We’ve begun to hear the message constantly: lifelong learning is more important than ever before. Employment and economic conditions have changed dramatically because of what technology has made possible. Information flows through our work and personal networks at blistering speed. Artificial intelligence and robotics are well on their way to reshaping the global job market. In short, massive change is the order of the day – and the only way to adapt and evolve is to embrace constant, effective lifelong learning.
But how can organizations that serve lifelong learners best adapt to this new environment? How do we shed legacy practices that are no longer effective and embrace new approaches to engaging and empowering learners? In this speech I challenge and inspire learning business leaders to not just react to the changing learning landscape but to actively shape a future in which we and the learners we serve will thrive.
Clips from Leading the Future of Learning at ACCESSE19: The CESSE Leadership Conference
Jeff Cobb draws on a depth of experience and expertise to address a topic that is critical to trade and professional associations. How successfully we navigate the future of learning will have a huge impact on the level of value we are able to provide to our members and to society.
Arlene A. Pietranton, PhD, CAE
Chief Executive Officer
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
With the market for lifelong learning evolving so rapidly, developing a clear vision and strategy is a real challenge. Jeff Cobb offers the clarity that leaders need. He understand not just how learning works, but how learning as a business works. When he speaks, you can count on walking away with big ideas, but also with actionable insights that you can use to grow your education business.
Beth Sartore, CAE
Associate Executive Director
American Association of Neurological Surgeons
If you are looking for ways to articulate to your leadership the future of learning and practical ways to increase learner engagement, Jeff Cobb’s presentation is an invaluable resource. His delivery and pragmatic-style continues to set the pace for learning professionals across industries.”
American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation