The Nuts and Bolts of Creating an Engaging Training Program


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Meridian University Training Manager, Meridian Knowledge Solutions
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Organizations that leverage learning beyond traditional on-boarding and compliance training reap the rewards of a more engaged, more skilled and more productive workforce. But, getting today’s distracted, impatient and busy learners to participate in learning activities isn’t easy. In fact, according to Bersin, 64% of employees aren’t even aware of what is available in their LMS.
Join us to discover how well thought out content, aligned with the right LMS technology and focused on the learner’s experience, can lead to learning with real business impact.
The webinar will cover the “nuts & bolts” of creating an engaging training program:
  • Making it known – how the right “branding” and communication plan can lead to higher adoption rates and keep learners coming back for more
  • Making it valuable – tips for creating engaging content that helps your learners solve problems and improve skills
  • Making it easy-to-use – learning created with the end user in mind; it should be mobile, bite-sized and available when and where it is needed
  • Examples these strategies in action from a real-world corporate university

About Odette Santiago-Elmer

Odette Santiago-Elmer has more than 20 years of experience in content design and LMS implementation for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and international clients. Although educated as an engineer, Odette soon realized that her real passion was training workers to perform at their best. As the Meridian University training manager for Meridian Knowledge Solutions, Odette works to analyze her clients' business needs and then customize and deliver instructional content that gets results. She has also mastered a handful of industry-leading LMS's and authoring tools. Odette's expertise as a certified instructional designer is evidenced by the sheer number and quality of training plans, guides, and job-aids that she has written over her long and productive career.

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