Swan, Shakespeare's Globe, London ~ 08.00 - 11.00 Thursday 4th July 2019

When learning technologies first arrived on the scene, they promised us so much. Unfortunately, they've failed to deliver in one key area: meaningful business impact.

The sad truth is that most people don't like online learning and most Learning & Development departments don't like their Learning Management Systems. Is it any wonder that 98% of all online training fails to make any impact on corporate culture?

Meaningful impact happens when organisations start transforming knowledge into behavioural change. But this is no easy task. During this session, we'll look at how we can drive this change in focus, by using a combination of behavioural science, neuroscience and learning theory to create an audience of passionate advocates and a high-performance learning culture.

If you are responsible for training or communicating to teams on a global or local scale, this session will help you to understand why your current strategies are failing to make the impact you'd like.

Ultimately, you'll walk away with the knowledge and skillset you need to deliver a stronger return on investment on your L&D spend.

Who Are We?

Growth Engineering are learning technology specialists who work with organisations to drive meaningful business impact through training solutions that engage and delight their end users. Our learning solutions are built on an understanding of behavioural science best practise and our knowledge of how the brain works.

For more information, please visit: www.growthengineering.co.uk.


  • 08.00 Registration - refreshments & networking
  • 08.30 Welcome and introduction
  • 08.45 Using the science of fun to create engaging learning solutions
  • 09.15 Our approach
  • 09.45 Case studies
    HP's mobile app solution driving sales enablement
    L'Oreal's mobile app solution driving product knowledge
  • 10.00 Battles and social
  • 10.30 Q&A
  • 11.00 Close
Juliette Denny
Managing Director
Growth Engineering
Simon Blackburn
Sales Director
Growth Engineering


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