605 CANCELLED: Building a Culture of Feedback with Your Digital Learning Strategy
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Thursday, October 25
Management and Strategy
While organizations have started to recognize the importance of including practice in their learning programs, one of the most critical aspects of practice—feedback—has been an overlooked aspect of performance improvement. Feedback is challenging, as most feedback depends on critique, and an organization’s culture can impact how comfortable employees are in providing and receiving feedback.
Join this session to learn how to introduce feedback into your digital learning strategy while developing a culture of feedback. Providing opportunities to give and receive critique as part of your digital learning strategy can be a powerful tool to ensure that L&D programs have measurable impact on performance, while developing the critical skills of providing and incorporating feedback to see continuous employee performance improvement across your organization. You’ll explore how coaching, mentoring, and social assessment can be delivered as part of your digital learning strategy, and you’ll leave with tangible ways to improve feedback in your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- How feedback is a critical component of a digital learning strategy
- About the challenges in providing feedback and critique
- Strategies for building skills in providing meaningful feedback
- Proven approaches for incorporating coaching and mentoring in your digital learning strategy
- About the impact social assessment can have on performance improvement and building a culture of feedback
Designers, developers, managers, and senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
YouSeeU, CritiqueIt Practice, and potentially other practice/feedback platforms.
Product Management Director
Koreen Pagano, a product management director at D2L, is passionate about technology for organizational learning, with an emphasis on performance improvement and behavior change. She holds an MS in curriculum and instruction from Penn State University. In 2008, Koreen founded Tandem Learning, where she pioneered immersive learning in organizations by leveraging virtual worlds, games, and simulations. As director, enterprise product at Lynda.com and LinkedIn, she led the product vision for self-directed learning. Koreen is on the advisory board for emerging tech companies SilVR Thread and HelloYello. She is author of the blog Learning in Tandem and the book Immersive Learning.