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DAY 1: July 27

Blended Learning in a Hybrid World

Adam Weisblatt, Learning Systems Strategist, Blank Page Learning
Debbie Richards, President, Creative Interactive Ideas
Jennifer McCuen, SVP Talent Development, Atlantic Union Bank
Host: Mark Britz, Director of Program, The Learning Guild

Workplaces are increasingly hybrid, and that has major implications on how we support the workforce. In this session, our panel of leaders will explore how the hybrid world has changed in their workplaces, and what factors drive the decisions that determine the selection of elements used to support their workers.
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Recording:

9:00 – 9:45 AM PT

How to Choose the Right ID Tools for Your Team

Mariann Foster, Principal Instructional Designer, Sage

Keeping up with all the new tools available to instructional designers is tough, but deciding which tools are the best fit for you and your team is even tougher. In this session you'll learn the steps to locate, select, and implement a new tool.
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Recording:

10:00 – 10:45 AM PT

Moving from Instructional Design to Social Design

Mark Britz, Director of Program, The Learning Guild

Social learning and collaboration have jumped near the top of the Global Sentiment Survey again. This is no surprise given the renewed focus on new ways of working during COVID. Yet the same problems remain—How do you support it and where do you start?
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Recording:

11:00 – 11:45 AM PT

The Power of 1:1 Coaching

Tom Lademann, edTech Coach, LuminEd

There are a host of learning program options that can reach a broad audience, but there are many scenarios where outcomes could be dramatically improved through the addition of 1:1 coaching. In this session you will discover the tools and processes needed to deliver an effective coaching program.
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Recording:

12:00 – 12:45 PM PT

Out of the Classroom and Into the Workflow: Designing 70-20-10 Onboarding

Jennifer McCuen , SVP Talent Development, Atlantic Union Bank

As the hybrid workplace emerges, many L&D teams are redesigning classroom-based programs for remote workers. In this session you will learn from a case study of an organization that transformed a traditional classroom-based onboarding and upskilling program by shifting the learning experieince into the workflow.
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Recording:

1:00 – 1:45 PM PT

Drive Results: The Intersection of Learning, Performance & Optimization

Nichole Vasser, Senior Learning Design Professional, Humana
Sabine Ehlers, Senior Learning Design Professional, Humana
Teresa Morris, Senior Professional—Learning Analytics, Humana

In this session, you will learn how to integrate a simple performance consulting framework that moves you from taking training orders to becoming a trusted partner in helping the business reach desired performance goals. This means moving from a design mindset to a performance mindset. You will explore how learning departments can not only design and develop various training solutions, but also analyze performance gaps and recommend solutions that are evidence-based and optimize processes along the way.
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Recording:

2:00 – 2:45 PM PT

Scaling Learning in a Time of Unprecedented Growth and Change

Pam Lee, Client Delivery Director, McKinsey Academy, McKinsey and Company
Erin Shea, Director of Client Delivery, McKinsey Academy, McKinsey and Company

Many organizations are going through an unprecedented time of change, resulting in re-organization. This session will explore scaling all aspects of people, process, and tools to ensure effective delivery of learning programs to clients in especially high-stakes environments.
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Recording:

3:00 – 3:45 PM PT

Enhancing Culture & Retention in a Rapidly Evolving Workplace

Janis Ericson, VP, Culture & Learning, PRO Unlimited

Through effective listening, training, and onboarding practices you can create a new, better-together culture that serves the needs of the organization and its people. In this session you will discover how learning leaders can expand the lens beyond the learning space and think holistically about how we can support culture and overall employee engagement.
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Day 2: July 28

8:00 – 8:45 AM PT

Research Review: Smarter Delivery, Tying Engagement to Outcomes, and Keeping Up with Trends

Jane Bozarth, Research Director, The Learning Guild
Charles Dye, Technical Director, InSync Training

In this session The Learning Guild’s director of research, Jane Bozarth, offers quick overviews of some recent Guild research. Topics covered are the value of investing in robust train-the-trainer efforts
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Recording:

9:00 – 9:45 AM PT

How to Prepare Your Company for New Technologies

Debbie Richards, President, Creative Interactive Ideas

There will almost always be challenges while trying to introduce or learn a new technology. In this session you will learn the steps needed to build a successful implementation plan.
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Recording:

10:00 – 10:45 AM PT

Mapping and Measuring Your Learning Strategy

Ajay Pangarkar, Performance Strategist, Author, CentralKnowledge/LRNonline

Learning leaders are challenged to demonstrate operational value for their learning efforts. In this session you will discover how learning can fully align to stakeholder operational needs and demonstrate tangible performance improvement value.
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Recording:

11:00 – 11:45 AM PT

The Transformative Role of Learning and Development Leaders

Karen Massey, Director, Learning and Development, Bumble Bee Seafoods

Today's workplace is evolving faster than ever, presenting a host of new challenges for learning organizations. In this session you will discover how the workplace is changing, and how learning leaders need to evolve to keep up with the changes.
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Recording:

12:00 – 12:45 PM PT

How to Organize Content Across Shared Learning Platforms

Adam Weisblatt, Owner, Blank Page Learning

Many learning and development organizations are embedded in individual areas of the business, yet they share centralized learning platforms. This session you will discuss why governance is critical for the success of any shared learning platform (e.g., LMS, LXP, LCMS, LRS, etc.).
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Recording:

1:00 – 1:45 PM PT

Using AI to Cut Content Development Time

Edward Perry, Managing Partner & CEO, Point North
Dr Robin Yap, Chief Research & Development Officer, Point North

AI tools are available that can cut content development time dramatically. In this session you will dissect a series of case studies that will provide you with insights on AI tools, including those useful for shortening a content developer's build time.
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Recording:

2:00 – 2:45 PM PT

Practical Lessons Learned Leading a Community of Practice

Connie Malamed, Founder, Mastering Instructional Design

People join communities to learn, to achieve their goals, and for a sense of belonging. In this session, you will learn ways to understand what motivates members, how to let your vision evolve, the importance of empathy, creating an inclusive environment, and how to meet their needs at scale.
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Recording:

3:00 – 3:45 PM PT

The Future of Learning Leadership

Connie Malamed, Chief Mentor, Mastering Instructional Design
Mariann Foster, Principal Instructional Designer, Sage Intacct

As the workplace changes, so does the work learning leaders need to do to support their organizations. This session will examine the new skills that learning leaders will need to develop and discuss ways we can plan to build those skills.
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