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Management and Supervisory Training: Keep It Social, Professional, and Mobile

303 Management and Supervisory Training: Keep It Social, Professional, and Mobile

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, June 24


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According to ASTD Research, the most common forms of training across all industries are management and supervisory. These also represent a large percentage of training budgets in many organizations. Finding ways to address these training needs in a cost-effective way is critical, as is the need to integrate the social aspect that will unlock knowledge and share personal experience.

In this session you will explore various platforms that enable social collaboration. You will discover how these tools allow management and supervisors to access training, rate it, and allow for conversations to develop around it. You will discover how mobile technologies make these social interactions possible and affordable. You will leave this session with a different perspective on how to provide management and supervisory training.

In this session, you will learn:

  • Various platforms for social collaboration
  • Where the gaps are for developers in relation to learning at their companies.
  • Various cost-effective ways of distributing training
  • How to appeal to your learners’ range of learning styles.

Novice designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.

Technology discussed in this session:
Desktop PCs, tablets, and smartphones.

Emma Lowney

Technical Services Manager


Emma Lowney is a technical services manager for Intuition. Emma works within Intuition’s knowledge management solutions and consultancy service in North America, where she and her team partner with Intuition’s customers to deliver first-class solutions. These highly tailored programs give clients the ability to educate through effective knowledge management programs blending eLearning, mLearning, and instructor-led services. Emma’s specialty is working with Intuition’s clients to develop their mobile learning and knowledge management strategy. Emma is a business studies graduate in addition to holding an MCSA and CCNA.

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