Convergence EMEA 2017 Conference is coming!

September 27, 2017 Susan Hilliar


More than a thousand of the leading professionals and some of the biggest names in the talent management industry will be gathering together on the 2nd and 3rd October at the Intercontinental London – The O2 for Cornerstone OnDemand’s Convergence EMEA Client Conference.


This year is set to be one of the best yet, with two days of inspiring talks, workshops, networking and, of course, a lot of fun! Attendees will be exploring the biggest issues and impacts on the industry as well as discovering how to make the most of their talent for greater business success.


The Conference will be kicked off by Cornerstone Founder and CEO Adam Miller on Monday 2nd October at 11:30am, outlining his strategic vision for the evolution of the learning experience and how Cornerstone’s continuous innovation is aiding businesses on their journeys of digital transformation.


For anyone who is a fan of business reality TV shows, they will not want to miss this year’s guest speakers, including the legendary Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge CBE, now recognised as one of the most influential, high profile and highly respected female business leaders in the world. The other TV celebrity and top businessman gracing the Convergence stage is James Caan CBE, who will be sharing his thoughts on the importance of talent to drive business and the need to create a business strategy centred around people.


Along with inspirational keynotes, renowned organisations will also be divulging their knowledge and expertise. IDC will be presenting key findings from its newest report ‘Future Business, Unleashing Your Talent,’ sponsored by Cornerstone. One of the largest HR and manager-related surveys in Europe, IDC will share brand new insights into how digital transformation is altering business and HR roles and how business leaders should embrace these changes.


Intimate seminars and workshops will be hosted by further prominent learning and talent professionals from a wide range of businesses and industries, including well-known names such as Lloyds of London, Philips, Raiffeisen Bank, AXA, Swinton Group, Suez, AISEC, Santa Fe Relocation Services, BBVA, Danske Bank, Solocal Group, Cape Industrial Services and many more. These experts will all be delving into the biggest challenges and issues facing the talent industry, from looking at how to harness the power of data to creating a true culture of learning.


Not only will attendees be armed with the knowledge and insights to revolutionise their workforce and maximise the impact of their talent, they will also have the opportunity to peruse the latest, leading products and services from Cornerstone’s recognised partners. Everything necessary to address all recruiting, performance and learning needs will be showcased in the exhibition hall, including displays from Titanium event sponsor, Tribridge, and Diamond event sponsor Neospheres.


One last thing that certainly had to be mentioned, Cornerstone will also be hosting a party on the Monday evening for all the lucky attendees. This year’s theme? Wait and see…


So, what are you waiting for? Make sure you don’t miss out on one of the biggest talent management events of the year, register for your place today!


Or why not follow Convergence 2017 on Twitter @CSODEMEA or search #CSODConf17


About the Author

Susan Hilliar

"Some of the best stories come from the most unlikely sources – always be curious, always ask questions” ​​​​​​​ Susan Hilliar is Head of Public Realations at Cornerstone OnDemand, as a corporate communications professional she works with Cornerstone’s clients across Europe.

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