701 Creative Innovations in Storytelling & Learning
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Thursday, September 29
This session will explore how to effectively blend multiple learning topics together into a single storyline.
The issues employees encounter in the workplace rarely happen in isolated silos. Nor should learning. Employees who mishandle issues often create additional issues, and building these realities into our courses can raise awareness in a meaningful way.
Blended storylines show learners how different issues intersect and build on one another both positively and negatively. They also provide an opportunity to develop relatable characters who address issues that learners are likely to encounter. This session will explore strategies for providing multi-topic learning through effective blended storytelling. Learn to use blended storylines to improve the efficiency, realism, and retention of your learning content.
Director of Culture Programs and Legal Learning & Development
Rashelle Tanner is the director of culture programs and legal learning & development for Meta Platforms (Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Occulus) where she is responsible for guiding the overall vision and strategy for Meta's legal and compliance learning programs, influencing the culture through compliance initiatives and leading a team of passionate professionals. Previously, Rashelle worked as Microsoft's director of integrity & compliance learning and assistant general counsel, where she transformed the way Microsoft's 180,000+ global employees prioritize trust and integrity in their work through storytelling and popular delivery methods uniquely designed for engagement and retention. Rashelle is also adjunct faculty for Seattle University Law School's Masters of Legal Studies in Compliance and Risk Management program. Prior to joining Microsoft, Rashelle was general counsel & chief compliance officer for an international non-profit, and began her legal career as a litigator practicing labor and employment defense. Rashelle serves on the board of trustees for the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle (past chair) and the Seattle Repertory Theater. She has also served on the advisory boards for Meredith Mathews YMCA and Momentum A.C.E.S., which explores the intersections of anti-bribery, anti-corruption, international trade and sanctions compliance challenges on a global regulatory scale. Rashelle is the judicial evaluation co-chair for the Loren Miller Bar Association and is a graduate of Leadership Tomorrow, Seattle University Law School, and Howard University.