LE06 Lunch and Learn
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM ET
Monday, November 7
Room: Veracruz C
Formal presentations are an essential element of a conference, but sometimes the best insights arise from casual conversations. Spend time exploring a topic of your choice over lunch with other attendees and speakers during round-table discussions.
- Jill Carter, Finding Work-Life Balance, for Leaders and Their Teams
- Bill Crose, Is It Time for Learning Organizations to Give Way to Performance Organizations?
- Jim Goodell, The Changing Nature of Working and Learning
- Andrew Jacobs, Designing Learning for the Hybrid Workforce
- Ingeborg Kroese, Incorporating Equity and Inclusiveness Throughout Training Design, Evaluation, and Delivery
Director of Leadership and Organizational Development
Jill Carter is the director of leadership and organizational development for Intermountain Healthcare. Jill has been with Intermountain Healthcare for five years. Prior to Intermountain Healthcare, Jill was the director of human resources for Dominion Energy, a natural gas-focused energy company. Jill has over 40 years of experience in most every aspect of human resources. She has a master’s degree in public administration and a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Utah. She is certified as an SPHR in the HR industry.
Bill Crose is the founder and CEO of Adyton and inventor of the Pythia performance enablement, performance assurance, and continuous performance improvement system. Bill has a master’s degree in instructional design, two patents for performance technologies, and more patentable technologies in various states of design. Before shifting his attention from learning to performance technologies, Bill was the global learning technologies manager for InterContinental Hotels Group and held similar roles at United Healthcare and DTE Energy.
Director of Innovation
Jim Goodell is editor/co-author of the Learning Engineering Toolkit (2022) and a thought leader in learning engineering and data standards. He is director of innovation at Quality Information Partners where he leads the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s T3 Innovation Network Data and Technology Standards Network and supports the US Dept. of Education-sponsored Common Education Data Standards. He is chair of the IEEE Learning Technology Standards Committee, the Industry Consortium on Learning Engineering Competencies, Curriculum, and Credentials SIG, the IEEE Competency Data Standards Workgroup, the Adaptive Instructional Systems Interoperability Workgroup, and serves on the Learning Economy Foundation Steering Committee.
Andrew Jacobs is known for innovative thinking about learning, training, and technology. He has a specific understanding of developing online and digital solutions for learning, social profile, and engagement. He received an award for his work on informal learning in July 2020 and was highly commended as part of the DHSC team at the CIPD People Management Awards in 2021. He was part of the team that won the Gold award at the 2022 Learning Awards for the work with Capita and the DHSC, and individually won the Bronze award for Learning Professional of the Year at the same event.
Researcher, L&D Leader
Open University UK | Enhance Facilitation
Dr. Ingeborg Kroese is an international business leader, with 15 years experience in commercial roles at P&G and PepsiCo. Since 2006, Ingeborg has developed and facilitated learning programs worldwide. Having lived in Pakistan, UAE, UK, Austria, and the Netherlands, Ingeborg has personally experienced the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The goal of her academic research is to fill the knowledge gap on gender equity in training and development. The ground-breaking results enable training organizers and clients to ensure their training is equitable and inclusive. Ingeborg’s research has been awarded and published in prestige academic journals and national newspapers.