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KNOWLEDGE | SKILLS | TOOLS

October 29, 2020

From RK’s Desk

Friends, I thank you wholeheartedly – individually and on the behalf of my team – for making LearnFlux a huge success.

It was a pleasure to host you and learn a lot from industry experts. A huge thank you to all the keynote speakers and attendees. It was heartening to meet some of you in all sessions. Thank you all for your time and support which has helped us feed 4,200 needy people in our city of Hyderabad. 

We hope you enjoyed participating in LearnFlux as much as we enjoyed hosting it for you.

It is a time for us to stay and tide over together. We will keep the collaboration going strong as we have more of such events lined up. Do watch this space for the details.

Learnflux Team


Be safe, be healthy.

RK

     

Snippets from LearnFlux

Here are some interesting insights from LearnFlux:

1. It’s the method, not the modality that determines the quality of learning.

Paul Langlois, Vice President – Enterprise Learning, Ecolab

2. L&D leaders need to transition from being order-takers to impact-makers.

Julie Veloz, VP, Learning & Development – Interpublic Group (IPG)

3. Learning has a marketing problem! Build a brand, be authentic, promote products, communicate value and listen, measure and share results, be consistent.

Julie Veloz, VP, Learning & Development – Interpublic Group (IPG)

4. Top 5 features to look for in your second LMS – easy set up, ability to work with plugins, high on engagement, customized reports, be cost-effective.

Abdul Razzaque Hussain, Director – Technology and Project Management, CommLab India

5. Our customer’s perception is our reality. Define your “customer-focused” strategy and objectives.

Elaine Falcone, Client Experience Leader at Dresser-Rand, Siemens Energy

6. Seven findings from psychological science that should guide online program development – active engagement, multiple learning modalities, assessments, rely on cognitive ability to predict learning, microlearning, reinforcement strategies, connect with the learner.

Dr. Catherine L. Grus, Chief Education Officer, American Psychological Association

7. Tips to align L&D with corporate strategy – find out the corporate strategy, ensure what you do contributes to achieving the corporate strategy, improve your ability to effectively communicate with executives.

Brian A. Weiss, Chief Strategy Office (CSO), The Risk Management Association

8. Maintaining connections under “no fly” conditions – communities of practice and technical exchanges as a forum for dialogue and information sharing.

Lara Tabac, Director – Global Grants Program and Ruxana Jina, Deputy Director – Data Impact Program, Vital Strategies

9. Retain the SME’s voice The “story”.
The SME adds anecdotal knowledge, best practices, tips and tricks, important contextual details that can make all the difference between knowing something in an abstract theoretical way and internalizing it for creative application.

Shalini Merugu, Senior Manager – Learning Design, CommLab India

10. When facilitating virtual activities, provide clear instructions, talk through what you are doing, specify the timeframe, and prime the pump if needed (give an example to get started).

Dr. Howard Lewis, Chief Learning Architect, CommLab India

 

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Yours Sincerely,
RK Prasad, MBA, PhD.
CEO and Co-Founder
CommLab India