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March 16 – 18, 2016 Orlando, FL

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MX107 Seven Secrets of Microlearning

4:00 PM - 4:45 PM Wednesday, March 16

Management Xchange Stage

A prevalent training concern is the inability to create lasting behavioral change after training. A key to the success of reinforcement training is the ability to continue the learning on the job. In this session you will be introduced to the seven secrets of reinforcement learning and be shown how trainers and leaders can better help employees apply their knowledge on the job. This session uses case studies to offer a fresh perspective on incorporating micro-reinforcement learning post-training to increase knowledge transfer and retention. Following this session, you will be able to explain micro-reinforcement training and connect micro-reinforcement training with ROI.

Charlene Rousseau


Envisionary Development Consulting

Charlene Rousseau is the president of Envisionary Development Consulting, a performance management consultancy. Charlene partners with her clients to deliver L&OD solutions that minimize turnover and maximize performance, saving her clients time, money, and resources. She has clocked more than 30,000 hours in curriculum design and has over 13 years of training, facilitation, speaking, coaching, and L&OD consulting experience in multiple industries, including corporate settings, government/military, and university education. Charlene is an adjunct faculty member for Baker College Online Graduate School for Psychological Studies, teaching courses in the industrial/organizational psychology field. Charlene also serves on the board of advisors for the International Movement Network and Keiser University’s graduate industrial/organizational psychology program. Charlene holds a PhD in industrial/organizational psychology from Capella University.

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