The debates and discussions about "learning experiences" are not always framed how they should be.
While organizations around the world are having conversations about video vs. instructor-led training, sending employees to conferences vs. encouraging informal learning, and any number of other learning experience considerations, these conversations can sometimes miss the point. With so much talk about what experiences yield the best information retention, completion rates or employee participation, we often forget the point of the training in the first place: to improve employee performance!
By taking an outcomes-based approach to learning design and delivery, we can more effectively engage learners and, more importantly, create meaningful results beyond a course completion percentage.
With these things in mind, we thought it would be great to bring some great minds together to talk about traditional vs. modern learning experiences, and why they work for improving employee performance. For our upcoming webinar, Using the Learning Experience to Drive Business Outcomes, we called on Principal Analyst at the Brandon Hall Group David Wentworth to talk about what leading organizations are doing to deliver engaging learning experiences that move the needle on performance.
We're also bringing in Saba's Director of Solution Consulting Jason Sevilla to talk about the nitty-gritty and practical elements of making those learning experiences a reality. Jason has great familiarity with the role that technology, learning environment and culture play in the learning experience, so we know he'll bring some great ideas to the table.
With David and Jason's ideas, we can boost business outcomes by approaching the learning and performance connection from a different viewpoint.
Join us for the free webcast on January 17 at 1:00 pm EST / 10:00 am PST. Register today!