Hear from experienced thought leaders and industry practitioners on key learning and development trends, challenges and cutting-edge learning strategies 

Auckland (Conference)| 5-6 December 2016
The world of work is constantly changing and new workforce trends and innovations in technology are directly influencing the design and delivery of workplace learning. In order to provide real value to their organisations, L&D practitioners need to re-evaluate their existing approaches in learning and challenge their current thinking and methods of training. Learning as a capability has to evolve and it has to be accessible, agile and flexible. 
Attend the comprehensive Learning and Development New Zealand summit and hear from leading L&D practitioners and thought leaders on best-practice L&D strategies to deliver sustainable L&D outcomes. This two-day summit has been specially designed for professionals to network with like-minded practitioners, leverage best-practice L&D strategies and learn how to apply them in the workplace. 

  1. An interactive 2-day event with 11 exclusive presentations, 2 combined panel sessions and 6 roundtable sessions delivered by a great mix of innovative thought leaders and experienced HR practitioners at the centre of the learning evolution 
  2. “How to make learning stick” and other critical L&D principles/trends from leading consultant
  3. Best-practice case studies by experienced L&D practitioners from Inland Revenue NZ, Orion Health, Progressive Enterprises and more
  4. 6 roundtable sessions (hosted by Westpac, Coca Cola Amatil, Beca) to drive dialogue and feedback on your L&D programs
  5. Combined panel sessions with Employee Engagement Summit New Zealand to generate actionable insights on how to maximise the value of employee engagement and L&D

Special in 2016 – The Learning & Development New Zealand Summit is co-located with the Employee Engagement Summit New Zealand!

As a delegate, you will also get free subscription to the Employment Law Matters online platform featuring exclusive interviews, case studies, law firm articles and the latest industry news on topics including workplace relations, industrial relations, employee relations, workplace health and safety, legislations and rulings, dismissals, and discrimination, amongst many others.


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  1. At just one setting, hear directly from both New Zealand’s innovative thought leaders and experienced HR practitioners
  2. A best practice-based conference with a focus on pertinent, useful and innovative Learning and Development strategies and solutions that can be applied to your workplace
  3. Grow your professional network with plenty of networking time during lunches, breaks and roundtable sessions


Directors, heads, managers, advisors, consultants and specialists who are responsible for the L&D function within your organisation, including but not limited to:

  • Learning and Development
  • Training / Training and Development
  • Human Resources, People and Culture
  • Organisational Development
  • Workforce Development

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