Richmond Events provides event attendees with a choice of conference subjects. Each attendee specifies those sessions that he or she particularly wants to attend.
Looking at our first three UK events in 2012 we are getting a preview of what our delegates are most interested in learning.
At The Digital Marketing Forum delegates are very industry-focused, the most popular four subjects being:
- The future of mobile
- Using social media to transform your business
- Data at the heart of your digital strategy
- What’s the best in British digital
At our other March events, The Supply Chain Forum and The Learning, Development and Talent Management Forum, there are some common themes and more emphasis on personal development.
“The Art of Leadership” ranked 2 with Logistics Directors and perhaps not surprisingly, Learning Professionals’ most popular conference session is “Developing Leadership Differently”, with the number 3 choice being “Senior Leadership Development”.
Leadership is clearly top of the list for both these audiences.
The Logistics and Supply Chain's top five sessions:
Innovation in the supply chain
The art of leadership
Improving supplyy chain operations
Lean & Agile – is it always best?
Collaboration. There were two different sessions on collaboration, both well attended and it remains of high importance to Logistics professionals.
The Learning, Development & Talent Management Forum’s top five sessions:
- Developing leadership differently
- Talent retention and engagement
- Senior leadership development
- Organic talent management
- How learning can support culture change
Further details can be obtained from:
Liam Quinn for The Learning, Development & Talent Management forum