Every year brings new developments to the talent development industry -- either in the field of learning and development, or in the workforce which we serve.
Tonight we're pleased to talk about these developments with 3 Orange County talent development leaders. We'll explore the trends that are impacting talent development, and how those trends have been incorporated (or not) into the training conducted at each panelist's organization. And we'll take a brief look into the future, hoping to catch a glimpse of how L&D could be impacted by the innovations that are making headlines today.
Brian has dedicated his career to helping individuals reach their full potential through learning. He is a nationally recognized advisor, thought leader, researcher, author, and speaker on Corporate Learning, Talent Development and Learning Innovation.
Over the course of his 35-year career in Human Capital consulting, with a focus on Learning and Performance, Brian has served more than thirty-five F500 clients around the world, primarily working with technology, consulting and telecom companies. He provides advisory services to clients in the areas of; workforce development, enterprise systems training design, competency modeling, learning data and analysis, planning and measuring employee performance and new learning technology planning and implementation. He completed his Ph.D. in Educational Technology at Concordia University in Montreal.
Sr. Director, Global Training and International HR at Taco Bell
Ferril Onyett is Sr. Director, Global Learning and International HR for Taco Bell. Her team is responsible for all field based training, leadership development, organization effectiveness, employee engagement, and rewards and recognition
She has extensive experience in Training and Development, Organizational Development and Operations in multiple industries including Theme Park, Oil and Gas, Financial Services and Sales & Marketing. She has worked internationally in addition to an ex-pat assignment on the opening team of Tokyo, Disneyland.
Ferril’s education includes an undergraduate degree in Operations Management from California State University, Fullerton and an MBA from Pepperdine University. She is on the board of Make a Wish, Orange County and the Inland Empire. The breakfast crunchwrap is Ferrl’s favorite Taco Bell menu item.
6:00 PM Registration
6:15 PM Structured Networking
6:30 PM Dinner
7:00 PM Main Program
8:15 PM Informal Networking
8:30 PM Adjourn
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