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L&D Into the Digital Age

Thursday, December 2, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Brandon Carson, Vice President, Learning and Leadership Partner, Walmart

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The digital age has created a massive increase in the speed and complexity of business, disrupting the workplace and making it necessary for corporate learning organizations to reorient to the digital age. As employees in all sectors must become more agile to adapt to the advancements in technologies, L&D must take a leadership role in keeping the human element front and center. This means driving business transformation from a performance perspective with constant upskilling and reskilling opportunities for workers.

Expected Takeaways:
• Hear contextualized ideas for ensuring your L&D function is future-ready.
• Learn about strategic but practical applications for ensuring you and your team are putting people before technology as we move deeper into to the digital age.


Brandon Carson
Brandon Carson

Vice President, Learning and Leadership Partner, Walmart

Brandon Carson is an innovative learning strategist with extensive experience leading corporate global learning programs and teams in environments as varied as startups, tech companies, retail, and transportation.

He has delivered various engaging presentations and workshops at industry events. Under Brandon’s leadership, his employers have been honored with several industry awards, including the ATD BEST Award, the Learning Guild People's Choice Award, and three Brandon Hall Awards for best custom learning design.

He has also served on the board of the North American Simulation and Gaming Association (NASAGA) and ATD’s committee for the TechKnowledge conference. He is a contributing author to Leading the Learning Function and author of L&D Playlist in the Digital Age and Learning in the Age of Immediacy.

Brandon invites you to chat with him on Twitter (@brandonwcarson) and on LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/BrandonCarson), where he engages in frank, interactive discussions about learning and business transformation. Learn more about his initiatives at brandonwcarson.com/.

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