Market-winning ideas come from people working in businesses with diverse and inclusive cultures.
For those of us in learning solutions and technology companies, we know that talented people with different perspectives make our work more engaging and influential across diverse audiences. More importantly, we understand that the learning experiences we develop can raise consciousness and create positive change.
Megan Garrett, the Director of Learning and Development at D&H Distributing, talks about she’s establishing an L&D function in an organization that didn’t previously have one. With support from leadership, Megan is developing a department from the ground up at this $4 billion dollar privately-held company. Learn how to gain internal support for your learning initiatives and training programs in this Powered by Learning podcast episode.
Training plays an important role in supporting diversity and inclusion efforts at organizations. But, how do we authentically represent diverse audiences and create meaningful training that resonates with the target audience? In this episode of Powered by Learning, we talk with Tiffany McLean, the learning and development manager at General RV Center, who develops learning strategy for more than 1,500 employees in six states and 12 locations. Ms.
Launching a new product requires collaboration, strategy and cooperation from team members across an organization. In this episode of Powered by Learning, Learning Solutions Director Jenny Fedullo and Host Susan Cort talk to Judi Bader of Inspire Brands, to learn how training is at the center of any successful product launch.
In this episode of Powered by Learning, award-winning Certified Master Trainer and Speaker Amber Aziza talks to d’Vinci’s Angeline Evans and host Susan Cort about training across the generations. You’ll hear how to make sure your training is hitting the mark with all of your team members – regardless of their age and experience.
Understanding your learning ecosystem is the first step in creating impactful and successful training programs. Your organization’s learning ecosystem is a combination of your organization, learners and need jointly guiding you to the training solution and delivery methods.
Learn more in our online guide that I recently presented to peers at ATD.
Navigating the Learning Ecosystem
Technology and systems are critical to running efficient operations at a large company. d’Vinci CEO Luke Kempski talks to Lisa Browning, Manager, Learning & Development Systems at The Hershey Company as she prepares training for an enterprise rollout of SAP S/4HANA . Lisa describes how systems training makes employees more productive across the organization and improves the bottom line.
As the learning industry evolves, so has the role of the instructional designer. Listen to renowned learning experience designer, author and coach Connie Malamed as she discusses the shift from Instructional Design to Learning Experience Design and the value it brings to the learner.
In this episode, learn from Dr. Janet Lockhart-Jones, a Leadership Strategist, Speaker, Executive Coach, and Corporate Trainer, as she shares best practices for creating successful virtual training events. Dr. Lockhart-Jones offers the dos and don’ts for hosting your next VILT session with Powered by Learning Host Susan Cort and co-host Jenny Fedullo.
Whether you are developing an instructor-led curriculum or an eLearning course, performance scenarios can help your audience climb Bloom’s Taxonomy to a higher level of learning. Performance scenarios challenge learners in a safe environment – your training – to cultivate their decision-making abilities. Scenarios support them in assessing situations, formulating their own perceptions, and choosing their response. The best part? You can reveal how their responses may result in different outcomes, creating a holistic learning experience.
As learning and development professionals, we are always looking for ways to connect with our audience and boost learner engagement. Animated videos with characters can help us achieve this goal.
At d’Vinci Interactive, we create learning solutions for both K-12 and adult learners. We leverage animated characters to:
• Tell stories with powerful messages
• Create emotional connections
• Foster fun, safe places to explore complicated topics
• Provide learners with a guide or host
Let d’Vinci bring order to your learning content and technology.Contact us to start the conversation.
Let d'Vinci bring order to your learning content and technology. Contact us to start the conversation.
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