Start your learning early with this 2-day online workshop to prepare you for our Learning & Marketing Online Conference. Separate fee-based registration is required.
In a rapidly changing world, L&D professionals are expected to design programs that adapt quickly to the needs of learners and businesses. However, many learning journeys are piecemeal and unaligned, resulting in missed opportunities for success. Journey mapping provides a solution by enabling evidence-based recommendations for organizational success and proving ROI for learning initiatives.
In this interactive workshop you'll learn how to create a journey map that captures all touchpoints and ecosystem elements for learner success. Through real-world use cases and hands-on exercises, you'll get a feel for the mapping process and how it facilitates storytelling. You'll also learn how to get buy-in from your organization and stakeholders, streamline information gathering, and maintain a map for ongoing analysis.
By the end of the workshop you'll have a dynamic map that drives measurable change for your learners and organization. You'll learn how to make recommendations for enhancements and identify learning needs with your map. Participants will have access to a virtual workshop board on Miro.com for 60 days after the workshop.
Join us to learn how journey mapping can help you design learner-focused programs that adapt quickly to change and enable success for your organization.
Samantha deGeus, Learning Product Manager, Workforce Software
Sam deGeus’s professional journey over the past 14 years has led her from graphic design to conducting learning ecosystem analysis for large organizations. An artist and musician with a bachelor’s degree in writing, creativity and connecting people drive her passion for designing solutions that influence behavior change. A proficient learning experience designer and developer, her current passion is conducting analysis and driving organizational change through L&D initiatives. She also has a passion for public speaking and storytelling.
Meg Fairchild, Learning Engineering, Torrance Learning
Meg has over a decade of experience in learning design and development and has been working with xAPI data for more than half of that. Her experience, combined with her analytical systems mindset, helps her design learning journeys, craft solutions & derive insights for our clients. Meg’s favorite place to be is in the water, whether swimming laps in a pool or fly fishing in Michigan’s AuSable River.
Extend your learning for 2 days and save $100 on this pre-conference workshops when you also register for the Learning & Marketing Online Conference—in addition to all other discounts for which you may qualify!