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Live Webinar – February 21st, 2018 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU free
Provider: Training Magazine Network

Do You Teach Learners How To Handle Bad Errors?

Most training and learning programs teach perfect answers, procedures, methods,  policies, information, etc. This is well and good. But do we teach people how to make the right actions, better decisions, more reliable choices, and handle catastrophic errors?

Most of the time, we don’t. The severe impacts are shown in slow or no actions, failures in judgment, errors in decision making, impulsive actions and risky actions. All of these impact the organizations financially.

In this webinar, Ray will discuss:

  • Why is it a problem to teach learners the “correct ways of doing things?”
  • Why is it important that workers and learners learn beyond the “what” to the “why”?
  • What is Deep Dive Thinking and how do the Modern Learners learn?
  • How do Deep Dive Thinkers continuously learn while at work?
  • How does Deep Dive Thinking widen the application of skills and knowledge in error areas of unknown situations?
  • How do you set up and add Deep Dive Thinking into your learning and training programs?

Join the webinar and download the FREE “Deep Dive Thinking Implementation Process.” A guide on how to incorporate Deep Thinking in webinars, elearning, classroom learning and coaching situations.

Presenter : Ray Jimenez (LinkedIn profile) – Chief Learning Architect and Founder of Vignettes Learning and StoryImpacts.com, a systems development and consulting company specializing in e-Learning and Performance Systems, eLearning course development and interactive tools and social learning community platform.

Ray has over twenty years experience in the consulting and training industry. Author of “3-Minute e-Learning: Rapid Learning and Applications, Amazingly Lower Cost and Faster Speed of Delivery: Plus Online Demos, Templates, Videos“, “Scenario-Based Learning: Using Stories To Engage e-Learners (Scenario-Based Learning, Volume 1)“, and “DIYEL 101 Tips for Do-It-Yourself eLearning“. Ray teaches eLearning programs for the University of California, Irvine, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center and Assumption University, Bangkok.

Workshop and briefing participants describe Ray as fun, engaging, Technically savvy, has depth in e-learning experience, balances theory and hands-on experience  and inspiring. Visit Ray’s website and his blog.

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Deep Dive Thinking For Modern Learners

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Developing Thinking Managers

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Live Webinar – February 8th, 2018 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU free
Provider: Training Magazine Network

Middle managers get pressure to manage up, down and across the organization, but how can you deliver the skills they need without adding to their troubles?

Ann demonstrates easy-to-apply tools and strategies for helping your middle managers manage their own thinking more effectively and adapt, even in high-pressure situations.

Learn How To:

  • Help them build their critical thinking skills and agility,
    • so they can better lead and meet the needs of the business
  • Find out how to create developmental roadmaps
    • For immediate & long-term business impact

Presenter:  Ann Herrmann-Nehdi (LinkedIn profile) is CEO of Herrmann International, the originators of Whole Brain® Thinking and the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument® (HBDI®). A keynote speaker and co-author of The Whole Brain Business Book, Second Edition: Unlocking the Power of Whole Brain Thinking in Organizations, Teams, and Individuals Ann  has written for and been interviewed by numerous prestigious media outlets as the leading thought leader in her field.

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Developing Thinking Managers

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Writing Your First Lines Of Code

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Live Webinar – February 7th, 2018 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU free
Provider: Training Magazine Network

eLearning developers for years have limited themselves by selecting a set of tools that has (mostly) resulted in boring, engaging learning experiences.

The comparison point that users make is not other learning experiences but other media. In order to compare favorably to other media, developers must learn the tools used by other digital professionals.

In this fast-paced, but approachable session, Mark Lassoff of Punk Learning will teach you to write your first lines of code– But you’re not going to simply sit back and watch.

You Will:

  • Write the code as Mark does creating your first lines of executable code and whetting your appetite for more.
  • Earn the title programmer as you complete the exercises in this session.

And …. More, importantly, Mark will demythologize programming so you can start learning on your own.

Presenter: Mark Lassoff Founder / President of LearnToProgram.tv & Punk Learning.  has taught over one million people web and mobile development online, in the corporate classroom and in secondary schools across the country.  Mark’s courses are distributed through various sites and  TV channels.  An in-demand speaker Mark has traveled the world to teaching  programming techniques and technologies.  He was named to the 40 under 40 in both Austin, Texas and Hartford, CT.  In 2017, Mark was awarded the prestigious eLearning Guild Guildmaster Award.

