A Creator-Centric Approach to Reskilling


SVP Solutions, PeopleFluent
Dawn b
Director of Marketing, PeopleFluent
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Wed, Apr 22, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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In this session, we will take a very prevalent term in our industry, “reskilling”, and introduce it to a very new and trending term, “creator-centric”. Can you imagine rebuilding your learning culture around the learner as the creator rather than the recipient of the content? It will happen but instead of it happening to your organization, make it happen for your organization. 

In this webinar, we will talk about how to engage employees in their own development by encouraging user-generated content and collaboration. But it doesn’t end there. These creator-centric approaches to reskilling will not only ensure employees become the nexus of driving learning but will also communicate the organization’s commitment to changing the nature of how learning happens. 

Join us to take a more creator-centric, “learn like you live” approach to reskilling, upskilling, and all learning and communications efforts in your organization.

About Jeff Fissel

Jeff has spent his career in the video learning space. With roots in using video for eLearning as an entrepreneurial college student, he led the integration of what was KZO Innovations' video technology into what is now the Instilled LXP. Jeff has served as an adviser on video to some of the world's top companies and often shares his thought leadership at conferences, web events, and publications with the industry's top outlets.

About Dawn Baron

Dawn enjoys helping businesses and learning professionals alike find solutions to overcoming obstacles in the corporate learning space. As a director of marketing for PeopleFluent, she has the opportunity to hear what challenges the profession is currently facing and works with the PeopleFluent team to position learning technologies to facilitate these issues. Dawn has spent the majority of her career in corporate learning as Vice President of Marketing for the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and as the president of her own marketing consultancy.

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