4 strategies to build a culture of learning remotely

4 strategies to build a culture of learning remotely

This virtual workshop originally aired Oct. 6, 2020.

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Adopting remote-learning opportunities delivers positive change to critical business metrics, such as reduced expenses, increased productivity and engagement, and decreased turnover and attrition. Dr. Holly Whitaker explored the four steps every organization can take to build a culture of learning that maximizes each employee’s potential and gives remote learners access to professional development and skills-mapping support.

Workshop attendees learned:
— 3 challenges every organization faces with remote learning
— 4 distinct strategies to build a learning culture
— Tips to implement each strategy

This workshop was proudly presented by D2L, the creator of Brightspace, a learning platform for associations who value member success as a driver of association success.

Meet the speaker

Dr. Holly Whitaker is a Learning Strategy Consultant at D2L. Her work unleashes capacity between human systems and technology. Her expertise is unlocking the power of strategic transformation of technologies & pedagogies. Throughout her career, she has led game-changing initiatives to integrate digital learning in contexts where remote education seemed impossible. Holly earned her Ph.D. in Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications from Texas A&M in 2012 and holds master’s degrees in education and theology.

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