Organizations have historically been challenged to find a way to provide their managers with essential leadership skills in a way that is innovative, accessible, scalable, and relevant. With the explosion of learning technologies, opportunities abound to reach new generations of leaders with an incredible range of digitally enabled options. There is no scarcity of the micro-enabled ways leaders can learn how to improve their interpersonal leadership skills. Except here is the problem—leader-learners need to keep the person in “interpersonal.” We are wired as human beings to connect and learn through others, and an approach that eliminates this connection eliminates the most powerful aspect of leadership development. However, there are ways to reach across the technology and support human connection. Join us for an engaging webinar where Britney Cole, Director of Innovation at GP Strategies, shares a thoughtful approach that’s not only learner-centric and leader-centric—it’s human-centric. During this webcast, you will learn how leaders can embrace the convenience of digital learning while not losing sight of the human factor, and gain insights to help you: – Understand the foundational components of an impactful frontline leader journey. – Effectively blend a leader’s development journey that meets the demands of today’s digital world. – Ensure you keep human connection alive. There is a way to have the best of both worlds.

Britney is a learning leader with experience in organization development, human performance, and corporate learning and has worked remotely, managing virtual teams for more than a decade. Britney lives in Minnesota with her husband and three small children (ages 5, 7 and 8) where she keeps warm with plenty of blankets and cozy hats. She likes to talk, so you might see her at learning conferences as a speaker. Britney has provided consulting for clients in the financial services, pharmaceutical, steel, chemical, media, technology, retail, manufacturing, and aerospace industries. She forms lasting partnerships with her clients helping them with learning design and architecture, content development, leadership and professional development, performance consulting, technology implementation, and change management. Most recently, she is helping pioneer new experiential learning methods and defining learning 3.0 taxonomy.

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