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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators
20Apr/160

Transforming Learning for Life in Canada

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

To accommodate people with allergies to perfume the CCCE asks that attendees arrive scent-free for monthly meetings. 

Are you looking for effective ways to inspire learning in a multi-generational workforce? Do you want to focus your training on business goals rather than learning outcomes? These are just a few of the common training challenges all organizations face today. From limited return on investment and the inability to measure program effectiveness to inconsistent and outmoded learning events, we’re all looking for a quick fix–a one-stop training shop that gives learners all they need to know in a way they retain forever. But quick fixes simply don’t exist. This session will help you identify and understand how to transform learning so you can drive business goals.

We’ll share our Top 5 list for building a learning program/strategy, including:

1. Generational considerations
2. A disciplined design and development approach focussing on delivering business outcomes
3. Using recognition as an engagement and sustainment tool
4. Expectations of today’s learner
5. Collecting and sharing scorecard results to demonstrate business impact

Come prepared to participate in your real-life case study, and learn how to apply the Top 5 to your programs.

Kevin Jones, Managing Partner, ICOM Productions – Kevin helps companies drive their business through learning and engagement. Having lead many award winning projects over the past 10+ years in retail, Oil and Gas, Mining, Banking, Transportation and Healthcare,Kevin will share real life examples. As a leader at ICOM, he has contributed to such achievements as Waterstone’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures, and HOT PROFIT’S Fastest-Growing Companies. And his Mom would say he is a nice guy…

Cara Danielson, Vice President , Strategy & Development, ICOM Productions – With more than 15 years of experience in learning thought leadership and developing best-practice learning strategies, Cara has worked with a variety of organizations across numerous industries, including telecommunications, oil and gas, banking, healthcare, and retail. Using her expertise in blended learning, online learning, ILT, VLT, and learning transfer, Cara designs learning programs that truly drive business outcomes. She has earned several industry awards for her innovative approach to leading-edge learning strategies, including a Gold Horizon Interactive award, eight Brandon Hall awards, and a President’s award

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 20/04/2016
8:45 am - 11:00 am

Location
Schulich Executive Education Centre

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