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May 23, 2017

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  • May 23, 2017 from 9:00am to 5:00pm
  • Location: London, TBC
  • Categories: May
  • Latest Activity: May 12

L&D Connect is a virtual and real-life space for L&D and OD practitioners and others in L&D/ organisational development to discuss the issues that matter most to them and their organisations.

The aims are simple - to create a space to

  • Experiment with ideas & techniques with other practitioners - get feedback and think differently about what you produce
  • Talk about relevant L&D/ OD issues
  • Exchange ideas and support fellow L&D professionals
  • Encourage networking & sharing about practise within the learning & development community
To get a sense of the community ahead of the unconference, why not join the weekly Twitter chat using the hashtag #ldinsight? It takes places at 8am-9am (UK) every Friday morning.

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CIPD Branch Events

Did you know your local CIPD branch will put on relevant events that are free to CIPD members.

Take a look for your local branch here and what events are happening. Remember attending these events are great CPD evidence.

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