Webvent

How to Leverage Informal Learning to Create a Learning Culture

Thursday, September 22, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Juli Weber, Organizational Development Manager, Purch and Sarah Danzl, Enterprise Marketing and Communications Lead, Degreed

Workers don’t confine development to their offices or to the average learning and development (L&D) catalog. According to recent Degreed research, 70 percent said they learn from peers and reading online every week.

You need to understand the changes occurring in learning habits in today’s workforce, and what L&D professionals of all levels can do to address them. In this webcast, you’ll learn how Purch began valuing informal learning and realigned its L&D strategy to support employee learning and performance. Additionally, you’ll learn how to:

  • Measure and recognize informal learning activities.
  • Improve your learning strategy and invest effectively in learning technology.
  • Take advantage of learning preferences and behaviors.
  • Determine what learners want out of their learning.

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Presenters

Juli Weber
Juli Weber

Organizational Development Manager, Purch

Juli Weber has been a training professional for more than 12 years, training individuals, managers, and leaders in companies big and small, around the country and across industries. Juli is currently the organizational development manager at Purch, an international tech-media company based in Ogden, Utah.


Sarah Danzl
Sarah Danzl

Enterprise Marketing and Communications Lead, Degreed

Sarah has been actively involved in the learning space for nine years, leading marketing and communications efforts in both corporate and start-up capacities. She currently leads the enterprise communications and content development efforts on Degreed’s product marketing team. Prior to Degreed, Sarah served as the senior customer marketing manager at Xyleme, where she worked closely with Fortune 500 clients to market their learning success and grow their comprehensive author and delivery solutions.