Experiential Virtual Learning that Sticks: Keeping Employees Engaged & Motivated in Uncertain Times

Experiential Virtual Learning that Sticks:
Keeping Employees Engaged & Motivated in Uncertain Times
September 9, 2020
With face-to-face meetings at a halt, you are likely wondering how you can convert your in-person trainings and interactions into virtual experiences. Organizations must now level-up and offer new and creative ways to engage, train, and develop their workforce virtually. The modern workforce demands personalized experiences that are interesting, accessible, and available anywhere, on any device.

Isn’t this just converting existing in-person content into webinars?

No! Experiential Virtual Learning is different because it doesn’t just deliver knowledge through lecture, videos, and written content. It requires participants to take action, experiment, and apply what they have learned – establishing lasting behavior change. When used in combination with a variety of methods such as gamification and micro-learning, participants stay engaged and motivated. This kind of learning can be applied to all kinds of content, and works especially well for “soft skills” training, HR, and OD interventions.

Join this session to see the experiential virtual learning approach and how it can be implemented with or without a technology platform. In this enlightening and interactive session, attendees will:

  • define Experiential Virtual Learning
  • review design methods used in Experiential Virtual Learning
  • practice converting classroom content into virtual experiential learning

About Diane
With more than 20 years of experience, Diane Kubal is founder of the Fulcrum Network, which provides experiential virtual programs, design and delivery of custom learning solutions, and a state-of-the art digital platform that integrates innovative approaches for employee learning and development.

As a sought-after expert in instructional design, organization development, and human resources, Diane has been featured in leading industry trade journals, including Training Today, Performance Improvement, and several news publications.

Prior to founding her company, Diane was a corporate leader and training specialist with expertise in experiential learning, career development, customer service, and leadership development. She earned her Master of Science degree in Organization Development from Loyola University.

For more information, watch this YouTube video.

Details
Date:  Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Time:  12pm-1:30pm Pacific (3pm-4:30pm Eastern)
Location:  Virtual via Zoom. Instructions on how to log in will be sent out to all registrants the morning of the event. Please note that there is no technical support for this event. Please check your audio and video prior to joining the meeting.
Cost: Chapter Members and Partner Organizations (ATD, PHRMA): $10; All others: $15
Register:  Through Eventbrite. Online registration available until 8 am the morning of the event. Limited to 100 participants.
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