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Creating a More Social Organization
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Don't leave employee learning and performance to training alone

New information comes at us quickly today, often too quickly for talent development professionals to keep employees up to speed. No longer can the workforce lean solely on traditional L&D approaches to stay in the know and build skills. 

We need to ensure that knowledge in our organizations flows easily and quickly between people. We need more conversational companies today for sustained knowledge sharing. Greater connection won’t happen by direct behavior change efforts, mindset shifts or technology alone. 

Sharing and collaboration happens best by design

You’ll learn about:
• 6 key principles for growing and sustaining connection
• organizational barriers to better collaboration
• the role of social technology in advancing productive social behaviors
• the relationship between formal, social and informal learning
• modifications that can be made to trigger impactful changes
Learn to fuel continuous learning in your organization

Learn to fuel continuous learning in your organization

Join Mark as he shares insights from his forthcoming book “Social by Design”


Mark Britz

Sr Manager of Programs &
Organizational Social Designer


Areas of Expertise
- Performance Improvement
- Instructional Design
- Training Delivery
- Learning Technologies
- Evaluating Learning Impact
- Managing Learning Programs
- Knowledge Management
- Change Management

August 18
Interactive Virtual Program

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