Axonify will be attending the 2017 CLO Exchange. The exchange is a unique, invitation-only meeting driven by pre-scheduled one-on-one workshops (business meetings) between pre-qualified solution providers and senior decision-makers.
Be sure to join Joe Wagner, Chief Operating Officer at Axonify for his session on the Sunday afternoon.
Date: Sunday, February 26th at 1:25 PM
Session: Modernizing your Learning Ecosystem: elevate employee knowledge and performance while driving business outcomes
Join this session to learn:
More than 95 percent* of CLOs feel it is critical to demonstrate the impact and value of training. However, less than 5 percent are confident in their ability to do so.
Can you easily connect learning to business results in your organization? For many L&D leaders, this is a major problem stemming from outdated methods of measurement and inadequate measurement tools, like learning management systems, which cannot tie learning to business results.
Join us for this complimentary Training Industry webinar, hosted by Carol Leaman (CEO, Axonify), and discover:
*Source: The State of Learning Measurement, Bersin by Deloitte/Todd Tauber and Wendy Wang, 2015
Axonify is a sponsor of this year’s Learning Solutions Conference. You can look forward to over 100 sessions covering eLearning best practices, how-tos, case studies, and emerging trends to help you create more engaging and effective learning experiences.
Booth Number: #308
Time: March 23, 2017 10:00 AM
Presenter: Carol Leaman
Title: It’s time to rethink the LMS
Time: March 22, 2017 2:30 PM
Presenter: JD Dillon
Title: People First! Building an Employee-Centered Learning Ecosystem
Time: March 23, 2017 4:00 – 5:00 PM
Host: JD Dillon
Panel: What’s Wrong with Evaluation?
Retail associates. Forklift drivers. Food service employees. Plant workers. These deskless workers have one thing in common: They’ve all been underserved by L&D. Yet, these are the employees who are at the greatest risk for workplace injury, interact directly with your customers, own the manufacturing and distribution of your products and, ultimately, have the power to make or break your business—one decision at a time. Traditional approaches to learning and antiquated technology, combined with the complicated working conditions, have perpetuated the idea that it’s just too difficult and expensive to support these employees. But that’s no longer the case.
In a marketplace defined by talent, L&D has the responsibility and opportunity to provide continuous learning and development to all employees, including the sizable deskless workforce, to ensure business survival.
This webinar will: