How do we create a lasting learning legacy?


UK based Learning & Development Manager for Janssen (Johnson & Johnson’s pharmaceutical company), certified NeuroTransformational & Co-Active Coach, trainer and social entrepreneur Shivani Mair, invites you to strip learning and development back to basics, and experience the benefits of what she calls ‘micro-learning moments’. Enjoy this interactive keynote, that aims to expand your mind and sharpen your focus to what really helps and what hinders human performance. Gain practical approaches that will help you create a lasting learning legacy, to positively impact your people - long after they’ve left the ‘training room’. 

We’ll explore the results Shivani’s teams are clients have gained from ‘micro-learning moments’ platforms including: speed-coaching, bitesize learning through technology, peer-to-peer learning and the application of basic neuroscience.

We’ll explore how these simple approaches can be applied to your work and organisation – without excessive investment of your money, your time or your brain power. The return on investment? Create a rich learning culture for your people that propels business performance, attracts talent and transforms human growth. 

Warning: dormant learning forces may come alive.


Shivani Mair, Certified Coach, Trainer and Learning & Development Manager for Janssen (Johnson & Johnson’s pharmaceutical company)

15th november 2017. 12.35 - 13.35, Practical Forum 2.

Matthias Wolf


Co-Founder, Firstbird

16th november 2017. 13.40 - 14.10, Practical Forum 2.



Feró Nagy


15th november 2017. 10.55 - 11.15, Practical Forum 2.

Márton Galambos

General editor, Forbes Hugary

16th november 2017. 10.55 - 11.15, Practical Forum 1.

László Ács & Erzsébet Buzásné Putz

HR-director, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Kft. & Elnök, Mérnökök és Technikusok Szabad Szakszervezete

16th november 2017. 13.05 - 13.35, Practical Forum 2.

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