EVENT INVITE: Headlined by iconic football manager Arsène Wenger, Netflix’s Chief Talent Officer Patty McCord and NBA superstar Magic Johnson, digital training platform, EdApp, has announced a completely free virtual summit called Rewrite the Playbook as part of its continued focus to democratise learning.
The summit will deliver practical insights built for 2021 and the future of work. Audiences can expect to walk away with key lessons to approach learning and training in their companies, drawing on learnings from NBA stars, business moguls, and disruptive leaders.
Called “EdApp Summit 2021: Rewrite the Playbook“, the event is on the 29th of April at 3pm to 7pm GMT, but for Aussies there will be a replay at 11am on April 30, 2021, but you need to register free here to attend.
Commenting on the event, EdApp CEO and co-founder Darren Winterford said: “Now is the time to change our approach to learning and training. Rewrite the Playbook is about learning from experts who are pioneering this change in the shadow of COVID-19, as well as those who have led and managed some of the highest performing teams of all time.”
Rewrite the Playbook Speaker Line-Up:
Magic Johnson | Unleashing Potential
Often regarded as the best point guard of all time, LA Lakers’ Earvin “Magic” Johnson’s achievements include three NBA MVP Awards, nine NBA Finals appearances, 12 All-Star games, and 10 All-NBA First and Second Team nominations. After his retirement, the HIV survivor pivoted his success from the NBA court to highly affluent business ventures.
Patty McCord | Challenging the Status Quo
Patty McCord served as Chief Talent Officer of Netflix for 14 years and helped create the Netflix Culture Deck. Since it was first posted on the web, the Culture Deck has been viewed more than 15 million times, and Sheryl Sandberg has said that it “may be the most important document ever to come out of Silicon Valley.” Today, McCord is an advisor at HubSpot and continues to coach CEOs and their teams to help define leadership and company culture.
Arsène Wenger | Traditional Rules Don’t Apply
Iconic football manager, Arsène Wenger, joined the English Premier League (EPL) club, Arsenal in 1996 and has since become the longest-serving manager of the club. Wenger won three Premier League titles, seven FA Cups, and masterminded the entire unbeaten league campaign in 2003-04 as his “Invincibles” team became champions. He now serves as the Chief of Global Development for FIFA.
Plus, we’re told you can “hear from key speakers Debbie Ekas, Director of Learning at Deloitte, Darren Murph, Head of Remote at GitLab, François Grassal, Pernod Ricard’s International Marketing and Commercial Manager, Michael Callans, VP of People Science at Culture Amp, Marie Daniels, Global Commercial Learning Manager at Bayer Pharmaceuticals, and many more.
“In addition, attendees will hear from the event host, EdApp – a multi-award-winning, all-in-one team training tool built for mobile and its sister-company SafetyCulture – a global safety technology company that helps to streamline operations and foster high performing, safer workplaces.
“A host of additional industry leaders will reveal key lessons targeted towards learning and development managers, training managers and passionate business owners from around the world, seeking insights into training in this new climate. This post-COVID paradigm has proved that now is the time to challenge the norm, paving the way for 2021 and the future of work.”
Winterford added: “2020 saw a major push to retrain and re-skill the global workforce in the face of the pandemic disruption. To challenge the future of training and in line with EdApp’s mission to democratise learning, this event will not only increase access to learning itself but also equip training managers from around the world with inspiring stories and practical insights to help them ‘level up’ to high performance.”
Rewrite the Playbook is hosted by EdApp and brought to you by SafetyCulture. It is “designed to help companies large and small rewrite the new Learning & Development (L&D) playbook, built for 2021 and the future of work.”
EdApp offers a free, award-winning microlearning-based Learning Management System (LMS). Designed to provide engaging, mobile-first user experiences, the EdApp platform provides the ability to deliver training directly to your teams’ smartphones, resulting in record engagement rates. EdApp is used to train teams large and small across the globe and delivers around 50,000 lessons per day across more than 90 countries and counting.
About EdApp Summit 2021: Rewrite the Playbook
There’s a lot that’s changed since early 2020. Work has evolved and is now more flexible, remote, and increasingly digital. To adapt, a change of approach is needed for learning and training in order to become more data-driven, more adaptable, and even more people-focused. The free, virtual summit is hosted by multi-award-winning mobile training platform, EdApp, together with SafetyCulture to help companies large and small to rewrite the new L&D playbook, built for 2021 and the future of work.
Free registration to attend is here.