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Learning and Development Network International (LDNI) was established to provide a vibrant and leading-edge platform to promote the practice of Talent Development (Learning & Development) in Nigeria. Our members help their organisations acquire the capabilities required to deliver results.
LDNI is pleased to invite you and your organisation to participate at our annual Champions of Talent Development Conference, holding on Thursday October 28, 2021.
The theme of this year’s conference is: “Re-Imagine Learning: The Future is now!” The Conference will be hosted virtually by a world-class virtual conference platform Hubilo in order to enable the participation of a global audience. Participants will have access to 16 Speakers, live and on-demand sessions, 8 Learning Tracks and up to 3 months post-conference access to all sessions and exhibitions.
The conference is designed for Leaders in the public and private sectors, Human Resources Directors, Talent Development professionals, Heads, Learning & Development, HR Managers, Team leaders/Managers and all those involved in the talent development value chain.
We have 16 speakers, 8 tracks for more than 10 topics covering:
- Leadership development
- Public service and talent development
- Learning science and technology
- Delivery and facilitation
- Instructional design
- Change readiness and culture
- The business of learning
- Coaching and Career development
Please join us and our speakers and network with peers and leaders alike to shape a new order in the business of Learning and Development in Nigeria and Africa.
We wish you a memorable time with us!
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What is LDNI?
The vision for LDN was born in May 2011 when 9 (nine) Nigerian professionals attended the Association of Talent Development (ATD formerly ASTD) conference in Orlando, Florida, and met at the conference. They talked about the seamless way with which the conference was organized and discussed how to bring the same passion from that conference to Nigeria and start something similar.
The LDNI creates a platform for the promotion of L&D practice in Nigeria and an avenue for continuous learning and development of its members through a structured learning approach covering the Talent Capability Model developed by the ATD. Our Vision is to create and enforce high professional and ethical standards for L&D practitioners contributing to the growth and development of our organizations and the Country at large.