Improve Employee Performance with a Great Blend
Is your learning department in a rut and using the same delivery methods over and over again? Do you want your teams to think about solutions that mix it up?
As we develop more innovative methods for delivering learning, it seems that our decisions on which ones to use get harder.
Blended solutions are often the answer, but how do you find the right blend? What's the best way to break up a 60-minute e-learning course? Is a blended solution the right approach for attacking your next new initiative? Can you add some performance support?
The options for delivery can seem endless, and as the technology choices increase, your decisions get even more complicated.
What do you do?
In this session, Lisa will:
- Discuss a simple three-step process to get the right mix.
- Use an interactive tool to select the best delivery methods.
- Walk through several real-world case studies.
Presenter: Lisa Toenniges, CEO, Innovative Learning Group
Lisa Toenniges is the owner and chief executive officer of Innovative Learning Group, a company she founded in March 2004. A dynamic and respected leader, Lisa has more than 30 years of experience in the performance improvement industry and has consulted with many Fortune 1000 companies about their learning and performance strategies and solutions.
ILG was born out of Lisa’s passion for building a business, providing for her employees, and doing what is right for clients. Her entrepreneurial spirit, positive outlook, and hands-on leadership style have been the drivers behind ILG’s profitable annual compound growth.
Lisa has devoted more than three decades to the International Society for Performance Improvement and last served on its board of directors as past president. She also is a Certified Performance Technologist.
Lisa is the Secretary of the Executive Committee and Member of the Board of Trustees for On My Own of Michigan. On My Own of Michigan assists adults with intellectual development disabilities to become independent, self-sufficient, social, and contributing citizens in their communities.