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Lori Niles-Hofmann is a senior learning strategist with 25 years of L&D experience across many industries, including international banking, management consulting, and marketing.
Her specialization is large-scale digital learning transformations. She is passionate about helping companies navigate through the ambiguity of change and acts as a trusted adviser to Fortune 500 CLOs around the world.
After leading and completing numerous EdTech implementations, she has developed the data-based methodologies and frameworks that will empower your L&D teams to move from business support function to strategic business driver.
Currently based in Toronto, Canada with one foot in Europe.
Naomi is the Sales Manager at Go1 supporting a team of Account Executives to consult with potential new customers on expanding their learning technology solutions. Having worked in the industry for the last 12 years, Naomi has worked with 100’s of organisations in the adoption of learning technology and continues to bring her experience in supporting organisations to truly achieve business impact through the power of people development
Paul is a ‘positive change’ provocateur, ‘Play to Strengths’ Advocate and Strategic minded leader and NED/Trustee. Passionate about helping individuals, organisations and citizens & societies flourish and realise their full potential.
He helped transform the Housing Ombudsman Service to be more strategic and outcomes-focused, delivering improved services to tenants and landlords. Employee engagement increased to 80 per cent on a 94 per cent response rate through the introduction of contemporary people management and OD practices, including strengths-based leadership. He was also instrumental in developing and delivering a sector development strategy supporting local and effective dispute resolution practice within the rented social housing sector.
A senior leader with over 24 years' experience gained across a diverse range of sectors including IT, learning video production, public administration and arts education. Paul is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), a Fellow of the RSA and until 2020 a member of the steering groups of the RSA fellow-led Creativity in Public Services Network and Reinventing Work Network.