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Webinar: Why Content Fails

By EdCast Team | March 31, 2017

Webinar Future Workplace Content

Join this webinar to discuss why your learners are not engaged!

Title: Why Content Fails: Designing the Learner’s Experience

Summary: Are the engagement and satisfaction levels of your learners below expectations?

If so, then putting the learner journey where it belongs — in the center of your strategies — is likely to be the solution. In this information-rich webinar, Amar Dhaliwal, Chief Evangelist at EdCast, will lay out the challenges, opportunities, technologies and suggested tactics to building experiences that your learners will love — and will also leverage your learning investment for measurable success. Kevin Mulcahy, partner at Future Workplace, will be co-hosting the webinar and will provide valuable insights into how to get more out of your learning and development program by focusing on the learner’s experience.

Date: Apr. 19, 2017 at 10a PT / 1p ET

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Limited seats available – register today

Bios:

Amar DhaliwalAmar Dhaliwal, Chief Evangelist at EdCast

 He was a co-founder of the learning management pioneer THINQ and, after its acquisition by Saba in 2005, led Saba’s product, engineering, cloud, and customer operations teams. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, he was a management consultant. Amar studied at The London School of Economics.

 


Kevin MulcahyKevin Mulcahy, Partner at Future Workplace

Kevin J. Mulcahy is a partner with Future Workplace and along with Jeanne Meister, is the co-host of The Future Workplace Network, a membership community for HR executives. Organizations across multiple industries and geographies regularly engage him to facilitate corporate workshops on “future proofing” their business and HR strategies. Kevin coaches on leadership effectiveness at the Harvard Business School and is an adjunct faculty member at Babson College.

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