When is the best time to learn that your training initiative isn't engaging your learners?
Our learners have changed. We can’t afford to solely focus on business impact and performance. We now serve an audience made of consumers. These consumers are used to incredible experiences, using the best technology, all while helping them learn and perform better.
As the talent development field adjusts to these changes in learner expectations, we find ourselves not only the curators of content and objectives, but custodians of the learner experience. Where does a module interface lose our learners? Which activity, while pedagogically sound, confuses program participants? The field of Learner Experience includes new theories, approaches, and technology that intersects our own and can advance how we deliver training.
In this time of change, use the framework of a product manager to tackle all of these new approaches and technology and prepare yourself for whatever comes next.
This webinar is an introduction to a larger conversation on the Learner Experience. Check out our Learner Experience Tools workshop on 4/16.
Explore the role of the product manager and how the responsibilities align with the role of learning system owner or designer.
Matthew Daniel is a high-energy, no-holds-barred, tell-it-like-it-is learning consultant and learner experience advocate working in and with some of the largest and most innovative companies across the country (including six years in one of the nations top ten banks – Capital One). While he’s implemented LMSs, LCMSs, Social Learning Platforms, and Curation Tools– his biggest success comes not in the implementation of the system, but in helping learning professionals figure out how to take their existing skills and experience and adapt to the digital age in a realistic way.
Matthew believes in building incredible learning experiences, not just events – that all begins with good instructional design, but it has to be wrapped in incredible user experience. Prior to implementing learning systems, Matthew was an instructional designer who built large-scale new hire and upskill programs for organizations like Microsoft, Cigna, Homeland Security, the DoD, Honeywell, Valero, BristolMeyer Squibb, and ExxonMobil.
Today, Matthew works with learning software companies on product design, consults on learning transformation, and inspires learning professionals to adopt new technologies and create amazing experiences to transform the lives of our learners.
12:00 PM Welcome
12:15 PM Main Program
1:15 PM Main program ends
Each ATD-OC Learning Event will be aligned to one Talent Development Capability, as identified by ATD National.
Training Delivery and Facilitation embodies the knowledge and skills talent development professionals should possess to be effective in their roles of creating the processes, systems, and frameworks that foster learning, maximize individual performance, and develop the capacity and potential of employees.
To find out more about the ATD Capability Model for the Training and Development Profession, visit https://tdcapability.org/#/.
Pre-registration closes at noon on the day before the meeting, but "walkins" are welcome.
Cancellation/refund deadline is noon on the Monday before the meeting. No shows will be charged in full.
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