LTEN webinars bring global thought leaders and life science training experts right to your desk with trends, case studies and practical skill building information. All webinars are free and open to all.
Integrating Virtual and Augmented Reality into Your ‘NEW’ Continuum of Learning
The continuum of learning for a new product, process or service includes the education, training and experiences that drive your learners toward the desired endpoint or goal. The continuum encompasses all the cognitive, emotional and behavioral changes that need to occur to reach that goal. What is the “NEW” Continuum of Learning? Traditionally, many curricula are heavy on the cognitive domain (often presented in the form of PDFs or other didactic materials) but lack the initiatives that will impact the emotional and behavioral domains.
Join us for this interactive LTEN webinar, sponsored by Tipping Point Media, as we show you how Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and application-based eLearning can be integrated into your continuum of learning (think pre-launch, launch and post-work) in a way that will yield maximum engagement, retention and results.
We’ll invite you to share some of the barriers you may encounter at your organization that are keeping you from exploring VR and AR as training solutions. Whether its cost, portability, longevity or selling it upstairs, we’ll provide you with the strategies you need to overcome those objections and make it happen! We’ll also share some case studies on how companies have overcome barriers and successfully integrated VR, AR and application-based eLearning into their training curricula.
Key takeaways from this webinar include:
● Insights into how you can integrate VR, AR and application-based eLearning into your continuum of learning to boost engagement, retention and results.
● Strategies you can use to overcome barriers in your organization.
● An understanding of the analytics that can be tracked within VR and AR experiences and how they can be used to measure retention, performance and ROI.
Women in Leadership: Building Stronger Diversity Training Programs
Many life sciences training organizations are involved in planning and presenting programs targeted at balancing scales by bringing more women into leadership positions. By increasing gender diversity throughout an organization, companies not only level playing fields for all employees, they are able to build a stronger pipeline of future talent.
Join us for this special LTEN panel discussion webinar, as we bring together training leaders from life sciences organizations to outline their women in leadership programs and discuss efforts help the entire workforce meet its potential. You’ll get tips for creating or strengthening your own diversity programs as panelists discuss:
• The value of women’s leadership programs and other employee resource groups.
• How the programs can – and do – aid male employees.
• The role of mentoring and coaching in diversity programs.
• The type of metrics that help drive organizational change.
Panelists for this interactive discussion will include:
• Ashley Bentley, vice president, commercial training, for Baxter Healthcare.
• Liz McLean, associate director, leadership development, Biogen.
• Alison Pulte, associate director, leadership development, Novartis.
• Carol Wells, senior director, commercial, medical affairs, government affairs training and development, Genentech.
Integrating Change Management with Project Management Training
We are living in exciting times for project managers. Businesses are experiencing enormous transformations. Behind all these transformations are project plans, typically managed by a project manager. The project plan measures the health of the project. Will it be successful, or not?
Project management training consists of schedule, budget, resources, risk, procurement and contracts, all necessary learning objectives. But what is sometimes missing or under emphasized is change management, the human part of change, how people respond and react to something new. Most project management training does include change requests and stakeholder management; however, the focus is more about process and less about how to engage stakeholders.
Join us for this LTEN webinar, as Jamie Graceffa and Remco van den Breul, project management and change management experts from Philips will discuss the importance of understanding and engaging your stakeholders, increasing the likelihood of a successful execution and adoption of your project
At this webinar, we’ll discuss:
• Executive sponsorship.
• The importance of subject matter experts.
• Creating an escalation process.
• Knowing and engaging your stakeholders.
• Assembling a change network.
Three webinar attendees will also be chosen in drawing to receive a copy of Jamie Graceffa's book, "Career Control: Love the Job You're In or the One You Want."
LTEN Member Benefits: Maximizing Your Membership
As an active network of life sciences training professionals, LTEN offers a variety of opportunities for involvement. These include live and online events, publications where you can learn and share best practices, workshops and e-learning that sharpens your skills and networking opportunities for building your support team and contributing to the careers of colleagues. Naturally, the more you take advantage of these opportunities, the more value you’ll realize from your LTEN membership.
Join us for this special member benefits webinar as we introduce you to the resources, events, services and networking that comes with LTEN membership. We’ll share information on upcoming events and learning opportunities designed to help you succeed.
At this webinar, we’ll tell you about:
• Upcoming courses, networking events and programs.
• The eLearning Lounge micro-lessons.
• Solutions for your education and resources for your career.
• Opportunities to get involved and build both skills and connections.
• How you can share your knowledge, learn from other members and help build a stronger network.
Become a Training Star: Presenting to Inspire Action
An actor’s job is to move the other actor in that scene, or it falls flat. Similarly, when presenting, our job is to move our audience to feel engaged, energized and motivated. Our learners – our audience – are frequently time-crunched and overwhelmed; they want presentations to be impactful, engaging and insightful. It starts with asking yourself these three questions: What do you want your audience to think? To feel? To do?
Join us for this LTEN webinar, as communication skills expert Joel Silverstone shares tips and strategies from 20+ years of global experience presenting and from his former life as a professional actor. Joel will help you elevate your presentation skills through mindset, engagement tips and influencing your audience to action.
Key takeaways from this webinar will include:
• Start Strong: Techniques to be “spotlight moment” ready.
• Keep the Scene Going: Tips on getting and keeping your audience quickly engaged.
• And Action: How building trust is a key to action.
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