About the Session
Have you ever wondered why the L&D industry in general still treats our technologically savvy learners, who are also active modern consumers of information, like they lived twenty years ago?
If we search for answers to our questions immediately in our personal lives, why are we forced to seek for professional work answers by signing up for a two-day training a month from now? If we have a work-related problem we need to solve now, why do we have to sit through an hour-long webinar or self-paced course to try find something that will address our unique issue?
In this session, we’ll discuss these questions and more, including what we can do differently to provide learning experiences that our learners want and that actually change behavior.
- Educate participants on relevant technological and industry trends and research
- Understand 7 Consumer Realities and how they relate to L&D
- Work together as a group and identify some ways to apply what we learn to our unique L&D challenges
About the Speaker
As TwentyEighty’s VP of Product Management, Treion assists five of the companies training business units – Miller Heiman Group, Vital Smarts, Achieve Forum, Strategy Execution, and Omega Performance – with their unique product management needs and strategies. Before joining TwentyEighty, Treion worked at FranklinCovey for over eleven years where he served as FranklinCovey’s Chief eLearning Architect and Director of Digital Development. During his time at FranklinCovey he helped develop and launch several successful products, ranging from traditional ILT to FranklinCovey’s LiveClicks webinars, bite-size self-paced courses, and reinforcement apps. Treion has a Masters degree in Instructional Design from Utah State University with an emphasis in Blended Learning. He is the co-author of, “The Learning Explosion: 9 Rules to Ignite Your Virtual Classrooms” and “The Webinar Manifesto,” and the author of several industry white papers and eBooks. Originally from South Africa, Treion has lived in Utah for over twenty years, where he spends most of his offline time with his talented wife and five children.