May Chapter Meeting:
How to Build a Community-Based Learning Strategy
Over the last several years, we've shifted our learning strategies dramatically to meet changing work environments. As we embrace a hybrid and remote-first workplace, the need for connection continues to grow. In this interactive session, we will discover how to integrate a community-based learning strategy into your learning and development initiatives.
Learning Objectives for this program:
Identify which types of learning strategies can adapt to a community-based style.
Create intentional engagement points for your learners through your community-based learning programs.
Learn new methods and ideas for integrating community-based learning into your new and existing programs.
Megan Galloway is on a mission to make our workplace a more authentic and human place for current and future generations to thrive. She believes the best way to do that is to help managers be the best versions of themselves.
Megan has specialized in building learning and development programs from the ground up for companies that have never had them before, including one recognized as a top global learning program in the ATD Best Awards. Megan currently works at Campfire to bring innovative, community-based learning to your managers.
Hybrid Meeting Information:
This will be a hybrid meeting, with registration available for both on-site at Training Umbrella (10551 Barkley St Ste 102, Overland Park, KS 66212) or via Zoom. You will indicate your meeting attendance preference during registration.
Organization Development and Culture
This session has been approved for recertification credits by the Association for Talent Development.