August 19 - 21, 2018
The Loews Chicago Hotel, Chicago, IL

Ferril Onyett

Senior Director, Global Learning and Development
Taco Bell
Ferril Onyett is Sr. Director, Global Learning and International HR for Taco Bell. Her team is responsible for all field based training, leadership development, organization effectiveness, employee engagement, and rewards and recognition She has extensive experience in Training and Development, Organizational Development and Operations in multiple industries including Theme Park, Oil and Gas, Financial Services and Sales & Marketing. She has worked internationally in addition to an ex-pat assignment on the opening team of Tokyo, Disneyland. Ferril’s education includes an undergraduate degree in Operations Management from California State University, Fullerton and an MBA from Pepperdine University. She is on the board of Make a Wish, Orange County and the Inland Empire. The breakfast crunchwrap is Ferrl’s favorite Taco Bell menu item.


12:15 PM Improve the Speed & Quality of Frontline Training

Taco Bell recently embarked on an exciting journey to enhance employee training through tablet learning. This powerful communications vehicle is providing a cost-efficient way to get information to its employees at speed, while increasing engagement and development opportunities. During this session, Ferril Onyett, Director, Learning & Organizational Development at Taco Bell, will take you through their plan and the outcomes to date. This program reinforces the Taco Bell commitment to continuous innovation. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to:
·         Prepare the workforce for a wide-ranging technological change
·         Develop creative messaging to connect with an increasingly younger workforce
·         Deliver training opportunities at speed to large and dispersed workforces, without sacrificing quality
·         Measure and report of the effectiveness of training initiatives 


Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Ferril .

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