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Creating a Development Culture: The Most Powerful Competency Your Organization Can Master
Thane Bellomo, Principal, CCS Performance

4 Ways Embracing Failure Creates a Culture of Learning
Alycia Angle, Industrial and Organizational Psychologist

Embedding a Culture of Learning through Early Career Rotation Programs
Tiffany Poeppelman, Global Head of BLP, LinkedIn

Learning In the Flow, Evaluation On the Go
Megan Bell, Learning Consultant, Blue Cross NC


The world and the way we learn are in constant flux. For organizations and workforces to thrive, they must become agile and resilient. Over the past few weeks, organizations worldwide have experienced the need to implement new technologies quickly and pivot to virtual environments. Learning and development can enhance organizational agility by building cultures of learning that encourage the development of a growth mindset and support knowledge sharing and curiosity regardless of physical location.

Join this TICE Virtual Conference to discover practical insights on creating and maintaining a culture of continuous learning in your organization. Learning leaders will discuss topics including:

  • Investing in early career talent to instill a learning mindset and ensure long-term employee success.
  • Shifting your organization’s cultural mindset to encourage appropriate risk taking, failure and psychological safety.
  • Telling a comprehensive learning measurement story by delivering learning at the point of need, regardless of time or place.
  • Solving organizational challenges with a development culture.

    During this TICE Virtual Conference, attendees will get a chance to interact face-to-face with presenters and ask their questions live on the Pando video wall.


    Thank you to our TICE Virtual Conference Sponsor!


    The TICE Virtual Conference is an extension of the annual Training Industry Conference & Expo (TICE). To learn more about the in-person conference, visit


    This TICE Virtual Conference is valid for 4 PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP, and fulfills 4 CPTM recertification credit hours.