Nick is a revolutionary in People Learning. He brings unique experiences as former CLO at Deloitte UK. Nick is responsible for coining the ‘courses to resources’ shift with a track record of shaping future learning approaches for numerous public and private organisations.
He also brings experience from consultancy, Siemens, BBC and BP, as well as being the author of ‘How People ‘Learn’. Nick’s life work has led to him to be critically acclaimed as winner of Learning & Performance Institute’s Award for Services to the Learning Industry. He’s also won awards for people development, strategy, innovation, and learning content along his diverse career.
With our passion for innovation, Nick naturally stood out to us. As a memorable conference speaker, careful leader, & well-known in the corporate learning industry for ground-breaking work & thinking, we think you’ll love him!
I’m the Chief People Officer at AppsFlyer. Joining the company with its foundation in 2011, I’ve played a pivotal role shaping the company and its vision.
I built AppsFlyer’s core people functions such as AppsFlyer’s Academy, the People Operations business unit, and AppsFlyer Cares. During my leadership at AppsFlyer, I’ve helped the organsiation become recognized as one of the Highest-Rated Cloud Computing Companies to Work for During the Covid-19 Crisis.
Lisa will share her personal leadership journey through the Lumina coaching process along with Marisa who she partnered with to introduce Lumina to the AppsFlyer Leadership Team and broader organization.
Join us for a fireside chat with AppsFlyer Chief People Officer Lisa Zaythik and Global Executive Coach Marisa Sarfatti on the impact of developing leaders and creating a scalable learning culture.
Marisa Sarfatti is a Global Executive, Leadership & Team Coach. For over 20 years she has helped leaders, specialists, and teams grow their daily communication and leadership skills.
Marisa has been a qualified Practitioner on Lumina Spark since 2010 and has enjoyed sharing both Leader and Spark with AppsFlyer over the last five years, as well as working closely with Lisa to bring it to the AppsFlyer leaders and ecosystem.
She works mainly with High Tech companies such as NICE, Amdocs, Checkmarx & Moovit to name but a few.
I have over 20 years’ experience working on global leadership development and organisational culture projects with several blue chip organisations including Heineken, Shell, Airbus, AkzoNobel, BAE Systems, Unilever & Aviva. I am passionate about creating workplaces where people feel valued and inspired to achieve their full potential.
When your daily business is often a case of life or death it can be tough to make time organisationally to prioritise leadership development. The thin blue line is getting thinner and is under more scrutiny than possibly ever before.
To truly support diversity in organisations we need to avoid treating it as a standalone initiative and make sure it runs right through the heart and DNA of our organisations.
I own and run Athena Professional, a multiple award-winning learning & development consultancy. Much of my work is designing and facilitating blended learning to help people navigate digital transformation.
The future is all about deploying digital resources to enhance human experiences. Lumina Learning’s digital tools are a fantastic way to do just that. In this lively workshop we will explore how to design blended learning programmes which enhance the experience of learning, delivering a humanistic approach and real impact on work capability. Come and join us. You will be most welcome.
Virtual learning can provide a rich and engaging learning experience. Online we can be truly inclusive, using anonymous digital tools to allow honest and wide-ranging input. We can design for conversation and connection, and we can create longer learning journeys which increase the likelihood of transfer to work practice.
Before I was ready to come out of the closet at 35 I needed a burn-out. Gradually I found out that not being myself had kept me from living the life and having the career that suited me. My mission since is to help teams & organizations value all differences.
Being a Lumina Spark practitioner for over 10 years now and being the chair of two LGBTIQ+-networks, B/Proud at the ministry of Finance and the overarching network Dutch Government Pride, I have been striving for Diversity and Inclusion in our organizations for many years.
Only quite recently I discovered how these different paths of my career are not so different after all, no, they reinforce each other. In the end, if we take a look at the endless variety of traits people have, who cares about majorities or minorities? Every human being is unique and worth to be heard and seen.
I am a highly motivated and dynamic learning, training and development professional who thrives on continuous improvement and driving performance and results through people. I have extensive qualifications, personal development and experience gained through 20 years working as a specialist in the field of Learning, Training, Development and Coaching.
I will share our journey with Lumina Spark at HEINEKEN UK and how it is supporting our business at a Colleague, Team and Organisational level. I will also share the important role Lumina Spark plays in supporting our Inclusion & Diversity agenda.
I believe there are a number of key shifts in behaviours and mind-set, that are needed by organisations. These include, actively building a truly diverse pipeline of talents and capabilities and nurturing a deep sense of belonging and an inclusive and diverse environment through a company’s purpose, values and behaviours.
Lucy’s career has spanned a few decades and four continents. As a Board Director for a global communications firm, she worked in the UK, Argentina, Turkey and Thailand. She founded Lantern Training in Kenya in 2014 and has since spread the Lumina story to the United Nations, International NGOs and commercial organisations across East Africa.
Our work with the World Food Programme started in 2018. Using Lumina as a foundational tool, we have guided leadership teams across East Africa, reinforced respect in the workplace in Kenya, supported staff working in refugee camps on the Sudanese border and helped to build cohesion amongst WFP Somalia’s senior management team.
We are now faced with our greatest challenge. How can we use Lumina to build a working culture in Somalia where women feel safe to speak up, voice concerns and contribute equally? Very few of the workforce in WFP Somalia are women, Lumina does not yet translate into Somali and this is the first time these teams will be having these conversations. I’m asking for your help!