CREATING A CULTURE OF LEARNING
The Creating a Culture of Learning program is designed to help you lay the foundation for building meaningful learning.
We teach you how to create learning programs that INSPIRE and ENGAGE.
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Potential career paths
Maximize your experience at The Training, Learning, and Development Conference 2018. Join our six-week course online, then meet us in Phoenix January 28, 29 & 30!
It’s well worth the effort to transition from an organization that simply delivers learning, to one that provides a “Learning Culture”. We will teach you how to establish a successful learning culture by simultaneously providing support for both Structured and Informal Learning.
Our Creating A Culture of Learning Workshop will teach you:
- How and why Structured Learning provides an avenue to introduce new concepts.
- How Informal Learning provides immediate support for learners throughout your organization.
- Ways Informal Learning provides a means for capturing, retaining, and transferring expert knowledge as turnover and retirement occur.
Solve Your Training Challenges
The Creating a Culture of Learning system helps you get past talking about engaging learning and enables you to employ engaging techniques in real world settings.
It develops your ‘creative genius’ and will inspire you to perform better on all your learning projects.
Inspire Your Learners
The program focuses on finding ways to make learning Smart, Measurable, Accessible, Responsive, Technology-based: SMART. We begin by examining our existing challenges and the wealth of learning tools we have in our toolbox. As a group, we document our current challenges and start our quest for solutions.
Results Driven & Transformative
We do not care how flashy or beautiful it is unless of course that adds to the educational value of the program. We are here to find solutions that will transform our learners into highly motivated individuals who seek out knowledge and learning at every opportunity. Their performance will naturally improve as a direct result.
An Exciting, Addictive Platform
Participants will use their skills and knowledge to find additional resources, techniques, and platforms to enhance their current learning program. The Agenda focuses on tackling real-world challenges that stand in the way of creating engaging, effective learning experiences.
Cheryl Johnson is a Performance Solution Specialist with more than twenty years of experience in coaching, learning, development and workplace training performance.
With her pioneering attitude, Cheryl has made strong contributions in the areas of learning with an emphasis on behavioral change. In his 2012 e-Learning Annual, well-known educational psychologist, Michael Allen, recognized Cheryl as a leader in the architecture and design of interactive multimedia learning systems and strategies.
Cheryl has dedicated her life to developing learning solutions that drive performance at work and personal life.
Creating a Culture of Learning is a Six-Week Learning Program:
- 3 weeks of virtual learning sessions (2 hours once a week)
- A four-hour in-person workshop before The Training, Learning, and Development Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
- A full conference registration to The Training, Learning, and Development Conference.
- Two hours of follow up individual coaching
|January 10, 2018
Noon PT/2p ET
|Virtual Session: Getting Started & First Things First…|
|January 17, 2018
Noon PT/2p ET
|Virtual Session: Analysis Paralysis|
|January 24, 2018
Noon PT/2p ET
|Virtual Session: What Do You Want Your Learners To Do?|
|January 27, 2018
Noon Local Time
|Workshop at the TLDC Galvanize location|
|January 28 & 29, 2018
|The Training, Learning, and Development Conference|
|Two one-hour individual and personalized coaching sessions|
You will be rewarded a Certificate upon successful completion of the project you bring to the program.
MAKING AN IMPACT!
Logan County Electrical Cooperative
Creating a Culture of Learning opened my eyes to the possibilities that learning has to transform an organization when designed properly.
Dr Mary Kay Clark
Seton Home School
Going through your course significantly helped our staff consider the many aspects of learning involved and focus on the needs of the students. We give our students the best online learning experience we can, and your course was an important step in meeting that goal.
Manager, Talent Solutions, SweetRush Inc
As Manager of Talent Solutions at SweetRush, my job consists of finding and supplying experienced L&D professionals (mostly Instructional Designers) for our clients. This course was key for me in order to understand what IDs do, how they think, and what makes a great ID. This has contributed over the years in my ability to assess accurately whether candidates would be able to perform and excel at a given position successfully.
Questions about the Program? Contact us!