Todd Moran's Sessions
Learning to Lead Through Purpose
Day 2: 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm CT.
Todd Moran a learning strategist, business transformation evangelist, and digital workplace expert with over 20 years of industry experience. His passion and expertise lie in educational technology, digital customer experience, organizational change management, and employee engagement.
Todd’s professional career has spanned start-ups to non-profits and large multinationals, and his current role at NovoEd as their Chief Learning Strategist. From the megatrends in learning and enterprise collaboration to technology evaluation and implementation, to the ‘people’ side of organizational change and talent development, he covers the gamut of understanding what it takes to enable a successful digital workplace and deep employee engagement.
As part of past executive leadership roles at Telvent and Schneider Electric, he has planned, designed, and implemented internal and external communities across those organizations, radically streamlining the IT landscape, and slashing total cost of ownership (TCO) by replacing a multitude of legacy, siloed systems with what is becoming an integrated, global communications and customer experience standard.
Todd has driven a multitude of collaborative business initiatives focused on producing tangible value for external clients and internal stakeholders alike. Examples include: devising strategies for capturing the tacit knowledge of the aging workforce, learning models for multi-generational workforces, and processes and technologies for fostering collaborative product design and partner enablement.
He is a frequent speaker at live and virtual industry events, including most recently CLO Exchange and SHRM Edge 2020. He is a former CPLP (Certified Professional in Learning and Performance), and member of the Community Roundtable – the preeminent international network of social business leaders. Todd holds a B.A. in Organizational Psychology from Middlebury College, and an M.A. in Information & Learning Technology from the University of Colorado.