October 28th, 2023
Linkedin and AI For Business
Social Selling Warrior
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Demonstrating Training effectiveness – how to make this bane into a boon
Have you ever told yourself that evaluating to show results is too difficult? Have you ever wondered if there are easier, more fun ways to build a cohesive chain of evidence that is both useful and credible to your stakeholders?
If either yes or no, then this session is definitely for you! If you answered yes above, you will go away with ideas and practical tips on how to evaluate across the four Kirkpatrick levels in a simple, fun and cost effective manner. If you answered no to the above question, you are either currently not evaluating enough and could start with these techniques, OR you have it all figured out and can get into a great exchange of ideas with like-minded people!
During this session we will look at 4 key principles for a more purposeful approach to evaluation. We will share success stories from our clients and easy to adopt examples that you can quickly start building into your own evaluation charter.
Melanie combines her entrepreneurial spirit with her 15+ years of experience in L&D to help build memorable & results-based learning experiences. Being a Certified KP Facilitator and Transfer Enabler, she applies strong business acumen & a deep understanding of what makes learning stick to support clients in being more strategic in their L&D initiatives. Melanie is the co-owner of the Learning Gym, where the focus is on upskilling learning professionals in the field of training design, delivery, and evaluation.
Presenting with purpose
A vital component of a successful presentation is a clearly formulated, well written goal. It is essential to the success of your session. Without it you have no specific direction to follow. No way of knowing what to include, what to leave out and what to emphasise.
Developing effective goals begins with defining the purpose of your presentation and building specific measurable goals based on that. In this session we will look at the different reasons for a presentation and develop effective learning goals.
Adam is a facilitator and consultant with over 25 years’ experience. Over that time, he has developed and conducted a wide variety of management and personal development programs for a broad cross section of clients.
As well as being the General Manager for the ILP Academy he still runs his successful Training business, Fundamental Training and Development.
As well as a degree in Psychology, Adam has completed a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, an Advanced Train the Trainer, a Creative Training Techniques workshop and a Diploma of Management. He is currently completing the new Certificate IV in Learning Design and Facilitation.
As an avid student of human behaviour, he is a certified practitioner of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Step I and Step II), the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument, the Team Management Systems, DISC Advanced, the Belbin Team Roles, CCS Cards and Collaborizza.
Adam is also a member of the Australian Association of Psychological Type (AUSAPT) and the Victorian Chamber of Commerce.
Outside of Learning and Development Adam is a father to the multi-talented Josh who also runs his own business and is known in musical circles as Calavera. He is also an avid photographer and is the current president of the Knox Photographic Society.
Design and Deliver
Over the last three decades, Dan has had the fortune of working in several industry sectors including defence, retail, wholesale distribution, mining, education and ITC. As a published author of several industry-leading titles, and a regular contributor to most social platforms, Dan has gained a considerable reputation in adult education, and education leadership and management.
He designs and facilitates nationally accredited courses in vocational education and leadership. Dan has also developed and run several specialised programs in the fields of emotional intelligence, workplace training and assessment, brain-based learning, and organisational culture.
As a passionate facilitator and speaker, Dan is able to engage groups with the right mix of humour, theory, practical activities and self-reflection. His professional experience allows him to draw upon interesting and poignant anecdotes and examples that link past experience in management, entrepreneurship, emotional intelligence, operations and strategy to the context of any workplace or training environment.
Qualifications and Accreditations
Doctor of Philosophy (Diversity
Management), RU (2008)
Graduate Certificate in Business, QUT
Master of Business Administration, QUT
Diploma of Vocational Education and
In “Purple Cow”, the best-selling author and marketing guru Seth Godin explains how businesses can leverage uniqueness to achieve incredible results.
Similarly, L&D professionals can help businesses form and foster purple teams. Building on a confrontational military technique, the innovative “purple team” concept pushes the boundaries of critical and creative thinking, improving decision-making and challenging status quo cultures.
In this presentation, Lison Mage will give the keys for L&D professionals to support their leaders and effectively assemble powerful “purple teams” with unique individuals who think remarkably and act decisively.
Lison Mage, author of “Act Before You Overthink,” is a captivating keynote speaker and highly skilled trainer/facilitator. With a background in engineering and experience working on three continents, Lison brings a multicultural perspective and insights from psychology and behavioural sciences into her work. From extreme sports enthusiast to expert in high-performance, her engaging approach and practical tools foster sustainable performance and strategic decision-making for individuals and teams.
Strategy & Planning
Whether you’re an internal learning and development (L&D) expert or an external provider, there are several keys to managing an L&D project from concept to delivery – and beyond! Join experienced project manager, Trinity Ryan, as she provides practical, hands-on advice for navigating three of the most challenging project management issues we face on a regular basis.
With reflections from her 27 years of experience in the industry, you’ll learn how to tame stubborn scope creep, wrangle unwieldy stakeholders, and remain Zen through constantly-changing project deadlines.
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