Mark is the author of several books on programming including:

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Writing Your First Lines Of Code

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Live Webinar – February 6th 2018, 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU
Provider: Offered by Techtown  (REP 2161 was ASPE)

Note: ASPE has  Re-branded as Techtown  – TechtownASPE is an REP and attendees  will be awarded 1 PDU for this event.

Learning -> Growth -> Development

The pivot for your organization towards Deep Learning requires a fundamental shift in your Business Model.

The complex and sometimes nebulous topic of business model innovation is reframed.

Techtown’s expert will share a lean and pragmatic approach to helping you create monetizable deep learning offerings from your existing product and service offerings.

In this learning session wthey will showcase these principles using a number of examples from the various industries such as Finance, Insurance, Healthcare, Retail and others.

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How To Pivot Your Company Towards Deep Learning

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Live Webinar – January 23rd 2018 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU free
Provider: Training Magazine Network

Which Is More Powerful: Facts Or Feelings?

If you want to win over everyone in your audience, your best bet is to address both.

Explore how movie scenes can quickly help participants connect the emotions experienced in watching a movie clip with the content we are teaching.

According to a University of Notre Dame study, learning is tied to “an emotionally charged experience” either positive or negative.

In this session Becky Pike Pluth will dive into the psychology behind emotion and teach you how to select the right movie scene to tap into the power of emotion to increase retention of information

Objectives:

  • Recognize how emotions affect learning
  • Discover tips for determining the right emotion and selecting the best scene that taps into that emotion
  • Explore tactics for making the most out of the movie scene and managing the scene for optimal learning and discussion
  • Learn how to easily and legally select and use movies that teach and train

Presenter:  Becky Pike Pluth (LinkedIn profile) President and CEO, The Bob Pike Group Becky has more than 17 years of exposure to Bob Pike’s Creative Training Techniques (CTT) and vast experience in cross-functional training design and delivery, project management and business operations. She easily employs a participant-centered approach to classroom training, one-on-one training and blended e-learning and author of numerous professional development training materials including:

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Feelings Count: Using Movies To Link Learning

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Live Webinar – January 16th, 2018 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EST
Activity Type: Education – Course or Training  1 Hour  1 PDU free
Provider: Training Magazine Network

Many instructional designers, developers, and leaders complain that content is dumped on them by their SMEs and internal customers.

They have no one to go to and explain the details of the kind of content they believe would be useful to learners.

They realize that content produced this way are too far away from the realities of day-to-day workplace events, therefore, not valuable.

Consequently, the programs they produce are theoretical, bland, and with no sense of relevance to the workers at work.

Learn:

  • Why are designers, developers and leaders too far removed from realities of work?
    • How does this impact the quality of our programs?
  • What should we do when someone dumps a “truckload” of PowerPoints and says, “I needed the course yesterday!
  • In the absence of more details, what should we do?
    • How and where should we focus our research?
    • What questions do we ask? How do we understand the details of the content?
  • How do we find the relevance and importance of the content in day-to-day real work?

Attend the workshop and learn Ray’s Tips on “Finding the Relevance of Content”, to accelerate worker ability and productivity, as we, in the learning world, face the challenge of keeping up or staying ahead.

Presenter : Ray Jimenez (LinkedIn profile) – Chief Learning Architect and Founder of Vignettes Learning and StoryImpacts.com, a systems development and consulting company specializing in e-Learning and Performance Systems, eLearning course development and interactive tools and social learning community platform.

Ray has over twenty years experience in the consulting and training industry. Author of “3-Minute e-Learning: Rapid Learning and Applications, Amazingly Lower Cost and Faster Speed of Delivery: Plus Online Demos, Templates, Videos“, “Scenario-Based Learning: Using Stories To Engage e-Learners (Scenario-Based Learning, Volume 1)“, and “DIYEL 101 Tips for Do-It-Yourself eLearning“. Ray teaches eLearning programs for the University of California, Irvine, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center and Assumption University, Bangkok.

Workshop and briefing participants describe Ray as fun, engaging, Technically savvy, has depth in e-learning experience, balances theory and hands-on experience  and inspiring. Visit Ray’s website and his blog.

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How To Bring Instructional Design Closer To Work Realities & Demands

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