Pam ConynghamDirector of Learning
Pam Conyngham is a Director of Learning, who leads functional training and the employee development strategy for Cardinal Health at Home, an 1800 employee division of Cardinal Health. Prior to joining Cardinal Health, Pam served as Director of Employee Development for the Cleveland Clinic. After spending her early career at United Healthcare in Account Management and Sales Training Leadership roles, Pam knows how adults learn most effectively for on-the-job application. With over 12 years leading workplace learning, she believes that active participation is the key to well-prepared and engaged employees. Pam’s current professional interests include gamification and interactive learning methods. Pam has served on the Board of the Sales and Marketing Training Association She has delivered presentations at the SMT annual conference, American Training and Development Association International Conference, and Training Magazine’s annual conference. Pam holds a Master of Arts in Organizational Communication from Kent State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Magna Cum Laude, from John Carroll University. Pam is a graduate of Leadership Columbus, community leadership program, and Cardinal Health’s Women Leading Change program. She is a DDI-certified facilitator. In 2015, Pam received special recognition from Cardinal Health for Living the Company’s Leadership Essentials and Values.
Implementing a Gamification Strategy Into e-Learning That Results in Tangible ROI
During this interactive discussion, attendees will learn how implementing a gamification strategy into e-Learning can result in increased employee engagement and tangible ROI. Attendees will share leading practices on implementation, how to overcome early barriers to adoption and how to get the most value from this tool.
Led By: Pam Conyngham, Director, Learning & Development, Cardinal Health
Driving Culture at the Speed of Business: Lessons from Fast-Growing Companies
As learning leaders, chances are you already have a learning culture. However, the learning culture that exists within your organization may not be the learning culture you want and need. And while a culture of compliance and necessary training is important, today's CLOs must radically rethink their approach to building a learning culture that fits the need of fast moving business, is continuous and becomes part of people's everyday work. During this roundtable discussion attendees will hear how even the fastest growing companies are driving a culture of learning that becomes an everyday habit and valued by employees at all levels of the organization
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Internal Coaching Best Practices
Executive coaching has unique benefits and challenges. In this roundtable we will discuss how we approach executive coaching engagements, sharing what we see as best practices as well as pitfalls to avoid. Since executive coaching requires significant investment of time it it's done internally, or money is you bring in an external coach, managing the process effectively is critical.
Led By: Aloka Sands, Executive Director, Leadership & Organization Development, Sony Pictures Entertainment