Spring is here and it’s time to open the windows of your organization and adopt a fresh perspective on learning! With the trend in employee engagement and training initiatives sprouting, there’s never been a better time to look at trading old learning ideas for new ones!
In 1992 Brandon Hall Group launched their first report on technology enabled learning and the changing direction of the learning industry. With the internet in its infancy, true web based multi-media learning was impossible. Over the last two decades, business and learning leaders alike have continued to strive for relevant learning that was accessible where and when the learning communities needed performance improvement efforts. Today, both the internet and the learning industry have matured, and the possibilities are endless, so why are so many organizations still using old approaches and old ideas to try and meet the learning needs of a new workforce?
Join Mike Cooke, CEO of Brandon Hall Group, and Dan Cooper, CEO of eJ4 as they share their unique business perspectives and industry research on learning efforts that exceed leadership expectations. There are so many reasons to look at how your organization is embracing these changes. This Spring, trade in old ways of learning and training initiatives and adopt fresh ideas that are sure to sprout success in your organization! Open the windows of change for your organization and attend our upcoming webinar, Eliminating the “Terrible Too’s” of Workplace Training, on Tuesday, May 15 at 1 pm EST.
Webinar topics will include:
- The Business Side of Learning: Executive level expectations from learning efforts
- The Terrible Too’s: often overlooked learning issues
- Relevant learning that meets the needs of the modern adult workforce
- A new look at video-based learning
- Illustrative models, learning that exceeds leaders expectations
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