Our annual training conference will be held at

the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch, September 17-19, 2018

ALIGN brings together learning professionals and practitioners across industries to discuss best practices and trends within training, employee development, and learning technology. Events include: CE Approved breakout sessions, keynote presentations, networking, and engaging sessions on training best practices, theories, and trends.

Questions about ALIGN? Contact Hannah Brenner at hannah@bizlibrary.com.

What People Are Saying About Align


Program of the Year

The program of the year recipient features a company that has a strong marketing/communication plan, buy-in from senior leaders, utilization of more than one solution or module in the LMS, expected outcomes being achieved, a unique vision, and end-user enthusiasm.

2017 Winner, Consumers Credit Union

Training Professional of the Year

The training professional of the year is progressive in thinking around training and development, an experienced professional, engaged in outside training associations, enthusiastic about training, and is constantly looking to improve and achieve results.

2017 Winner, Cris Hatcher from Watco Companies

Best Use of Learning Technology

The best use of technology recipient features a company with a broad use of technology and has measurable results that are driven from effective, innovative uses of technology to achieve organizational goals.

2017 Winner, Red Roof Inn

Best Measured Results

The company chosen for best measured results has had a program in place for more than a year, clearly defined metrics and ROI, ties training to business results, recognizes the value of training, uses and solicits feedback, and gathers information about program performance.

2017 Winner, QS/1

Best New Program Launch

The best new program launch award goes to a program in its first year of implementation that best utilizes BizLibrary's content and technology and has focused planning.

2017 Winner, MarksNelson LLC

2017 Highlights