Build a Resilient Remote Workforce Using Online Learning and a Targeted Development Plan


Daniel adsit 2
Principal Consultant, Mergence Systems
Vice President of Business Development, edX
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Business has evolved. Workforces have evolved. Remote workforces have fundamentally transformed how we work. What was once a perk - work from home is now an essential way of how we get stuff done. The once vaulted in-person communication skills needed to bring complex projects to fruition are a thing of the past. To stay competitive, L&D leaders must reconsider how they build and scale great teams. 

This session provides critical steps and ideas on how to build scalable workforces while simultaneously upskilling and reskilling employees to prepare them to be more productive employees and the business leaders of tomorrow. 

Attending this session, you will…

  • Discover how to deploy online learning strategies to build scalable workforces 
  • Learn how to use development plans to upskill executives, business leaders, line managers and others to future-proof your organization
  • Be able to establish the right metrics to measure success and course-correct as needed
  • Want to implement blended training programs immediately

About Daniel Mark Adsit

Daniel Mark Adsit is Principal Consultant at Mergence Systems, specializing in helping seasoned leaders use systems to scale distributed and remote teams. During his career, he has completed projects in over 15 countries for organizations including Eaton Corporation, Altera, and HubSpot certified marketing agencies. Adsit also works with a team at MIT that delivers eLearning courses to thousands of learners at companies worldwide using the Open edX platform. He is a graduate of the System Design and Management (SDM) Program at MIT and the College of Engineering at Cornell and enjoys horseback riding and traveling.

About Lee Rubenstein

Lee Rubenstein is Vice President of Business Development at edX. He leads our engagements with prospects and partners including Foundations, NGO’s, Corporations, and Governments both local and international. Lee has been building, running, and advising global businesses in the learning, communications, and media space for 20+ years. Most recently he served 5 years as President and COO of TBA Global, and as an advisor to several companies in the online entertainment space. Lee’s career has been focused on incorporating innovative technology and strategy to assist high profile brands improve their business results through education, communications, strategy and media.

Lee was part of the first executive team to take an ‘experiential’ communications corporation public and then went on to establish, build, and lead various global communication and learning companies in the US and Europe for agency holding companies. Lee was also part of the executive team that recast TrainingNet into THINQ Learning solutions, an LMS company later sold to Saba. Lee is a graduate of Boston University, and serves on the Board of Governors of Tufts Medical Center, and the Corporate Advisory Council of Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

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