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How to Take Part
Performance & Learning Month Materials
- Go to a Chapter Event
- Organize an event in your workplace, like a lunch and learn
- Nominate a Learning Leader (see below for details)
- Suggest a book, podcast or article that you’ve found meaningful for your professional practice and email us to have your recommendation included in the newsletter.
I4PL has created a toolkit and a variety of graphic elements to help launch your events and brand as part of I4PL’s Performance & Learning Month, find the toolkit and graphic elements here.
Nominate a Learning Leader
Is there someone who you consider to be a superstar in your workplace or someone who has been a mentor? Email us and let us know who they are and why you consider them to be a leader in your field, and they will be featured in the newsletter.
Interested in Sponsoring Performance & Learning Month?
Our sponsorship kit is available here with some exclusive opportunities that are sure to bring value to your organization! Please email us for more info on sponsorship opportunities.
National webinars are always free for members and $50 +tax for non-members.
These events count towards 1 credit
hour each for certification maintenance.
Please note that there are two steps in the registration process. First, you are required to register on the I4PL website and then the second step is to register on the ZOOM platform. The second step will be sent to you 48 hours before the webinar that will then send a confirmation email with the dial-in instructions. For questions, please contact email@example.com
| || 2019 Conference — Keynote Speaker Spotlight|
I4PL is proud to announce that Giselle Kovary will be giving one of the keynotes at the Conference!
The Gen Z Learning Journey From Higher Education To The Workforce
As technology is redefining the learning experience, as classrooms evolve into learning labs and as corporate training shifts to talent development, we must be ready to engage our future learners, employees and leaders. This keynote presentation will explore the Generation Z’s learning journey from higher education to the workplace. Giselle will share national research on Gen Z’s expectations around learning, education and career. We will hear in their own voices how Gen Z students and employees want to learn, what motivates and engages them, and how our profession can adapt to a new future of learning experiences. Challenges and opportunities for education and workplace learning will be discussed. We will explore how Gen Zs differ from Millennials, their learning preferences and instructional design techniques that can be applied to co-create, collaborate and connect with the next generation of learners.
About Giselle Kovary, M.A.
As President & Co-Founder of n-gen People Performance Inc., Giselle is dedicated to building strategies and programs that help clients target, motivate and engage employees in order to increase performance and productivity. Giselle sits on I4PL’s Board of Directors. She is a sought after resource to industry leaders, having worked with 18 of the top Fortune 500 companies across North America. Over 60,000 people globally have experienced an n-gen workshop or presentation. With close to 20 years of experience in learning and development, she has devoted more than 15 years to researching the impact that generational differences have on organizational performance.
Stay tuned for additional programming announcements!
To view complete event descriptions, please go to the Events Page.
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| || Performance and Learning in the News|
The New Yorker
Anxiety over the influence of technology in schools, as in our lives, is an old story — but one made painfully acute by the glowing smartphone on which you’re likely reading this article. Advocates of personalized learning say that the approach has been unfairly conflated with teacherless, online-only education.
As artificial intelligence becomes an increasing part of our daily lives, it’s no wonder that educational institutions are racing to catch up with the need to develop more talent to keep the engine of AI development running. However, not only is education being transformed as far as science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curricula, but the education industry as a whole is being transformed by AI. Increasingly, educational institutions from elementary to higher education as well as adult and professional learning are being transformed by intelligent systems that are helping humans learn better and achieve their learning objectives.
Learning Solutions Magazine
Last month the e-Learning Guild released its latest research report on asynchronous authoring tools. In addition to basic survey questions, the research methodology included open-text feedback from users and interviews with vendors. A challenge with gathering such qualitative information: interesting, thoughtful, myriad answers, with limited space to include them in the final product.
In organizational culture transformation, one size does not fit all. In this insightful article, Ashley Munday details five different approaches to the journey of transformation. Which one is right for you depends on your leadership, your team and the specific challenges you face.
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