"2019: The Year of Learner Experience"
Matthew Daniel, Principal, The Learner Collective
With record-low unemployment, challenges over filling critical roles, and employee expectations over consumer-grade experiences in the workplace the quality of the “employee experience” has become a focus of many companies, with Forbes even declaring 2018 the year of “Employee Experience.” With that shift in the environment, L&D has an opportunity to transform from a mandatory activity to a key differentiator in hiring and retaining the best talent through delivering on great learner experience (LX). Join us for a discussion on what happens when user experience (UX) and learning & development start to work together.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
Sandwiches, wraps, and beverages will be served. We hope you'll join us for a night of great content and conversation.
- What is learner experience?
- How can I include the voice of the learner into my existing processes?
- What are the tools and methodologies to support learner experience?
- How do I adjust my skill set as a learning professional to address learner experience?
Matthew Daniel is a high-energy, no-holds-barred, tell-it-like-it-is learning technologist and learner experience advocate working in and with some of the largest and most innovative companies across the country (including six years in one of the nations top ten banks – Capital One). While he’s implemented LMSs, LCMSs, Social Learning Platforms, and Curation Tools– his biggest success comes not in the implementation of the system, but in helping learning professionals figure out how to take their existing skills and experience and adapt to the digital age in a realistic way.
Matthew believes in building incredible learning experiences, not just events – that all begins with good instructional design, but it has to be wrapped in incredible user experience. Prior to implementing learning systems, Matthew was an instructional designer who built large-scale new hire and upskill programs for organizations like Homeland Security, the DoD, Honeywell, Valero, and ExxonMobil.
Today, Matthew works with learning software companies on product design, consults on learning transformation, and inspires learning professionals to adopt new technologies and create amazing experiences to transform the lives of our learners.
210 Westwood Pl., Suite 400
Brentwood, TN 37027
The main building doors lock at 6pm.
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naviHealth is located directly behind Brentwood city hall, police, and fire. You can park anywhere except for reserved spots with signage. Elevators are in the main lobby; you can't miss them. Take the elevator to the 4th floor. Please sign-in at the front desk, and our conference room is the main lobby next to the front desk.