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As organizations contemplate options for re-entry, a lot of questions emerge. How can everyone remain safe? What if someone gets sick? When is the right time to go back? Should we even re-open the office? With companies like Twitter and Google opting for their employees to remain home for an extended period of time or even indefinitely, it can be hard to know what’s best for your organization.
While there is not a simple answer to these questions, during the webinar, Director of Learning Culture and Talent Development at BizLibrary, Libby Mullen, is going to explain one thing that all organizations must do to make this transition as smooth as possible. Organizations must consider both employees’ physical and mental health and safety when creating their plan for a successful re-entry into the workplace.
Join Libby as she discusses these important topics and more during the webinar!
About Libby Mullen
Libby is the Director of Talent Development & Learning Culture, BizLibrary; her favorite aspect of her role is developing employees, managers, and leaders to realize their maximum potential. Libby has over 25 years of experience in education, training, and business consultation, both in the higher education realm and in all verticals of the business sector. Building positive partnerships, solving business challenges creatively, and bringing out and developing the strengths in others are what makes Libby “tick.” Libby is a fervent writer, an experienced public speaker, and is most passionate about the importance of life-long learning in helping employees to take initiative to become “Smarter Every Day.” Libby lives out BizLibrary’s core value “Passion to be the Best,” and was recently voted BizLibrary’s Employee of the Year. At home, Libby is a mom to five boys.
In this interactive session, you will learn how to avoid common mistakes when presenting online, tips for using your webcam, and the difference between a strong intention and a weak intention behind your delivery.
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Whether you are trying to determine if a retail sales representative can properly manage displays, or a fast food employee can correctly fill orders, there are tons of skill demonstration activities that can be used to validate that learned skills / competencies are being executed in accordance with expectation. But what is the best approach? How are training teams accommodating such skill demonstrations, and how do teams both track these custom bits of evidence and handle the submission of that evidence into a common repository.
Join Adobe’s Head of Digital Learning Solutions Evangelism, Dr. Allen Partridge for this intriguing investigation of the many ways that skill demonstration plays a role in learning programs, certifications, and organizational training today. Along the way Dr. Partridge will demonstrate various methods, describe the learning theory behind skill demonstration and introduce you to some of the specific tracking and deployment technologies used to support such efforts available in Adobe Captivate Prime.
In this session you will learn:
About Allen Partridge, Ph.D.
Allen Partridge, Ph.D., is the Head of Evangelism at Adobe Digital Learning Solutions and has 20 years of experience in e-learning, education, games, and multimedia development. He has researched and reported on authentic educational solutions for audiences around the world for the past decade. Allen is recognized for his many online video tutorials and e-seminars, which are a mainstay for e-learning developers and trainers learning to create effective online educational materials.