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Focus on More than Just Millennials: Create an L&D Strategy to Serve the Modern Learner

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kieran King, Vice President, Global Customer Insight, Skillsoft; Heide Abelli, Vice President, Leadership and Business Skills, Skillsoft; and Dr. Regis P. Chasse, Director of Curriculum , Capgemini Group

There’s been a lot of hype about Millennials and the myriad ways these digital natives are changing the world. New research reveals that this generation’s values and learning preferences aren’t as different from those of other learners as many learning and development (L&D) pros were led to believe. Changes in technology have profoundly influenced the ways workers across generations learn and develop. To truly meet the needs of these modern learners, organizations must rethink their L&D strategies.

Attend this webcast on designing learning programs that meet the needs of all your learners. We’ll discuss:

  • myths and misconceptions about Millennials and their learning preferences
  • characteristics of the modern learner
  • six elements of the modern learning formula
  • how the industry award-winning Capgemini University team addresses the needs of digital learners
  • recommendations to action.

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Presenters

Kieran King
Kieran King

Vice President, Global Customer Insight, Skillsoft

Kieran King began her career in the talent field 20 years ago. In 1999, Kieran joined CBT Systems (now Skillsoft) and participated in the evolution of the learning industry by consulting with organizations across a wide variety of sectors and geographies. She has consulted with companies to design enterprise learning programs, implement learning and talent platforms, conduct learning strategy and benchmarking engagements, and advise on measuring learning's impact on business outcomes. Kieran has authored several methodologies and whitepapers; she also blogs regularly, has been published by industry magazines, is a well-respected conference speaker, and was featured on Sirius Radio's In the Workplace, hosted by Wharton Business School. Today, Kieran serves as the global vice president of loyalty strategy for Skillsoft, where she studies the composition of successful learning programs and partnerships throughout the world.


Heide Abelli
Heide Abelli

Vice President, Leadership and Business Skills, Skillsoft

In her new role at Skillsoft, Heide is responsible for driving innovation and growth in the leadership and business skills content portfolios. She has extensive experience in the publishing, media, educational technology, and training sectors. Prior to joining Skillsoft, Heide spent almost a decade working at Harvard Business Publishing, where she developed award-winning e-learning products in the leadership and business skills content areas. Prior to that, she held several roles at the global media giant Bertelsmann. Heide is passionate about leveraging technology to improve the practice of management. She has also held leadership roles in product development, innovation, and product management at Fortune 100 companies and has her finger on the pulse of what organizations need to train and develop today’s workforce. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and is on the faculty of the management and organization department of Boston College’s School of Business.  


Dr. Regis P. Chasse
Dr. Regis P. Chasse

Director of Curriculum, Capgemini Group

Dr. Regis Chasse is member of the Capgemini University executive committee, and director of curriculum for Capgemini Group. In 2015, Capgemini global curriculum reached more than 1.65 million employees across 40 countries virtually, regionally, or centrally. The global curriculum that he oversees builds the strategic capabilities necessary for Capgemini Group to achieve its objectives and ambitions in the near and long term.

Regis began his career as a software engineer and project manager, while graduating from the Ecole Privee des Sciences Informatiques in Paris, France, with a master in computer science (french-eq.). He moved to the United States in 1993 and completed a master in business administration with the University of Nebraska. He joined Capgemini Group in 1998. Regis also holds both a master of education and a doctorate of education from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a seasoned conference speaker and author on the topics of continuous learning, learning innovation, digital-age learning, learning effectiveness evaluation, and the value of professional certifications for corporations. Regis is a member of the Employer Subject Matter Expert Team advising the U.S. Department of Education on the Jobs for the Future initiative.