Anneli Blundell | Founder
Anneli | Australia

Anneli Blundell, Founder, Anneli

Anneli is the co-author of several books on shifting human behaviour with her latest book, ‘Developing Direct Reports: Taking the guesswork out of leading leaders,’ providing a reference guide for developing leadership performance on the job. Currently she is working on her next book, ‘The Gender Penalty: The penalties that sideline women at work and the power plays that even the playing field,’ drawing on her extensive experience in supporting women to navigate the leadership landscape and accelerate their careers.
Anneli’s client list includes Mercedes-Benz, Ernst and Young, Telstra, Victoria Police, NAB, JB Hi-Fi, The Good Guys, and many more. She has been featured as an expert across multi media publications including Foxtel's Sky News-Business Success program, The Australian - Business Review, Herald Sun, Daily Telegraph, The Advertiser, The Courier Mail, HuffPost, 3AW, and Modern Business Magazine, to name a few.
Oh and she’s a nifty parallel parker, a keen runner and a salsa dancing addict who loves any meal cooked by someone else! 


Day 1 @ 12:30

The 3 keys to leverage the power and promise of a blended learning solution – A Merceades Benz Case Study

    her flagship Women in Leadership program as the backdrop, Anneli Blundell shares the power, practicalities and possibilities of a blended learning approach to create sustainable learning outcomes. Getting maximum traction from your learning solutions doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive, but it needs to be strategic. The right actions, at the right times, in the right way, produce consistent and predictable results every time. The key is knowing which critical levers create the best blended learning results.In this session you’ll learn:
  • The 3 core focus areas that produce the greatest returns
  • Where to double down with limited budget
  • How to turbo charge ownership of learning outcomes
last published: 26/Oct/20 05:05 GMT
last published: 26/Oct/20 05:05 GMT
last published: 26/Oct/20 05:05 GMT

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