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Content is No Longer King: The Six Elements of L&D You Should Be Enabling

  • Thursday, August 20, 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting
  • 87

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CHAPTER LEARNING EVENT

Professional Development 


Content is No Longer King: The Six Elements of L&D You Should Be Enabling

"Content is King" was, for many years, the mantra in marketing - and it was equally applicable to talent development. Now, with so much content so easily available on so many platforms, talent development professionals must shift their attention to other elements of the learner's experience. In particular, they must ensure they are enabling six key employee behaviors - the six elements of the employee learning process. In this interactive discussion, learn what those behaviors are and what technologies can enable them. We will spend a considerable portion of the session in active conversation to share experiences and best practices.

Note: This is a virtual learning event. You will receive a registration confirmation with a Zoom link.  

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Presenter: Heather Adams 

Currently an organizational development consultant and facilitator, Heather Adams brings to her work an abiding passion for personal and organizational transformation. A firm belief in the power of human connection is the underlying thread that led Heather to live all over the world, study international conflict resolution, and choose a career in organizational development and culture change—where she enjoys helping others discover new perspectives, transform relationships, and improve performance. Trained in international peacebuilding and cross-cultural communication, Heather has years of experience working in the federal government and private sector. 

For the past three years, Heather worked at the Arbinger Institute, a global mindset-change training and consulting company, as director of marketing and, briefly, product development. Prior to joining Arbinger, Heather was an engagement manager, consultant, and facilitator with a consulting firm that helped organizations identify and transform their cultures in support of business objectives. She also worked for the U.S. Department of the Treasury, where she partnered with senior executives to improve strategic alignment, processes, and operations. In prior lives, Heather was a peace and security researcher in Hamburg, Germany, an English teacher in China and, for one summer, a wrangler on a dude ranch in Colorado. She holds a masters degree in international affairs from Columbia University and a bachelors degree in history from Princeton University.

Heather and her husband recently had their first child, a son, and are relishing parenthood. Heather volunteers with an equine therapy program for troubled teenage girls and enjoys skiing, rock climbing, hiking, CrossFit, cooking, and
reading.

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Topics and speakers are subject to change without notice. Refunds may be issued up to five days before the event.



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