Virtually There Complimentary Programs

Virtually There Complimentary Programs

Explore key modern learning topics in our complimentary Virtually There series! Hosted by subject matter experts, including Jennifer Hofmann, President of InSync Training. Each session focuses on emerging L&D trends, fundamental skills, and practitioner pro-tips to help you design, facilitate, and manage training programs.

We record each event, and make the replay available in our Modern Learning Resource Library. Event registrants also receive additional support materials like infographics, whitepapers, tools, and job aids. See you online!

Is Your Organization Ready for Modern Learning? Transform Your Learning Culture for Today’s Environment

Jennifer Hofmann on March 20, 2018

Today’s business environment requires learning content to be accessed globally and on demand. Learners are often virtual and on the go. And, they expect immediate answers and opportunities in every moment of learning need.

Unfortunately, many organizations are holding on to an outdated learning culture that values traditional training methods over modern instructional strategies and techniques.


Go Viral! Motivating Your Employees to Share Their Knowledge

JD Dillon on April 10, 2018

Knowledge sharing behaviors have become commonplace in our everyday life (Google, social media, etc), but not necessarily in the workplace. This session will provide guidance on how to facilitate knowledge sharing in the workplace.

JD will share:

  • How to apply real-world knowledge sharing behaviors in the workplace
  • Ways to motivate knowledge sharing at scale within your organization
  • Strategies to leverage shared knowledge as the foundation of your organizational learning strategy


The Accidental People Challenges from Agile Development

Lou Russell of RMA  on April 24, 2018

Agile work is spreading quickly through large, medium and small companies in the United States, including various functional areas. With the completely different mindset Agile requires, individuals struggle with new roles, new responsibilities and an entirely different way of working with each other.

In this interactive session, participants will reflect on:

  • How to adapt the PEOPLE to the process and the troubles if you can’t
  • How the unconscious bias to hierarchy messes up teams
  • How hierarchical company cultures can co-exist with Agile teams
  • The best competencies for Agile work

Serious Game Secrets – Who, What, Where, Why, Who Cares?

Andrew Hughes on May 15, 2018

Serious games are living, breathing, evolving things, unlike our e-learning modules we put on the shelf.

This session will talk about planning, developing, implementing, and supporting gamification and serious games for companies that have never gone down the route of serious games and gamified learning experiences.

Brain-Based Presenting: Getting the Brain to Pay Attention

Sharon Bowman on July 24, 2018

How can you guarantee that YOUR audiences will be actively engaged the next time you’re in the lead role as a presenter, meeting facilitator, or trainer?

Learning Objectives:

After your active participation in this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Use a dozen brain-based presentation strategies that will immediately make your content more engaging and memorable.
  • Explain what makes the brain pay attention and what makes the brain go on “auto-pilot.”
  • Apply brain-based presentation principles to any learning environment, whether face-to-face or online.
  • Access a variety of excellent, brain-based resources to enhance your own presentations, meetings, and training programs.

The Science of Attention and Engagement

Julie Dirksen on August 21, 2018

In this session, you will learn what the current science says about how attention, willpower, and decision-making interact, and how that influences the design of learning environments. Having a deeper understanding of this topic will help you create more engaging and effective learning solutions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how we allocate and manage attention.
  • Discover how to interact differently with different types of attention.
  • Learn how to engage learners’ attention and manage distraction.
  • Determine ways to use the principles of willpower, attention, and decision-making to create better learning.