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106 Shift the Mindset from a Learning Event to a Learning Journey

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM ET
Monday, November 7

Tracks: Leadership

Learning leaders understand the importance of lifelong learning but many still struggle with developing and delivering around the concept continuous learning. How do we move from a singular learning event to an ongoing process leading to behavior and performance change? We are at a pivotal point in learning, which offers the perfect opportunity to move learning from a box to check to a process necessary and integral to employee and organizational success.

In this session, we will discuss ways to capitalize on the changes brought about by the pandemic to bring your learning programs to the next level, starting with the shift from more formal learning delivery to new best practices for learning in the virtual and hybrid, work-from-home environment.

We will discuss how to apply lessons learned during the pandemic to improve employee learning and increase performance. We will focus on how technology and the integration of methods such as chunked learning, increased learning frequency, and peer-to-peer opportunities move learning offerings from one-off events to full-fledged learning journeys. You will leave the session ready to bring your learning to the next level with simple techniques and ideas with immediate applicability and impact.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to shift learning from singular events to a continuous process that changes behavior and increases performance
  • Ideas and methods to update your learning programs to meet the needs of the modern learner
  • How technology is the conduit to implementing and delivering learning’s best practices
  • How technology has democratized learner access while allowing us to maximize relevance through just-in-time development

Stephanie Stoll

Director of Learning and Development

Center for Sales Strategy

Stephanie Stoll is the director of learning and development for the Center for Sales Strategy. Working with subject matter experts and the client experience team, she designs and helps deliver content and services to clients via online training, virtual instructor-led training, and traditional workshops. She is also responsible for internal learning & development and overall learning design strategy for the organization. Stephanie’s background in sales and training combined with her formal education in adult learning drive her to create and deliver impactful user experiences. Prior to joining the Center for Sales Strategy, she had a lengthy and successful career in higher education technology sales. She is also a lecturer at SUNY: Buffalo State.