• 五月 25, 2017
HCMx Radio 64: Think Forward: Anticipating the Future of Learning

Guest: Emily Ricci, Associate Director of Design Services, The Regis Company

Host: 雷切尔·库克, 首席运营官, 布兰登·霍尔集团

In our recent episode, Emily Ricci discusses The Regis Company’s upcoming conference, The Regis Executive Conference (TREC). For those not familiar, The Regis Company is a talent development and design firm passionate about solving client problems through immersive simulations. Its practices are based in neuroscience, which means it gets to the root of problems by understanding, analyzing and changing mental models. The company is also a design-centered organization, which means it places users at the heart of every design decision to create programs that simulate the environments of users. The end product is experiential learning solutions across a practice portfolio of executive leadership, business acumen and professional skills.

TREC is a deliberately intimate gathering for learning leaders to meet, share ideas and have in-depth roundtable conversations about the core challenges in front of them today. Learning organizations are changing faster than ever, and it’s rare amid the rapid pace of change to get the chance for any kind of whitespace or “thinking time” to help process it. In developing TREC, Regis leaders do not presume that they know what learning leaders need. 代替, Regis wants to help participants uncover those needs for themselves and foster authentic dialogue about the potential of learning even in a somewhat unknown future.

The theme of TREC is Think Forward: Anticipating the Future of Learning, with exploration through creative, strategic and anticipatory thinking exercises. Participants will spend time working through a number of strategic and systems thinking exercises that help them “think forward” into the future. This will be done through talking about digital disruptors in the market, plotting the impact of current programs against an organization’s strategic agenda, and thinking about how to anticipate the inevitable changes learning. The conference also provides a very unique chance for attendees to experience a custom simulation that will help them explore the challenges facing today’s learning leader.

Regis partners in attendance or presenting at TREC include McKinsey, Ingersoll Rand, Abbott, 德勤, 发现, Boston Consulting Group, Liberty Mutual, EY, The American College, Pitney Bowes, 埃森哲, HP, and Santen.

The conference is open to learning leaders – CLOs or those who run major leadership development programs or run learning and development functions in their organizations. Also welcome are business stakeholders who sponsor major learning initiatives. The conference is not open to other vendors or partners in the industry because Regis is keen to enable the conversations for stakeholders and leaders in the learning space.

There are not many spots left but you can still register and find out more information by going to www.regiscompany.com/trec2017.

The conference takes place at Keystone Resort and Spa in Keystone, Colorado, from June 7-9, starting at 3pm on Wednesday and ending on Friday at noon.

To listen to our interview with Emily Ricci, you can download the podcast anytime at the HCMx Radio site.

As the Associate Director of Design Services, Emily co-leads the company’s design approach, champions the vision for executive leadership development, and has end-to-end ownership of multiple award-winning global milestone programs. Emily partners with clients, internal company leaders, and design teams to create solutions that consistently change the behavior of senior executives worldwide.

In her role, Emily advances the company’s design methodology based on system dynamics, cognitive science, and design thinking principles. She leads design thinking workshops around the globe that help uncover an audience’s behavioral preferences and biases, allowing for targeted approaches to design that quickly achieve significant business results.

Emily has worked with multinational organizations across a broad range of industries, including professional services, health sciences, pharmaceutical, 运输, national defense, 技术, aerospace, banking, 和金融服务.

Emily holds an M.A. in human performance and training and a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism. Prior to working for The Regis Company, Emily was part of the McDonald’s U.S. 训练, learning and development team in Chicago.

To listen to our interview, you can download the podcast anytime at the HCMx电台网站.

-雷切尔·库克, 首席运营官, 布兰登·霍尔集团 RachelCCooke

Rachel Cooke

首席运营官 Rachel Cooke Rachel is responsible for business operations including overseeing client services, 研究活动和项目管理. 在加入布兰登·霍尔集团, 雷切尔是AC增长的首席运营官联合创始人. 瑞秋有超过 15 多年的销售经验, 市场营销, 业务发展, 与销售绩效管理. 此前AC增长, 她担任过多个高级管理职务,是对领导团队Be​​rsin & 联营, 在电子学习,现在业界领先的人力资源和人才研究公司的先驱分析公司. 在她的高级总监的角色, 雷切尔制定的战略,并导致解决方案提供商垂直的商业运行, 并成长垂直成公司最大的细分市场. 在她担任销售总监的角色, 瑞秋开发和率领的高级客户经理,专注于收购全球战略帐户. 雷切尔是全权负责制定重要的业务关系,与超过90的公司包括行业图标, 例如: 阿迪达斯, 惠普, 丰田, 神谕, 星巴克, 安富利, 波音公司, Kaiser Permanente的, 西夫韦公司, 富国银行, 普华永道, 高乐氏和Affiliated计算机服务. 雷切尔开始在银行业她的职业生涯, 媒体和酒店业. 这些行业, 瑞秋举行的几个关键高级管理和执行销售职位. 蕾切尔收到社会科学跨学科研究的学士学位从佛罗里达大西洋大学的荣誉. 瑞秋继续她的研究生教育由美国管理协会在完成了一系列的高管教育课程.

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