LS604 The Race to Stay Relevant: Learning in the 21st Century
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Thursday, March 17
Management and Strategy
Your employees live in a world where the assumption is that new knowledge and information are always instantly accessible. Employees increasingly turn to readily available online and mobile resources, which offer seemingly unlimited sources of reliable information. As a result, many are growing wary of traditional, mandatory corporate learning programs. How should the L&D function continue to grow to ensure learning programs enable employees to thrive in the 21st-century workplace?
In this session, you will learn how the learning and development function should continue to evolve to serve both chronically distracted and overwhelmed employees, and growth-oriented yet budget-constrained organizations. You will see how to design holistic learning programs which can match and surpass the expectations of your learners today. The challenges attendees are likely facing will be addressed, and ideas will be offered for implementing learning and communications programs which have succeeded in connecting with both learner and business audiences.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to deliver holistic programs that go beyond just courses
- How to spread awareness and create buy-in around existing and new programs
- How to effectively and sustainably earn the mindshare of your audience
- How to use creative storytelling to communicate value and authenticity
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
Desktop, mobile, and tablet devices.
Managing Director, Custom & Advisory Services
Sarah Clarke is the managing director of custom and advisory services for Intuition. Sarah leads Intuition’s learning solutions and consultancy service in North America where she and her team partner with Intuition’s customers to deliver first-class training solutions. These highly tailored programs give clients the ability to educate through effective learning programs blending eLearning, mLearning, and instructor-led services. With 13 years in the digital-learning industry and with Intuition for eight years, Sarah has developed and delivered Intuition’s signature programs to Intuition’s top customers. Sarah is PRINCE2 qualified and holds a first-class honors BA degree in design for interactive media and a master’s degree in multimedia systems.