Webvent Academy

Bringing Professionals Together

Best Practices for Meeting the Demands of Today’s Learner

Tuesday, October 18, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jeff Fissel, VP of Learning Solutions, Bridge and Mark Probert, VP of Revenue, Bridge

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In today’s world of learning and consuming information, employees have more options than ever, are savvy, and adapt quickly to new ways of consuming media. Companies can (and should) take advantage of this evolving way of learning, training, and gaining new skills.

How can organizations use modern learning approaches to develop employee skills and competencies and educate their partners? Companies need to go beyond the traditional e-learning experience and use a multimedia, multichannel learning approach.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why connecting employees, partners, and customers with the knowledge they need and want is critical to enabling success.
  • How to use consumerized learning approaches to engage learners.
  • What a multimedia, multichannel learning strategy looks like and the tools you’ll need.  


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Jeff Fissel
Jeff Fissel

VP of Learning Solutions, Bridge

Jeff Fissel has spent his career in the video learning space. Jeff has served as an adviser on video to some of the world’s top companies and often shares his thought leadership at conferences, web events, and publications from the industry’s top outlets. Jeff is currently driving product and strategy alignment for several learning technologies to deliver transformative solutions for the world’s best companies.

Mark Probert
Mark Probert

VP of Revenue, Bridge

Mark Probert has been a strategic leader in various learning technology organizations for more than a decade. Mark brings his expertise from leading and developing teams at Instructure, Lumesse/Saba, and LTG. Mark works with hundreds of organizations to help them implement their people-first L&D strategies by introducing talent and learning strategies that support connection, alignment, and growth plans in the face of hybrid and agile work.


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