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Quantified CEO Noah Zandan to Deliver Keynote at ATD’s Applied Learning Summit

The Austin chapter of the Association for Talent Development is hosting the 2018 Applied Learning Summit next month, bringing together talent development professionals across a range of industries to swap stories and share experiences. The theme for this year’s summit— Anticipate, Apply, Adapt—recognizes the rapid rate of change and the variety of innovations in the talent development industry.

We’re thrilled to announce that Quantified Communications CEO Noah Zandan will be the keynote speaker at the Applied Learning Summit.

Recognized as one of the most innovative domain experts in the rapidly growing field of People Analytics and Behavioral Intelligence, Noah will be breaking down the science of how great leaders speak and explaining the neurology and psychology of influence. (Get a sneak peek in the promo video Noah recorded for the event!) 


Noah will be joined at the summit by a long and impressive list of Austin-based talent professionals, including Chief Operating Officers, academics, and HR leaders, whose insights will leave attendees with clear, actionable strategies to take back to their own organizations right away. Further, nominees for the Leaders in Learning Awards will showcase their work, and attendees will have ample opportunity to network with one another to dig deeper into their learnings and experiences.

We hope you’ll join us on November 9 at the Mueller Alamo Drafthouse for what promises to be an invaluable opportunity in the realm of Talent Development!

Learn more, and register on the ATD Austin website.


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