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Fuse Universal announces Charles Jennings as guest speaker for November Networking Soirée

London 30 Euston Square, NW1 2FBLearning NewsFuse Universal

The Fuse Networking Soirée will connect over 300 professionals from across the learning and development industry and it is hosted by Fuse Universal, one of the world's leading learning technologies company.


The event will provide the attendees with an outstanding business networking experience and the opportunity to hear the latest in the industry from world recognised thought leaders.

Date: 16 November 2016 - 30 Euston Square, London  NW1 2FB

Registration is available via the Fuse Networking Soirée event page.

The guest speaker Charles Jennings, one of the world's leading experts on building and implementing 70:20:10 learning strategies, will unveil the secret of creating high performing organisations.

“Charles has led learning and performance improvement projects for multinational corporations, government agencies, not-for-profits, and other organisations for more than 35 years”

The 70:20:10 model is based on observations that high-performing individuals and organisations develop most of their capability through learning within the workflow. Also called the '3Es approach' (Experience: Exposure: Education). In addition, during the evening, the attendees will have the opportunity to preview the launch of the 70:20:10 Institute.

Furthermore, Steve Dineen, the Chief Storyteller and CEO at Fuse Universal, will present the latest findings and trends in learning technologies.

The event  will provide 3 key takeaways:

  • Discover how to create high performing organisations applying the 70:20:10 model and other agile approaches.

  • How major brands measured an increased business performance in relation to the growing employee engagement.

  • A  fantastic opportunity to hear the latest of the industry while networking with key influencers in the industry.

"The Fuse Networking Soirée is a unique event and not to be missed," added Steve Dineen.

Charles Jennings introduces the concept of moving away from purely classroom based learning and towards the 70 20 10 learning journey