• Oct 28, 2021 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
  • Location: Online
  • Latest Activity: Oct 25, 2021

Impactful Learning Experiences Don’t Happen By Accident: Four Steps For Measurable L&D Success

Nelson Sivalingam, CEO and Co-Founder, HowNow

Build it, and they will come is a great mantra… just not for learning and development. Too many companies create courses nobody completes, watch as they contribute nothing towards their business metrics and do it all over again.

Why? Too much time worrying about the content and not enough spent figuring out the context! How we learn is made up of moving parts, from our goals to roles and how we act, talk and problem solve at work. Without that context, you end up delivering the wrong learning, to the wrong people at the wrong moments and for the wrong reasons.

The good news is, it takes just four rights to eliminate these wrongs, and they also happen to make up the Learning Experience Bullseye Framework. Your four steps to eliminating processes that don’t add value and driving business impact through L&D.

  • Making the right learning resource available.
  • Getting it to the right people who’ll benefit from that content. 
  • Delivering it at the right time, in moments that matter.
  • Ensuring it has the right impact through proof of knowledge and skills.
  • The Bullseye Framework for applying these four rights.

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Making personalized, collaborative learning a reality 
Joel Hellermark, CEO & Founder, Sana Labs 
Collaboration and personalisation are two trends that dominate contemporary thinking about workplace learning. 
Collaborative learning involves synchronous, interactive live sessions with groups of learners, and is powered by social dynamics and community. 
Personalization focuses on self-paced instruction that responds to the unique needs of every learner, and is powered and scaled by AI. 
Is it possible to combine these two? According to Joel it is. In this session, he will explore what it means to combine these two approaches in entirely new ways—using social dynamics to increase engagement while responding to each learner’s needs to improve learning outcomes. Join us to explore the exciting possibilities of personalized, collaborative learning.
Registration link to come