Experiential Virtual Learning that Sticks:
Keeping Employees Engaged & Motivated in Uncertain Times
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With in-person training and meetings at a halt, you are likely wondering how you can convert your in-person training and interventions into virtual experiences. Organizations must now level-up and offer new and creative ways to engage, train and develop their workforce virtually; a workforce of modern learners that demand personalized learning that is 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. Participants are required to take action by experimenting and applying what they have learned. It's more effective because it helps establish lasting behavior change. When used in combination with a variety of methods such as gamification and micro-learning, participants stay engaged and motivated. And Experiential Virtual 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 a state-of-the art experiential virtual learning approach and how it can be implemented with or without a technology platform!
- Define what Experiential Virtual Learning is
- Review design methods used in Experiential Virtual Learning
- See a live Experiential Virtual program on a Learning Experience Platform
- Practice converting classroom content into virtual experiential learning
Practical tools that attendees will take away from this workshop:
- An experiential virtual learning continuum model to use as a reference tool when converting classroom content into virtual learning
- Two infographcis on Action-Based Learning vs Content-Based Learning and How Actions Influence Learning and Memory
Diane Kubal, Founder - Fulcrum Network, Inc.
More than 20 years ago, Diane founded Fulcrum Network, a boutique firm that helps Learning and Development and Human Resource professionals find the right programs and resources for training, organization development and executive coaching projects.
Fulcrum Network now 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. Program outcomes
include increased employee retention, engagement and performance to achieve strategic business results. Over the past few years, Diane has developed an experiential virtual learning methodology used in Fulcrum's Learning portal by her clients
and consultant network. Diane's provides consulting to internal and external consultants to develop programs using her innovative experiential virtual learning approach and platform for early career top talent development, diversity and inclusion,
leadership training and more.
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