511 Shifting the Organizational Mindset to Performance Support
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, June 9
Lone Star F
Performance support is very different from training. In a world where many people are conditioned to think that learning should look like school, with teachers, students, and formal instruction, it can be difficult to get an organization and its workers to adjust to a performance support approach.
In this panel discussion, you will learn from individuals who have faced this resistance to change and found ways to overcome it. You will explore reasons why stakeholders resist performance support so that you are better prepared to address them. You will discuss strategies that can help shift the mindsets of both organizational leaders and workers on the front line.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why organizations resist the shift to performance support
- How to address stakeholder concerns
- How to speak to both senior leaders and the front line
Intermediate and advanced directors.
discussed in this session:
CEO/Chief Learning Evangelist
APPLY Synergies & Co-Founder of the 5 Moments of Need Methodology
Bob Mosher, the chief learning evangelist at APPLY Synergies, has been an active and influential leader in the learning and training industry for over 30 years, and is renowned worldwide for his pioneering role in eLearning and new approaches to learning. Before co-founding APPLY Synergies consultancy with Conrad Gottfredson, Bob served as the chief learning evangelist for Ontuitive, director of learning strategy and evangelism for Microsoft, and executive director of education for Element K. He is an influential voice in the IT training industry, speaking at conferences and participating in industry associations. Bob was awarded the Guild Master Award in 2014 for his accomplishments and contributions to the eLearning community.
Senior Learning and Performance Strategist
Beth Daniel, a senior learning and performance strategist with APPLY Synergies, has more than three decades of experience managing learning-and-development functions across the organization. She has led all aspects of learning, from developing strategic visions to designing, developing, and delivering classroom, virtual classroom, performance support, and eLearning solutions to meet rapidly changing business needs. Beth previously lead learning-transformation efforts at Bank of America, including the development and rollout of an AGILE learning methodology and the development and implementation of a performance-support strategy and approach.