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MORE THAN JUST CONTENT: WHY DEEP SKILLS DEVELOPMENT REQUIRES A LEARNING ECOSYSTEM

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In today’s L&D landscape, content is often at the foundation of corporate training strategies. However, its role can be overestimated and misunderstood. Content is certainly important but not sufficient to provide an engaging and impactful learning experience that will ultimately drive transformation for individuals and organizations. During this interactive webinar, Jason Hathaway, Director, Content & Learning Solutions, will provide insights on:

Why and how to fight against the “sit & listen” approach to learning
Why some learning strategies need to resemble marathons, not sprints
How to create an efficient learning ecosystem today

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MORE THAN JUST CONTENT: WHY DEEP SKILLS DEVELOPMENT REQUIRES A LEARNING ECOSYSTEM

  1. 1. #CLOwebinar The presentation will begin at the top of the hour. A dial in number will not be provided. Listen to today’s webinar using your computer’s speakers or headphones. Welcome to the webinar!
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  5. 5. 5   Why Deep Skills Development Requires a Learning Ecosystem
  6. 6. Demonstration
  7. 7. Reference
  8. 8. Inspiration
  9. 9. We Expect Too Much from Content Information VS Education
  10. 10. Apprendre ? Learning is seen as an active process of constructing rather than acquiring knowledge. Duffy  and  Cunningham,  Construc*vism:  Implica*ons  for  the  design   and  delivery  of  instruc*on   What If We Want to Learn?
  11. 11. Learning Is for the Long Haul, Not a Quick Fix. “The difference between just-in-case and just-in-time is like the difference between training and trying. You can’t run a marathon by trying hard. The first person who tried that died. You have to train for it. You can’t just say that you’ll run 26 miles when you need to and do nothing until then.” John D. Cook
  12. 12. POLL: What would you say is your retention rate for content that you access on the Internet? - Less than a few days - Less than a month - Less than 3 months
  13. 13. Create an Ecosystem
  14. 14. Create an Experience
  15. 15. TECHNOLOGY CONTENT HUMAN INTERACTION REAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE
  16. 16. Creating This Experience Isn’t That Simple
  17. 17. •  Do I have the necessary attention and motivation to learn? Availability •  Am I able to take in new information? Openness •  Is this training adequate and appropriate? Structure Three Main Hurdles to Learning
  18. 18. Seven Principles to Jump over These Hurdles
  19. 19. Let’s analyze why this happens…
  20. 20. Anderson, Krathwohl, et al., 2001   Bloom’s Taxonomy
  21. 21. The 70:20:10 Model
  22. 22. Accenture Technology Vision 2016 By 2025, Generation Y will represent 76% of all employees.  
  23. 23. 18:30  Going  homewards   8:15  Going  to  work  8:00  Breakfast   15:00  Work  discussion   with  a  colleague  about   processes   9:00    Check-­‐in   meeFng   20:00  Enjoying  an   evening  aKer  diner   14:00  Right  before  a   meeFng   12:00  Moving  to  a   meeFng  
  24. 24. ü Enable verbal exchange instead of playing the role of a judge or referee ü Offer a sharing space ü  Accept others’ ideas without prejudice ü Be a model of learning by error ü Create a climate of communication that is psychologically reassuring ü Allow for risk taking and innovation Amber Dailey-Hebert Amber  Dailey  -­‐  Hebert   Six Conditions to Create a Safe Learning Environment
  25. 25. • Learning  must  prove  its  value  by   measurable  results.  
  26. 26. Solution Problem
  27. 27. www.crossknowledge.com
  28. 28. #CLOwebinar         Register for the next webinar! Developing Leaders in your Organization – Starting Them Off Right Tuesday, November 14, 2017 Webinars start at 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific Register for all upcoming Chief Learning Officer Webinars at clomedia.com/webinars

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