Webvent

Notes from the Field: Designing Learning Programs for Lasting Impact

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Rich Lanchantin, CEO, Qstream

Business and learning leaders have to navigate much confusion and clutter when designing corporate learning programs. Technology, methodologies, consultancy services, and content design all have their places. But how can you design and execute agile learning programs in a way that can guarantees engagement, reinforcement, measurement, and iteration for lasting performance outcomes?

Rich Lanchantin, CEO at Qstream, will get practical during this webcast and share some success stories of innovative and outcome-driven approaches to learning program design and delivery. Join us to learn how organizations are approaching their learning transformation journeys for lasting results.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Evaluate criteria when selecting a microlearning solution.
  • Blend microlearning into L&D programs.
  • Observe microlearning program design features that maximize engagement, proficiency and measurability.

  

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Presenter

Rich Lanchantin
Rich Lanchantin

CEO, Qstream

As CEO of Qstream, Rich Lanchantin is responsible for running all facets of the business. He brings a proven management track record and more than 30 years of experience driving customer success and sales growth in the life sciences and software industries. Prior to joining Qstream, Lanchantin was senior director of global sales, consulting, and customer success for Abbott Diagnostics’s Informatics division, with responsibility for all commercial sales and services worldwide. He also served as global director of consulting and customer success with Thermo Fisher Scientific. Earlier career tenure includes sales leadership positions at Rational Software and Lotus Development, now part of IBM. Lanchantin holds a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University and a master’s degree from the State University of New York at Albany.