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Learning Technologies 2022 opening address: Matthew Syed

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Matthew Syed is to provide the opening address at the upcoming Learning Technologies 2022 Conference, taking place on 4-5 May 2022.

Broadcaster Matthew Syed to open Learning Technologies 2022
Broadcaster Matthew Syed to open Learning Technologies 2022 

Learning Technologies 2022, opening address - Creating a high performance culture in a complex, rapidly-changing world: Learning Technologies is back live and in-person in the New Year on 4-5 May at London ExCeL. The conference will be opened by Matthew Syed.

Matthew Syed, best-selling author and Sunday Times columnist, provides a fast-paced analysis of how the best organisations innovate and sustain change, even in a world that is being disrupted faster than ever before. Building upon examples in business, sport and beyond, Syed explains why and how diversity matters, and why learning from mistakes is more important than ever. 

Learning Technologies Conference Chair, Donald H Taylor, said: “Learning Technologies favourite, Matthew Syed, returns to open the first of our UK conference and exhibition events to return live and in-person after the pandemic. Matthew is an inspirational speaker and his message around learning and failing and diversity couldn't be more timely for the learning and development profession as it endeavours to lead cultural change in organisations and reskill post-pandemic workforces.”

The full programme is available on the event website: Learning Technologies 2022 Conference. Conference passes are on sale: Learning Technologies 2022 Conference Conference Passes.

Learning Technologies 2022
4-5 May 2022, London ExCeL

Matthew Syed
Author, speaker, broadcaster, Matthew Syed Consulting

Matthew Syed is an author and highly acclaimed speaker in the field of high performance. He has written six best-selling books on the subject of mindset and high performance – Bounce, Black Box Thinking, Rebel Ideas, The Greatest, and his celebrated children’s books, You Are Awesome and Dare To Be You – and has worked with many leading organisations to build a mindset of continuous improvement. He is also a multi-award-winning journalist for The Times and The Sunday Times and a regular contributor to television and radio. In his previous career, Matthew was the England table tennis number one for almost a decade.

Previously at Learning Technologies