Deliver More Value in Your Instructor-Led Trainings

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sam Cauthen, Chief Operating Officer, Poll Everywhere

Your instructor-led trainings (ILTs) are missing something. Many research findings and technology tools that have facilitated advances in offline learning can be leveraged to boost the return on ILT. This can have a multiplier impact throughout your organization.

This webcast will guide you through research findings, best practices, and case examples to improve the effectiveness of your ILT and drive value delivery to your entire organization.

Even with the positive trends toward on-demand, blended learning programs, the bulk of learning budgets are still spent on instructor-led training. Much of the effort around expensive ILT is focused on reducing costs as a means of improving ROI. Those cost-saving efforts are certainly worthwhile, but they miss a big opportunity.

In this webcast, you will learn how to:

  • Optimize the in-person experience using attention, learning, and neuroscience research.
  • Extend education to deliver "blended learning with an anchor."
  • Foster continuous learning and knowledge sharing.
  • Define and measure the impact of these efforts.


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Sam Cauthen
Sam Cauthen

Chief Operating Officer, Poll Everywhere

Sam Test Cauthen is the chief operating officer of Poll Everywhere, where she leads performance development and fosters the company’s culture of growth and learning. Prior to that, Sam was a consultant with McKinsey & Company, where she designed and led interactive workshops and trainings for clients across diverse industries, including the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos.


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