504 Prepare Your Learners (& Workforce) for Learning in the Flow of Work
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM ET
Tuesday, November 8
Traditional classroom and formal learning methods are fast becoming impractical. Formal courses often don’t address retention, students don’t always get to apply their learning right away, and performance on the job is lacking. Many employees are experiencing information overload. Add to that higher-than-ever employee turnover. The challenge for learning leaders is getting employees to quickly become effective in their jobs with less reliance on memorization and retention.
Many organizations are taking a serious look at learning in the flow of work to address these challenges. This session explores the complexities involved in preparing learners and teams for this massive shift. We’ll start out with a brief look at the general changes a shift to workflow learning and its impact on your learners. Finally, we’ll look at the impact on the learning workforce: upskilling, shifting responsibilities, dealing with objections and doubts, and preparing the story. You’ll leave with a checklist of needs to consider and address to enhance your success in adoption!
In this session, you will learn:
- The takeaways and considerations for a shift from traditional to modern workflow learning
- How to prepare your students for a different way of learning
- How to prepare your team for a shift in how they develop and deliver training
- To determine what learning needs to transition and what can stay
Global Learning Leader
Bonnie Hemingway serves as the global learning leader at GE Healthcare. She focuses her career on supporting a learning culture and guides her teams to deliver intentional learning accessible in the flow of work. She is a results-driven leader with extensive experience in organizational development, learning ecosystems, process engineering, executive, talent and career development, business unit consulting, and performance support initiatives. She is passionate about performance-based learning and applying learning technology to deliver on strategic business results.
Principal Learning Architect
Rick Ludwig is the principal learning architect and leads the learning innovations team at GE Healthcare. He has been leading the shift from traditional formal training to practice-based learning with a focus on virtual learning experiences for practice and on-the-job performance support. He has been serving GE Healthcare for 20 years in various learning capacities, from multimedia lead to instructional design to learning innovations. He has had the privilege to present at past Learning conferences. Rick has a passion for technology, innovation, and learning.