Micro-Video + Manager Training = High Performing Employees


Chris osborn
Vice President of Organizational Strategy, BizLibrary
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Congratulations!  You’ve developed the greatest training program ever.  The content is ideally suited to our business problems, the technology works, and the employees seem to like it. There’s only one problem . . . nobody knows what to do with it when they return to their jobs.  If that’s not a nightmare scenario, I don’t know what is for a training professional!  

Ultimately, we need our employees to learn, retain and then apply what they learn to improve their knowledge and skills to reach higher levels of performance.  That’s the goal.  But how many times do we fail to see the ROI we expect?  How many times do we see really well done content NOT applied on the job?  How many times do we have to go back to the CFO and explain why the ROI we expected never materialized?

Let’s get off the merry-go-round, and bring out the big guns, and make sure our employees really apply what they learn – on-demand video reinforcement, PLUS manager training.  Humans learn in ways that are not always intuitive.  Emerging research is offering some amazing insights into the science of learning, and one of these insights is the stunning power of visual stimulation delivered at intervals AFTER training.  When we couple video-based support for employees, with manager support using the right tools, we can magnify the impact of our training efforts by significant amounts.  In this session, you’ll learn some easy to adopt methods to do exactly that.

About Chris Osborn

Chris Osborn is the Vice President of Organizational Strategy at BizLibrary, and he’s been a thought leader in the learning and learning technology space for many years. He is a proponent of a next generation of approaches to employee learning and development that encompasses technology and the requisite skills and core competencies for learning professionals in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous business environment. BizLibrary is at the forefront of thought leadership in the area of next generation learning and learning content strategies and this thought leadership is being driven and directed under Chris’s guidance and leadership.

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