talent Management.
If you’re thinking about attending, they’ve let me offer a 10% discount if you use the code ‘CQ11’.
Also, I’ve some calendar space before and after. While the conference is in Sydney, it’s not too hard to get to Melbourne, Brisbane, and anywhere else in Oz, or even NZ. And it’s much less dear than bringing me all the way across the pond. However, I need to make arrangements soon, so let’s start talking now.
Here’s hoping I see you in Sydney or nearby. Cheers!