ATD National Webcast Series
5 Best Practices to Help Your Learners Thrive in the New Virtual Landscape
May 6, 2020 • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
As we continue to adjust to new ways of working, learning organizations are quickly adapting their strategies from face-to-face facilitation to virtual and digital environments. It is imperative that leaders evaluate their learning ecosystem, convert existing content to new digital experiences, and keep their teams engaged through an effective learning journey.
During this interactive session, GP Strategies’s Matt Donovan, chief learning and innovation officer, and Cara Halter, instructional designer, will share five best practices that will help your learners (and learning strategies) thrive in the virtual workplace.
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As GP Strategies’s chief learning and innovation officer, Matt Donovan brings more than 25 years of experience. Throughout his career, he has helped support a wide range of Global Fortune 500 companies through significant transformation initiatives. Not only has he been recognized through industry awards, his articles are regularly published and presented at various national and international conferences. He holds a master of science degree in instructional systems technology from Indiana University.
Cara Halter is an instructional designer at GP Strategies with nearly 20 years of experience creating innovative learning solutions as a design and development leader, business analyst, and project manager. She has split her professional experience among an internal L&D team at a financial services company and with top learning consulting companies. Her current passion is finding creative ways to address the needs of the modern leaner. She has a master’s degree in instructional technology from the University of Georgia.
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