Is Your Learning Strategy Built to Endure the Challenges Facing the Today’s Learner?
Modern, distracted learners need a different approach to convert learning into results. Research shows learners forget 90% of what they’ve learned in just 2 weeks unless it’s reinforced. Our highly connected, fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment has created an unparalleled level of distraction for today’s modern learner. Our average attention span is now shorter than a goldfish at 8.25 seconds!
2018 Insights show key areas that can augment and support your training solutions to meet the needs of today’s modern learner. More specifically we are seeing continued growth in digital learning to offer accessible, bite-sized learning modules. Advances in neuroscience are providing insights into the conditions needed to optimize learning and enhance memory. And learning sustainment strategies are being created to reinforce key messages and reduce the forgetting curve.
Is your organization’s learning strategy built to endure the challenges facing today’s learner in 2018?
This 1-hour webinar will help you find what you need to focus on to meet the needs of today’s learner and boost the return on investment (ROI) for your training budget.
- Identify 3 reasons traditional approaches to training aren’t delivering desired results
- Find out how to leverage brain-friendly learning techniques to boost knowledge retention
- Discover trends in digital learning to meet the needs of today’s modern learner
- Understand why you need a robust learning sustainment strategy
About the speakers:
Jennifer Isotti has diverse experience in coaching, advising and developing leaders to create high performing teams. Grounded in human resources best practices, adult learning and business leadership, Jennifer has a proven record of building lasting relationships in a variety of sectors. She has a Bachelor of Management majoring in Human Resources from the University of Lethbridge, a Marketing Management Diploma from Mount Royal University and is currently pursuing her M. Ed in Adult Education from Yorkville University. Jennifer also holds her CHRP designation.
Jennifer Coles is responsible for the successful development and delivery of digital learning solutions for our clients. Jennifer has earned a Master's of Education degree focusing on computer-assisted instruction, as well as bachelor's degrees in Arts and Education. Jennifer also holds an advanced certificate in HR Management from the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Business and an advanced certificate in Project Management from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Science and Engineering.