Elizabeth Jameson – Intersection of Art and Science

Elizabeth Jameson is an artist who specializes in the intersection of art and science. She creates with the intent of transforming how people view the human experience of disease, allowing room for celebration of the imperfect body. Her practice emerged after she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Undergoing numerous brain scans to track the progression of the disease, she developed a deep fascination with the architecture of the brain.


Marshall Goldsmith – 15 Coaches

Marshall Goldsmith’s new project is called 15 Coaches. He going to teach 15 people everything he knows, for free! It’s his chance to give back to others, and to honor the many wonderful people, like Frances Hesselbein, Paul Hersey, Peter Drucker, Alan Mulally and more, who have helped him in his own life.


Doing Conferences Differently – How to Beat Post-Conference Depression

Do you suffer from PCD?

How many times has this happened to you? You’ve convinced your boss (or yourself) to pay up to $2,000 plus travel expenses so you can attend a conference in your field. You spent a few energizing, exhausting and sometimes confusing and frustrating days with thousands of strangers and maybe a few friends, learning what’s not and what’s not in the learning and training profession.


Podcast: Brent Schlenker

In this podcast, we talked about his latest adventure as host of the Training, Learning and Development Conference 2016 and his commitment to apply true learning science to the design of the conference.