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Panel Discussion: Transitioning into Learning and Development (Leslie Early, Katie Caffrey, Heidi Gordon and MARY TEXER)

Join Heidi Gordon, Katie Caffrey and Leslie Early as they discuss their transitions into Learning and Development from other fields. Mary Texer will guide a conversation that will include transferable traits and skills, strategies for a successful transition and each panelist’s own path into a rewarding career in Learning and Development. Intended Audience: Anyone interested in

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Bianca Baumann

Reinvent Learner Experience with Intentional Human-Centered Design (Bianca Baumann)

Human-centered design (HCD) is much more than simply following Design Thinking principles and Agile work processes. It’s an intentional practice creating experiences across the organization, not only focusing on employees but customers and the community alike. Overlaying Design Thinking with HCD allows L&D to play a crucial role in an organization-wide human-centered approach focusing on

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Jerilyn Veldof

Designing an LMS Organizational Structure for over 120 Courses (…from scratch and during a pandemic!) (Jerilyn Veldof)

When Legrand AV migrated over 120 online courses into a new LMS there were tons of decisions to make. The most challenging of these included how to categorize our course catalog and label those categories in ways that were clear to both customers and the sales team. And yikes, this was during a pandemic! The

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Janna Dorman

How to Embed Company-wide Initiatives and Values into Your Education (Janna Dorman)

In this presentation, you’ll learn how you can integrate company-wide initiatives into every learning solution you create. You’ll learn what it takes to connect broad initiatives to specific learning solutions you create. You’ll also learn how to get stakeholder and subject-matter-expert buy-in and how to build processes and templates into your standard work so that

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Transforming Learning at Ameriprise Financial (Dave Halvorson and Casey Johnston)

Over the past few years, Ameriprise has been on a journey to transform learning from a ‘required/ top-down’ approach to a learner-driven experience focused on helping learners build skills over time. Dave will share Ameriprise’s story – including what they’ve done, results to date, and the opportunities still ahead (including evolving/new skills needed in L&D).

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Personalizing Virtual Learning with DIY Video (Heather Connors and Zach Anderson)

Learn how to create easy, innovative DIY video to personalize learning — which is especially important as we’ve moved so quickly to almost exclusive virtual interactions. We often think video has to be complicated and expensive, but we will provide you with tips and tricks you can use with materials you already have to efficiently

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Building and Leaning on Your Network (Kate Hoelscher and Karl Noot)

While going through a job transition, Kate found some specific ways her network was key in finding her next role. We will also discuss some tips on building your network and watch Kate demonstrate one of her best tips in real-time. Intended Audience: Everyone who is interested in growing their network or is in job transition.

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Ogres, Bridges, and Maps, Oh My!: Using Online Forms to Create Escape Room Learning Adventures (Annie Greenawalt)

2020 brought many pivots to our lives, and also a few opportunities to think outside the box and unlock opportunities to use well-known ideas in delightful new ways. Join along on your own device to walk through how to create a learner-focused virtual escape room using Microsoft or Google forms. We will uncover the whole

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