Less training, more learning in the workflow
Isabella Sinnott, Instructional Designer and Project Lead and Noorie Sazen, Director, Saffron Interactive
Today, information is constantly at our fingertips as and when we want it and need it. But the workplace hasn’t changed to cater for this. With global teams and flexible work patterns as well as new systems adoption; it can be difficult for a worker to perform day to day tasks; find things easily and deal with so many new things to learn. Mentors and managers are time strapped or absent. So supporting learners in the workflow, with point of need tools eases this “overload of information”, provides learning as and when needed, improves productivity and performance and allows time for creativity.
This webinar will look at:
· what kind of workflow tools support workers
· how they can be incorporated to generate a continuous learning culture to create perpetual learners
· improving performance and using data to show the increase in productivity and performance
Noorie comes from a Consulting background and was a former partner at KPMG leading their People Services business in London and Eastern Counties. Noorie’s business experience, consultancy and change management skills means , she partners with clients on their change and transformational performance improvement programs. She leads Saffron to consistently innovate and has been using insights from behavioural and the neurosciences to inform learning design since 2009. Having worked both in practice and industry, Noorie brings a wealth of perspectives in terms of how to manage skills gaps to ensure that change is treated within the organization as a force for good.
Isabella is a seasoned instructional designer and project lead. Her obsession with novels gives her a penchant for creating dramatic learning narratives that she incorporates into engaging client solutions. With an astute understanding of how learning experiences affect behaviour change and employee retention rates, Isabella has her ear to the ground in understanding the key L&D challenges companies encounter in the face of current technological change. Isabella has written engaging content for point of need tools and is well versed in learning design for this new medium.
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