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Turning Content into Learning Culture Using Design Thinking
January 26 @ 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm EST
Are you building a learning culture or just a mountain of content?
Organizations are investing more in training to upskill and reskill their salesforce, yet content sits largely unused by most employees. Instead of pouring more money into training, we need a different way to think about learning and development. That new way of thinking is design thinking.
Join us for this 30-minute LTEN webinar, sponsored by Metrix, where we will discuss the one critical step you can take with your salesforce to change learning from something they have to do to something they want to do.
At this webinar, you will learn:
- Why spending more on off-the-shelf content won’t drive learning.
- How to use design thinking to support an everyday learning culture.
- First-hand insights gathered through focus groups with sales reps.
Register today for this free, LTEN webinar. (Not an LTEN member? Join today and realize the value.)Register
Nolan Matthews, Learning Strategist, Metrix:
Nolan Matthews is an analytical thinker focused on performance-based consulting with more than eight years of experience in L&D. He is currently a learning strategist at Metrix, leading client accounts and project teams. Nolan works with his clients to find the real reasons why teams and individuals have performance gaps and uses that information to provide targeted design recommendations. He is passionate about finding the right questions to lead to engaging learning experiences that prioritize what learners need to do, not what we think they need to know.
Rebecca Lai, Manager, Learning Design, Metrix:
Rebecca is a manager of learning strategy and design at Metrix . She’s an award-winning designer whose work is deeply rooted in human centered systems thinking, data and evidence-based solutions. She’s spent her career leading and developing high performing teams; and has a passion for designing learning architecture, inclusive learning environments, digital transformation, training operationalization and coaching. Rebecca has brought many projects to life within healthcare, finance, technology and public sectors.