Leveraging the Forces of Disruption: How Video^* Mobile & Social Are Re-engineering Training [Webinar Replay]

March 03, 2014 | Marit Fratelli
Leveraging the Forces of Disruption: How Video^* Mobile & Social Are Re-engineering Training [Webinar Replay]

webinar-replay-how-video-mobile-social-are-reengineering-trainingDisruptive forces — mobile, social and video — have fundamentally changed how training is designed and how learners learn. Learners are demanding access to training content 24/7, anytime, anywhere and on more than one device. This “New Normal” requires a blended approach that aligns learning with organizational needs, provides more interactive learning experiences and collaboration, and integrates training into the workflow; all while maintaining consistent messages across geographies.

In this webinar replay, Marc McNamara, VP of Communication Solutions at Brainshark and Carol Cohen, Program Learning Manager at Hewlett- Packard, share ideas and examples of how to successfully embrace mobile, social and video to create, manage and deliver more impactful training.

What you will learn:

  • Processes you can implement to successfully embrace the disruptive forces of change

  • Ideas on how to integrate performance support and job aids into your training programs

  • How trainers are incorporating collaboration and knowledge sharing into their blended training programs to reinforce best practices

  • Examples of short, interactive training modules that improve retention and support sales in their moment of need

View the full replay of the webinar for more training insights from Marc and Carol.

Watch the Webinar Replay

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