What we learned at the Australian Workplace Learning Conference

Every year the Australian Workplace Learning Conference is held at the ICC in Sydney. It runs for two days, and if you’re even mildly involved in Learning and Development, it’s a pretty big deal. There’s speakers on every day pretty much all day, which featured Sir Ken Robinson whose life’s work in unlocking creativity in people and organisations has garnered him more awards and accolades than Adele has Grammy’s, as well as the most viewed TED talk ever. The conference also featured 2019’s Australian of the Year, and about 50 other big names in Learning and Development, both in Australia and Internationally.

There are two factors which will make me go to any event: the opportunity to learn, and free coffee. I knew the Australian Workplace Learning conference had both because I checked the speakers list and the catering menu. Obviously, I had to attend. So, with an all-access lanyard around my neck and hands jittering from four delightful free coffees, I spent a day taking in all the conference had to offer.

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