With the increasing need for just-in-time learning, the challenge is to develop small-size learning tools that bridge the knowledge gap and meet business needs. We’ve been experiencing a shift in learning from day-long workshops to quick “bite-size” knowledge feeds. Successful L&D professionals realize the need to make learning available whenever and where ever needed by the learner.
During this session you’ll get a better understanding of micro-learning, view examples, and explore how to create a strategy to deploy micro-learning successfully in your organization.
Thursday, September 13, 2018
Relativity231 South LaSalle Street, 8th Floor
Chicago, IL 60604
(Thanks to Emily Messer and Relativity for generously hosting the event.)
Karin Knecht is the Director of Learning & Development at Nitel where she designs and develops a wide variety of development opportunities including micro-learning, eLearning, workshops and a leadership development certification program.
With more than 20 years of experience across the Technology, Hospitality, Learning & Development, Talent Management, Domestic, and Global arenas, Karin brings a wealth of experience to her network.
In previous roles, Karin oversaw a global performance management process and training for 8000+ remote employees. Karin has a hospitality diploma and a variety of certifications, including ATDChicago’s WLP (Workplace Learning Professional), CCXE (Certified Customer Experience Executive), CMOE coaching and project management.
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