Do you hear crickets when you ask a question to far-flung employees? Learn to design long-distance training and presentations to be engaging, active and actionable, so that attendees have ways to make their new skills and knowledge a part of their long-term memory.
Being told endless information with no real idea if it will do them any good is a tough way to learn new skills. Research shows us that there is almost no retention of an hours’ worth of training classes where a voice is the primary learning medium.
So that means, attendees have to take on some of the teaching themselves by participating actively in the learning process. This course will cover effective ways to engage attendees via webinar training so new skills and knowledge will translate into new behavior that can make the organization stronger.
Includes creative training techniques for long-distance learning, and ways to make sure the training session is effective.
Why should you Attend:
With the global pandemic, we can no longer share a real classroom. Virtual training is becoming more accepted, as working from home keeps employers afloat while we wait it out.
And as this new way of working evolves, training is still needed to form new leaders, keep employers in compliance and determine new ways to grow in a challenging economy.
But are they on or are they grabbing coffee? Can they apply what they are learning? How will they? Take this class to engage employees over long-distance medium, keeping them present, interested and contributing to solving real problems in the virtual classroom.
Teach your workforce while giving them concrete steps to take to put your training to use, so that they leave with a plan to implement to make real changes that translates to increased profitability, compliance and business growth.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Setting expectations for attendees to learn actively
- Setting objectives for new behavior
- Determining activities that support those goals
- Designing transition activities that change behavior
Human Resources Professionals who make decisions about their workforce with top leaders:
- HR Business Partners
- HR Managers/Directors/Executives
Katy Caselli The owner and president of Building Giants, LLC, and an Organizational Psychologist, Katy is the author of the book: Building Giants: A Proven System to Transform Your Workforce Through Effective Training.
she has over twenty years of experience in solving complex organizational problems through excellent people systems and solutions. Having run projects for large, global manufacturing organizations, Katy has a long list of success stories in bringing about positive human performance change and a return on investment using strategic workforce initiatives.