Webvent

Helping Learners Learn in the Digital Era

Thursday, January 8, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Courtney Hunt, Founder and Principal, The Denovati Group

Digital literacy is a critical component of learning in the digital era. Organizational leaders in general, and learning professionals in particular, must understand the digital competencies required for learning success. This webcast offers guidance for creating a digital culture and undertaking initiatives to increase digital literacy and enhance learning and development. 

After this webcast, you will be able to:

  • Assess employees’ baseline competencies.
  • Increase digital literacy through both formal and informal learning.
  • Identify and promote subject matter experts and digital mentors.
  • Create an infrastructure for ongoing digital development.

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Presenter

Courtney Hunt
Courtney Hunt

Founder and Principal, The Denovati Group

Courtney Shelton Hunt, PhD, is an international consultant, speaker, teacher, and writer. As a digital era thought and action leader, she specializes in strategic and tactical guidance, digital transformation and optimization, training and coaching, and change management. Her background in business development, communications, human capital management, information technology, and academia, combined with her business acumen, enables her to provide a unique holistic perspective and strategic leadership to organizations. As the founder and principal of The Denovati Group, Courtney helps individuals and organizations increase their digital literacy and enhance their social and digital engagement, both externally and internally.


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