Benjamin Joseph, voted best speaker in Learning & Development

Benjamin Joseph, CEO of Training Express, leaders in corporate language and communications skills training, has been elected as the best speaker in the 3rd HRcoreACADEMY which took place on the 19th and 20th of October, 2016 in Brussels.

Benjamin’s talk on the Consumerisation of Learning won the audience’s favour and was elected the best speaker of the event with a score of 4,7 out of 5. The Learning & Development and Human Resources directors that voted at the event were from some of the most important companies in Europe.

Before speaking at the 3rd HRcoreAcademy, Benjamin also participated in the 5th HR Minds Forum in Berlin, delivering the same conference and reaping another success. His conference was voted as one of the Top 3 at the event. The participants voted on aspects such as, visual presentation, lecture content, the topic and interaction with the public. Benjamin achieved an average of 86% from the participants.

The Consumerisation of Learning is one of the latest trends that Learning & Development departments are seeing, explaining why, it is important to know how to confront this situation and understand the modern student. This understanding is important for company training programs to be successful.

This is one of the reasons why Benjamin’s talk was such a success, since it helps companies understand how they can get their employees to be engaged and at the same time, have their training programs be successful, using a fun and pleasant method.

Training programs should adapt to this current technological reality and make use of the new resources and learning methods that new technologies grant us. This is the direction that Training Express undertakes. That is why Benjamin talks, in a practical way, about new programs that companies can offer to their employees with courses that can completely adapt to each individual’s needs. Furthermore, he gets the audience to reflect and feel part of the talk since they can actively participate and debate about the topic openly.