Employers are in dire need of talented professionals who can thrive in an increasingly connected global economy. Online education can prove to be an invaluable training ground for collaboration and communication across borders and time zones. Discover how online learning can dramatically transform learning and development at your organization. Did you know that 31% of higher education students take at least one course online, and 20% of all continuing education enrollment are for online courses? Join us for the “Demystifying Online Learning for Today’s Global Workforce” webinar to discover the latest trends in online learning, and the benefits it will bring to your team and organization.
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Thanks to their cost savings and extended reach, virtual classroom training tools such as Cisco WebEx, Adobe Connect and GoTo Training have become popular in many organizations. And while the benefits of may seem fantastic, the implementation often falls flat. Trainers struggle to engage participants effectively and are frustrated by the absence of eye contact and body language they use to gauge learner interest and comprehension in face-to-face classrooms.
Learners often find webinars boring. They become distracted and often multi-task throughout online sessions.
Attend this session to experience what it takes to set up and use virtual classroom tools properly.
Find out how to use ground rules to appropriately set the stage, what to consider when adapting content for virtual classroom sessions, ways to make relevant use of the software tools.
Technology has completely changed the way we live, work, play and learn. The 5 generations that work and learn together all have different experiences and learning preferences. Research has shown that multimodal learning results in significantly increased retention, especially for higher order skill development. Based on our book: Best Practices for the Virtual Classroom, this workshop will discuss new trends in learning and 7 steps to blended learning success. It will discuss a framework for blended learning, the components of a Virtual Learning Environment, key principles in architecting the learning experience and designing highly interactive virtual classroom experiences. We will then explore how these principal were considered in the design of a leadership program across the Caribbean.
One of the most common reasons associated with assignment are personal and family issues. Companies should offer support along with a full understanding of whether the assignment is a lateral move or a promotion and what happens to the assignees career upon repatriation. This webinar will focus of the full life of assignment from start to finish. We will delve into the emotional and energy level of an assignee and their family members throughout the assignment cycle. Important factors on how to choose the right candidate for the assignment support them while on assignment and retain them when they return.
This presentation, based on the experiences and "next practices" of hundreds of HR leaders and projects, will examine the five (5) critical issues that must be addressed in the critical first 100 days and beyond of HRIS project implementation.
This session will include a 100-day template to HRIS implementation excellence, and the strategic to tactical steps that must be taken to accelerate user alignment and adoption. The session will examine not only the technical aspects of launch, but also the fundamental behavioral aspects that must be considered.
Finally, the session will give several "next practice" case examples of users who successfully implemented HRIS projects in small to large scale environments.
Simulations have long been touted as an elearning best practice solution for learning engagement and effectiveness. But adoption and utilization rates have been slow, primarily due to a combination of real and perceived challenges related to cost and development timelines, as well as resistance to allowing employees to play “games” at work. Join us for an update on the current state of simulations in learning, and the trends and factors that are paving the way for actualization of the prediction that simulations and game-based learning will likely be the long-awaited “killer app” for elearning. The session concludes with an example of how the American Heart University blends both custom and off-the-shelf scenario-based simulations into their award-winning corporate learning programs.
The hot topic of On Demand learning has sparked conversations around the world. With today's war on talent, organizations need to reevaluate how they recruit and retain key talent. By understanding and enabling your teams to partner with learning and technology you will be able to make informed decisions and consider a new perspective towards On-Demand Learning. Throughout this interactive session you will learn the key buzz words that will ensure you understand the essential concepts, processes and terminology towards technology and training. This workshop has been designed to share foundational concepts, definitions and examples that will ignite a new-age thinking that you will be able to discuss with others and consider innovative solutions that you may consider applying towards your next talent agenda.
When creating content for live online training, your goal is to develop curriculum that keeps learners engaged and, well… learning. Accomplishing that in an online environment requires a different approach, creative exercises and transformative slide development.
Join this webinar to hear Sheri Jeavons, President of Power Presentations, Inc. discuss how to develop effective and engaging live online sessions that will leave your attendees eager to learn.
Attend this session to discover:
* How often you should plan to engage attendees
* The Webinars that Wow® content development format
* Unique group exercise activities
* Techniques to transform exercises from live programs into virtual activities
Industry data and trends show that one out of every three organizations is looking at replacing its LMS. With greater importance being placed on learning, compliance, and analytics, organizations have begun to search for improved offerings to meet their needs. When the time comes and replacement is inevitable, the first step should not be product demonstrations, but rather the development of a replacement strategy. A little upfront work goes a long way towards a successful LMS replacement and implementation outcome. Join Jason Marceau, Chief Operations Officer from Meridian, as he outlines key elements of an effective replacement strategy, and key practices for successful replacement implementations.
Last April, Joe Ganci gave us his take on how to choose the right authoring tool for your needs. At the time, he said you should focus on the four Ts: Talent, Technique, Topic and Tool.
Now it's time to review the tools themselves and make sure you know which ones will work for you. Which ones are powerful? Which ones are easy to use? Can you have both power and ease-of-use in one tool?
There are the PowerPoint add-on tools: Articulate Studio, Adobe Presenter, iSpring, and ZenlerStudio. There are the stand-alone tools you install, such as Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, and Trivantis Lectora. Finally, there are the cloud-based tools: Allen Interactions ZebraZapps, DominKnow Claro, and Silitix Roleplay, among others.
Stop the madness! Joe will guide you through by explaining these tools in an unbiased look at each one. This will be an hour of your time well spent. Bring your questions and get ready for some answers.