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Adopting remote-learning opportunities has reduced expenses, increased productivity and engagement, and decreased turnover and attrition since its inception. As organizations finish out the quarter having juggled a transition to remote work, they now face the unique issue of juggling continuing education and development from home. With the new quarter comes new goals, making this issue one of importance as some organizations even face a future of working remotely for good.
Thankfully, Dr. Holly Whitaker, a learning strategy consultant at D2L, will join AssociationSuccess.org for “4 strategies to build a culture of learning remotely,” a workshop in which Dr. Whitaker will share 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.
With her expertise in unlocking the power of strategic transformation of technologies and pedagogies, and the game-changing initiatives she led to integrate digital learning in contexts where remote education seemed impossible, Dr. Whitaker is one of the best in her field.
During the workshop, Dr. Whitaker will not only share these four strategies, but she will also teach us tips to implement them as well as how to identify and overcome the three challenges every organization faces with remote learning.
Proudly presented by D2L, the creator of Brightspace, a learning platform for associations who value member success as a driver of association success, this workshop will be held Oct. 6 at 10 a.m. CT. (Can’t make it live? Members of AssociationSuccess.org get exclusive access to the recordings. Learn what else members receive now!)
Click here to register for “4 strategies to build a culture of learning remotely.”