Disciplined Reflection:
A New Way Forward in Learning & Development

Speakers

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Senior Behavioral Scientist, BetterUp
Maya
Senior Behavioral Scientist, BetterUp
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Tue, Jan 29, 2019 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Description

In our hectic, evolving whitewater world of work, challenges abound; but so do the opportunities. Today’s employees are expected to meet the ever-changing and fluid needs of the modern workplace with a set of collaborative and cross-functional skills. Yet many traditional Learning & Development (L&D) solutions fail to prepare this generation through “deep learning” and this mistake becomes even more costly when it comes to those in leadership roles. Employees fail to benefit from experiential learning and the unlimited growth potential that exists because organizations do not nurture this capability or create the space for employees to properly apply it.
 
In this Training Magazine webinar, we’ll look at shortcomings of current L&D strategies and what you can do to address them. Specifically, we’ll explore the idea of reflection as a powerful learning modality. Reflection, the process of pausing and stepping back from the regular flow of experience to digest what can be learned and carried forward, has largely been understated, misunderstood, stereotyped, and rarely emphasized within traditional L&D solutions. When you learn how to implement reflection correctly, the results can be astounding.
 
During the webinar, you will discover: 
  • Why traditional L&D solutions fail to produce lasting behavior change
  • How to win the talent war by optimizing your employee experience
  • How reflection can be used as a tool to dramatically improve learning and drive lasting behavior change

About Erin Eatough, Ph.D.

Dr. Erin Eatough is a Senior Behavioral Scientist at BetterUp, where she works to advance the science and practice of evidence-based coaching in the workplace. Erin is trained as an occupational health psychologist, specializing in the promotion of employee and leader well-being. Erin has spent over 15 years studying the science of stress and its effects on health and performance at work and her research has been published in outlets such as the Journal of Applied Psychology, the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology and she has been a contributor to several books such as Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide. Her research has been featured in media outlets such as Harvard Business Review and BuzzFeed News. 

Before BetterUp, Erin was an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the City University of New York teaching, researching, and mentoring graduate students in the industrial-organizational psychology doctoral program and served as a consultant and strategic advisor to organizations such as Procter & Gamble and the Tampa Bay Electric Company on using evidence-based methods for the identification, measurement, and management of workplace stress. Erin earned her Ph.D. from the University of South Florida.

About Maya Garza, Ph.D.

Dr. Maya Garza is a Senior Behavioral Scientist at BetterUp. She is a talent management expert and coach with 15 years’ experience working with executives and senior leaders in government and the private sector. She has consulted for numerous Fortune 500 organization to impact the way people and systems operate to achieve transformative results. She designs organizational interventions, learning and development programs, and facilitates executive retreats, strategic planning sessions, and design workshops. Her areas of expertise are in leadership development, human capital strategy, performance management, judgment and decision making, and organizational development. Maya received her Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Bowling Green State University. She has published in academic journals, as well as in such outlets as AOL Gov and HR Training Magazine.

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