712 Mirror and Model: Dual-purpose Video for Leadership Development

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM Thursday, June 9



Performance on leadership development competencies, like coaching, influencing, and speaking skills, has an ineffable quality difficult to capture in words. If you want to explain what’s great and what to work on while evaluating participants, you or they will miss something in the translation from behavior to observation to words on a page.

In this session, you’ll see how pictures can be worth a thousand words at 15 frames per second. Learn how Domino’s uses low-res mobile device video to capture behavior in simulations and actual performance situations, then distributes it as feedback to the participants and their supervisors and coaches. See how performances are incorporated into learning experiences as models. You’ll also learn how to use inexpensive, readily available devices to capture performance, and ways to integrate the results into software you are already using. Finally, you’ll get scoring templates you can use to assess soft skill performance.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to use video to assess and improve soft skills
  • How to set up team members to successfully capture usable video
  • Tips on efficient workflows for capturing and processing video
  • Ways to incorporate video into learning experiences
  • Effective ways to quantify and evaluate performance with checklists and notes

Novice and intermediate designers and developers.

Technology discussed in this session:
Tablets (iPad and Windows 10), Swivl app, Camera 365 app, and Adobe Premiere.

Eric Kammerer

Lead Specialist, Instructional Design


Eric Kammerer, an instructional design specialist at Domino’s, develops instructional materials for Domino's leadership and organizational development team. He is responsible for researching, writing, and facilitating learning experiences in Domino’s leadership curriculum. Prior to joining Domino’s, Eric worked for a division of Simon & Schuster creating multimedia help systems for educational software. Previously, as manager of video development for the Educational Institute of the AH&MA (now the AH&LA), he wrote and produced over 40 video-based training programs. Eric has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Elmhurst College and holds CPLP certification.

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