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Webinar: After the Storm: Training in the Post-COVID World
April 8 @ 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
Thursday, April 8, 2021
12:30 p.m. ET/ 9:30 a.m. PT
The COVID-19 pandemic caught us all by surprise. It made us rethink how we conduct training, and it has highlighted weaknesses in our current approaches to learning. As an example, traditional classroom does not easily translate to a virtual training format.
Are there methods we can incorporate to ensure effective virtual learning? What will happen once the pandemic has passed? Will we return to the same methodologies we used prior to the crisis?
Join us for this LTEN webinar, sponsored by S4NetQuest, as we:
- Review how the pandemic has affected our ability to effectively train and develop our employees.
- Provide proven methods for maximizing virtual training methodologies.
- Discuss what training will look like once the pandemic has passed.
- Evaluate technology’s role in ensuring training resiliency in the future.
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About the Presenters
Jim Guilkey, Ph.D., is the author of M-Pact Learning: The New Competitive Advantage — What All Executives Need To Know. He is the president of S4 NetQuest and is a nationally recognized expert in instructional design and learning strategy, with extensive experience in leading the design, development, and implementation of innovative, highly effective learning solutions. Under his leadership, S4 NetQuest has transformed the learning programs for numerous corporations, including Johnson & Johnson, McDonald’s, Merck, Nationwide, Chase Bank, BMW, Cardinal Health, Domino’s, GE Medical, Kaiser Permanente, Yum! Brands, and others. Guilkey is a frequent speaker at national conferences and corporate training meetings. Before co-founding S4 NetQuest, Guilkey served as the assistant director of flight education at The Ohio State University. He received a B.S. in aviation and an M.A. and Ph.D. in instructional design and technology from Ohio State.