1003 The Right Instructional Designer Is Hard to Find
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Thursday, March 28
Management and Strategy
If you hire the wrong instructional designer, you risk wasting time and money and losing credibility in the eyes of your stakeholders. It’s important to first understand your needs and then look for an instructional designer with the right design experience, level of creativity, and communication skills to make your projects successful. Join this session to discover a recruitment process that can help you identify the skills you need and source the candidates who possess them.
This interactive session will discuss how to avoid hiring the wrong instructional designers. After reviewing the recruitment process, you will learn how you can use it to fill your open instructional design positions and create an effective onboarding plan.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to describe your ideal instructional designer profile
- How to source and review candidate resumes
- How to conduct a thorough interview
- How to develop an onboarding and coaching plan
Designers and managers
Instructional Design Manager
Tiffany Lombardo, an instructional design manager at Cinecraft Productions, has over 10 years of experience as a learning and development professional. She began her career as part of the L&D team at the Sherwin-Williams Company. During her time at S-W, she designed impactful global learning for employees, managers, and executives. Tiffany earned her bachelor’s degree in English literature from John Carroll University and an MBA from Cleveland State University. In 2016, she joined Cinecraft Productions as a learning consultant and later was promoted. She is passionate about creating innovative and effective learning experiences that engage the learner and achieve business objectives.