Webinar Recap: Implementing 2019 Learning Trends — An Innovator’s Perspective

Emily Meade
Posted: February 13, 2019

In our most recent webinar, “Implementing 2019 Learning Trends — An Innovator’s Perspective,” our experts shared their knowledge and left us with actionable tips for staying up to date on the future of L&D. From fresh ideas to real-life examples and valuable insights, you are sure to walk away ready to start implementing 2019 learning trends. Instead of one speaker, we took this panel style with a selection of our Innovators on Demand™. We knew they would bring their vast experience to the discussion, but they went above and beyond to provide their expertise on the latest trends impacting the industry.

We even invited our attendees to participate in a live Q&A session where they had the opportunity to ask our panel questions about their own roadblocks and struggles. If you weren’t able to listen in live, catch the reviews, takeaways, learning nuggets, and replay below!

Panelists

Raves & Reviews

It was a great ‘gut-check’ on my own thoughts and ideas compared to other innovators out there! I also gained a couple of great ideas through the panel samples that were shared. Thank you! – Bobbi S.

It was very interesting and I plan on sharing with my colleagues. I just discovered you all and look forward to more terrific content! – Lynne M.

Well done, I like the variety of panelists and the ideas they each shared were immediately applicable! Debbie W.

Learning Nuggets

Here’s what this webinar covered:

  • What learning trends are on the rise and where we’re headed in 2019
  • How technology plays an integral role in learning and development today
  • How to overcome obstacles and what you need to know for tomorrow
  • What’s working in our industry – plus tools, tips, and strategies for continued success

ttc Takeaways

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Replay

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Resources

Here are a few additional resources to help you innovate all year long:


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