Thursday 18th November 2PM (ET) / 7PM (GMT)
Digital Experiential Learning has an impressive capability for providing immersive experiences and is quickly becoming a part of most corporate learning ecosystems. Research has shown immersive and experiential experiences enhance learning and helps our brains to hold onto knowledge and is already believed to increase workplace productivity, employee safety and improve training. HR and Learning leaders are continually searching for new ways to improve training and learning and development for both new and existing employees, and Digital Experiential Learning may hold the answer to endless possibilities. HR and L&D leaders will need to be equipped with the necessary skills to support their organization in implementing supporting technologies. However, there are still several significant challenges to integrating experiential offerings within the virtual learning environment.
Join your peers for an interactive roundtable to share your experiences, successes, and learnings in implementing Digital Experiential Learning into your learning and development strategies. We will explore:
– How can we expand the boundaries of digital learning?
This roundtable will take place on Thursday 18th November 2021 at 2pm ET / 7pm GMT.
HRD Virtual Roundtables are open to senior HR professionals only and all bookings are subject to approval by the HRD team. For further information please contact [email protected]>
Jason Ashlock is Senior Vice President for Customer + Employee Experience at Kuehne + Nagel, the world’s leading freight forwarding and logistics company. There, he looks after organisational development, transformation initiatives, and Future of Work for the company’s 80,000 employees. His “Story-Based Thinking” models have been applied in Fortune 500s, fast-growth startups, international associations, think tanks, universities, and more. He serves as an advisor to numerous groups, including HRD, The Giving Wall, Gotham Publishing Solutions, and the China Europe International Business School.