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More Lies About Learning

Friday, July 10, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Larry Israelite, Chief Learning Evangelist, Pluralsight

In More Lies About Learning, the captivating follow-up to Lies About Learning, workplace learning veteran Larry Israelite debunks today’s pervasive myths about learning in a style that will make you smile. This book shares the candid perspectives of 10 high-level executives from a wide range of industries and offers advice for how best to deal with new lies about organizational learning.

Attendees will:

  • Explore some variations on the old lies about learning.
  • Delve into provocative lies about learning research and their impact on the decisions of talent development leaders.
  • Discover solutions, suggestions, and tips for sifting through the lies to uncover useful solutions that can bring real value to people who count on talent development professionals to deliver meaningful solutions.
     

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Presenter

Larry Israelite
Larry Israelite

Chief Learning Evangelist, Pluralsight

Larry was born and raised on a small chicken farm in Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania. Since moving to the big city, he has spent more than 30 years trying to answer this simple question: how can we improve business results through learning?

Currently, Larry is the Chief Learning Evangelist at Pluralsight, the leading provider of online learning for technology and creative professionals.. He has held senior learning and talent management positions at several large organizations, including Liberty Mutual Insurance, Pitney Bowes, John Hancock Financial Services, and Oxford Health Plans. He holds a bachelor’s degree in theater from Washington College, as well as a master’s degree in instructional media and a doctorate in educational technology from Arizona State University. Larry has published three books: Lies About Learning (2007), More Lies About Learning (2015), and Talent Management: Strategies for Success from Six Leading Companies (2009), all for ASTD/ATD Press.


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