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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators
21Sep/160

How Brain Science and Gamification of Learning are Changing Business outcomes for Southeast Grocers

One of the benefits of CCCE membership is that anyone from your company can attend meetings. Please invite your colleagues.

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There’s been a lot written about the concepts of brain science and gamification applied to corporate learning in the last couple of years, but where’s the proof?

Learning leaders are still grappling with these emerging concepts, and how to apply them easily and effectively as part of their learning ecosystems.  Is it possible to impact memory, retention and behaviour in ways that are measurable?  Does gamification work?

This session will explain 3 key cognitive theories that when utilized in a corporate learning environment, measurably impact learning transfer, behaviour change and business outcomes.  And how when combined with specific game mechanics, they drive voluntary learner activities that make employees smarter, faster.

You’ll see real data related to the spacing effect, retrieval practice and the impact of game mechanics on participation.  You’ll hear about how Southeast Grocers, a leading grocery chain based in Jacksonville, Florida with 80,000 associates, is transforming their business with this new approach to learning.  You’ll come away with a practical approach to applying these theories in real life to get the business outcomes you want.

 Speaker Biography

Carol Leaman is the CEO of Axonify Inc., a disruptor in the corporate learning space and innovator behind the world’s first Employee KnowledgeAxonify 10 Platform—proven to increase the employee knowledge and performance necessary for achieving targeted business results. Prior to Axonify, Carol was the CEO of PostRank Inc., a social engagement analytics company that she sold to Google in June 2011. Previously, Carol held CEO positions at several other technology firms, including RSS Solutions and Fakespace. Carol is a much sought after speaker, a regular contributor to Fortune magazine and a well-respected thought leader, whose articles appear frequently in various learning, business and technology publications. She also sits on the boards of many organizations, both charitable and for-profit, and advises a variety of high-tech firms in Canada’s technology triangle.

 FREE Parking:  The best parking is close to the main entrance by the flag poles.

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 21/09/2016
8:45 am - 11:00 am

Location
Markham Civic Centre

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