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Create Informal, Competency-Based Learning in Only 1 Day!

Thursday, February 22, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Cheryl Lasse, Managing Partner, SkillDirector

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It’s widely recognized that the model known as 70-20-10 defines how we learn, with 70 percent representing informal learning we get on the job. Because most of us are accustomed to building formal learning (classroom events, e-learning modules, webinars—the 10 percent), the idea of pivoting to informal learning may seem daunting.

One of the most useful ways of accelerating learning transfer is through workflow learning—learning in the context of the activity you need to do as part of your job. While traditional on-the-job training (OJT) makes use of this practice, it does not provide sufficient structure to consistently deliver desired outcomes. One person’s OJT experience may be entirely different from another’s.

In this webcast, you’ll learn how to build skill practices that apply techniques and structure to help people learn while doing their jobs. This includes:

  • how to ensure you are creating competency-based learning skill practices
  • step-by-step guidance on how to create a skill practice in a day
  • how to communicate skill practice availability, and encourage their use.

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Cheryl Lasse
Cheryl Lasse

Managing Partner, SkillDirector

Cheryl Lasse is SkillDirector’s managing partner. Her goal is to help people and companies achieve their potential. Cheryl has extensive experience with competency model development and implementation, and enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion with others. She believes people are intrinsically motivated to excel if they are given access to a competency model for their role, the opportunity to assess themselves against that model, and personalized learning to help them close gaps and meet aspirational goals. This philosophy has been embodied in the Self-Directed Learning Engine, the engine behind the ATD Skill Tracker. Cheryl has a strong background in consulting, marketing, and sales, mostly in technology companies, in which training has played a chief role throughout her career. She holds bachelor’s degrees from Syracuse University in computer science and HR, and an MBA from the University of South Florida.


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