5 Keys to Effective Learning Strategy

As you may know, AXIOM is a platinum sponsor for the Training Industry’s Conference and Expo this June in Raleigh, NC. We’re really looking forward to meeting new people, reconnecting with old friends and trying to spend time in as many learning sessions as we can.

If you’re attending, you’ll probably be doing the same thing!

We have a strong recommendation for you…Join our talk! AXIOM’s Design Practice Lead, Jenn Kammerdiener will be presenting her talk “5 Keys to Effective Learning Strategy” on Thursday, June 28 at 9:30 am.

Thoughtful learning and development strategy is a cycle that, if managed well, creates a continuous growth and improvement process for the organization.

In this session Jenn will step you through the critical path for ensuring your learning program feeds your bottom line (instead of draining it), equipping your learners to make learning their own, and bringing balance to the management of it all. Jenn is a 20-year veteran of learning leadership, strategy and design. She has the honor of working with individuals and teams just like yours every day – starting where you are. Jenn loves her work and is eager to share the best practices she’s picked up along the way in a casual, engaging, conversation-style presentation. Join us and we’ll have some fun!

What will you learn?

  • Eliminate “reactive” and ineffective training by employing true performance and role-based design and implementation
  • Ground that training in effective, transferrable learning for the modern workforce – even in the “Agile-esque” environment of constant change
  • Learn how effective “blueprinting” can help you see the forest between the trees (or the weeds!)

About the Speaker:

Jenn Kammerdiener, Design & Development Practice Lead, AXIOM Learning Solutions
Jennifer (Jenn) Kammerdiener is a senior global learning and performance architect with more than 20 years of experience in learning and development strategy and leadership roles among various Fortune 500 organizations. Prior to launching her business as a consultant in 2009, Jenn served as chief curriculum architect for Wachovia Bank and continued in that role during Wachovia’s merger with Wells Fargo.

Since that time, Jenn has served clients across industries with a systematic approach to change implementation, curriculum planning and learning-path design, leadership of instructional design teams, and direct project management for critical initiatives. She has produced more than 2000 hours of learning solutions for clients in the financial services, professional services, insurance, retail, digital transformation and health care industries. Jenn is an AXIOM design practice lead in the areas of change management, learning and organization design strategy, and on curriculum design engagements.

There’s still time to register for this great event!

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