With emotional intelligence and human-centered design becoming highly sought after skills within organizations to create competitive advantages and create better experiences, many organizations find themselves having to crate training programs to develop these capabilities internally and transform their workforces. Join this session to learn how to quickly and effectively develop a workforce that can meet the challenges of today, and the future.
Some of the most meaningful experiences employees have with an organization leave lasting impacts on morale, productivity, and retention. These often center around interactions with HR and career management, however, there is a disparity between the experience employees expect, and what current systems allow for. In this session, learn how to break down data silos and create a seamless career management experience to employees which allows them to give more to their careers, and you to retain and develop your most ambitious and capable employees
Remote learning is more than on demand videos and webinars. As L&D professionals, we know learners come in all varieties and have various means which work best for them. During this discussion, learn the various mediums and media available to engage and educate remote learners in a way that meets their needs and learning styles. From interactive PDFs to motion graphics, learn how to develop robust learning programs that go beyond video and provides a more human experience.
IoT data can be used for more than operational processes. Many employees engage with connected devices through the course of their work and provide constant feedback on their work performance throughout their day. Combining this data with your content management platforms and predictive analytics will allow you to create individualized performance management and learning programs at scale that center around the individual and automatically adapt as the learner progresses. Listen to this case study to discover how Jennifer Rogers from Anglo America developed her program and maximized the potential of her globally diverse workforce.