2018 Austin Energy Trainers’ and Presenters’ Conference
“Using Microlearning to Develop Your Workforce”
Thank you for attending “Using Microlearning to Develop Your Workforce” at the 2018 Austin Energy Trainers’ and Presenters’ Conference. Below are resources related to today’s session.
Brandon Winston, Microassist Instructional Designer
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- Will Thalheimer on Subscription Learning
- “WNYC’s Note to Self sent 300,000 texts to 15,000 people” – Laura Hazard Owen, NiemanLab
- “How to Make Microlearning Matter” – Annie Murphy Paul, SHRM.org
- “New action mapping job aids available” – Cathy Moore
Also by Brandon
- Converting Classroom Training to Elearning — Interview with Microassist’s senior learning architect Kevin Gumienny and instructional designer Brandon Winston on what it takes to convert classroom training to elearning.
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- Training for Behavior Change Can Be Harder than It Looks — Whether it is due to a new process, business goals, or regulations, any time you need to change your staff’s behaviors or ways of doing things, you’ll need to plan your training campaign carefully to ensure you’re positioning the participants for success.
- Workplace Policy Changes? Add Some Change Management to Your Training — Learning and development can also help make the transition from old way to new way easier for everyone by including change management techniques in the training plan. In this article, we show you some techniques you can borrow from the world of change management to help your training have a lasting impact.
- Performance Improvement: Is More Training the Solution? — It is almost axiomatic for management that all performance improvement problems can be solved through training. As learning and development (L&D) experts, we know that isn’t always true, but let’s look at how to tackle a performance challenge from an L&D perspective.
- New Hire Training: 5 Keys to Developing Training with Finesse — Deciding what to put in and what to leave out and making sure new employees are getting the information they need to do their jobs, all while trying to build and maintain their enthusiasm, can be daunting to say the least. Yet new hire training that is engaging, effective, and that maps to your organization’s culture can minimize turnover and ramp up job satisfaction.
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