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4 Strategies for Building a Culture of Learning Remotely

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Michael Moore, Sr. Product Manager, D2L and Holly Whitaker, Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L

Adopting remote-work opportunities delivers positive change to critical business metrics, such as reduced expenses, increased productivity and engagement, and decreased turnover and attrition.

Join Michael Moore and Holly Whitaker of Desire2Learn (D2L) as they explore the four steps every organization can take to build a culture of learning that maximizes each employee’s potential and gives remote workers access to the same professional development and skills-mapping support as those on-site.
 

Attendees will learn:

  • Three challenges each company faces with remote work
  • Four distinct strategies to build a learning culture
  • Tips about how to implement each strategy.  

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Presenters

Michael Moore
Michael Moore

Sr. Product Manager, D2L

Michael Moore is a Sr. Product Manager with Desire2Learn. Having worked for more than 20 years in the software industry, he has created numerous customization solutions and focuses on analytics, assessment reporting, and competency-based education models. Previously a Desire2Learn higher education client, he managed the Desire2Learn analytics implementation at Daytona State College for three years. Moore holds a master's degree in computer information systems and a bachelor's degree in accounting. 


Holly Whitaker
Holly Whitaker

Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L

Holly Whitaker is a learning strategy consultant with Desire2Learn (D2L). Her work unleashes capacity between human systems and technology. Her expertise is unlocking the power of strategic transformation of technologies and pedagogies. Throughout her career, Whitaker has led game-changing initiatives to integrate digital learning in contexts where remote education seemed impossible. She earned her doctorate in agricultural leadership, education, and communications from Texas A&M University and holds master’s degrees in education and theology.