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Council for Learning and Leadership Development

For over 25 years, the Council for Learning and Leadership Development (CLLD) has provided an exclusive forum for senior practitioners of learning and leadership development to engage with peers and renowned thought leaders, and share emerging theory, organizational practices, and lessons learned.

The CLLD’s purpose is to enhance the strategic and competitive position of member organizations through a combination of meetings, research, and access to custom information services. It provides access to knowledge and networking opportunities that are a must for Canada’s learning and leadership development executives.

Key Objectives

  • Provide a forum for learning and leadership development professionals to connect with peers from a wide variety of sectors and geographic areas.
  • Encourage learning by providing networking opportunities through engaging and interactive closed-door sessions with speakers of national and international calibre.
  • Facilitate discussions and debates that advance knowledge and collective thinking, identify new opportunities or initiatives, and share knowledge of innovative practices that bring value to organizations.

What’s New

Upcoming Webinar

Next Meeting

May 16-17, 2017 in Toronto, ON
Joint meeting with the Council on Inclusive Work Environments
Theme: Building Diversity into the Leadership Talent Pipeline

CLLD Brochure

CLLD Cover Download the CLLD brochure (pdf)

Latest Research

LDO Cover Learning and Development Outlook 2014: Strong Learning Organizations, Strong Leadership
Snapshot of Leadership Cover A Snapshot of Leadership Development Practices in Canada
LDO Cover Learning as a Lever for Performance. Learning and Development Outlook—13th Edition

Contact Us

Chantal Pye

Administrative and Meetings Coordinator, Leadership and Human Resources Research
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Stephanie Burgetz

Senior Network Manager and Senior Research Associate, Leadership and Learning
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