Smarter, wiser, more informed. No, that's not describing a new generation of consumer but describing a new generation of learners. Today's participants know their time is valuable and resources are plenty. How do we manage this new set of expectations? No longer is it enough to have the teacher/student dynamic during instructional events. Technology and social learning is the silent third person in the room, and our toolboxes have to be equipped to support modern learning philosophies.
All L&D practitioners have been in the situation of trying to make “training stick”. One reason lies in the hands of missing learning connectivity before, during and after programs. Augmenting single event courses and classrooms by creating links that help to scaffold learning, will ultimately create stronger learning connections.
The big question is - how do learning practitioners connect learning to the people? In this modern era of learning, new techniques are required in the areas of connection and collaboration. Therefore, the need to update the learning toolbox goes beyond optional to an essential skill.
This webinar will provide participants with...