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Thursday, October 6 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Drips, Bots and Blogs: A Non-Traditional Approach to Learning Reinforcement

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In a recent Bersin by Deloitte report, it was stated that 80% of CEOs believe upskilling is their most pressing challenge. This means retraining and upskilling continue to be critical to the modern workforce. This said - large workloads, packed schedules, and a dispersed employee base impose a barrier to providing the learning needed to address the upskilling needs of a modern workforce. For learning professionals, this means delivering reinforcement programs produced in scheduled, manageable bites. Thus, giving people a chance to apply lessons, wherever they may be in a hybrid workplace.

This session will help you learn the first steps on how to plan and organize curriculum into spaced and dripped learning reinforcement lessons. All by using a framework that can be easily replicated once back in the workplace. This immersive program will allow for creating conversational and engaging content to support your performance development efforts. Using a given scenario, and through several exercises, you will leave this session with new content and tool ideas to design, prototype, and build drip content that has real impact.

This session will break down into four phases.
1.    Phase one: Determine if you are addressing the right problem.
2.    Phase two: Map conversational content to help achieve a learning outcome.
3.    Phase three: Determine which delivery tools will give drip-feeding efforts the best chance for success.

Lastly, we will review examples of how to apply drip feeds to any organization. The amazing part will be the understanding that creating conversational design using bots, blogs, and email can be fun, and impactful. Therefore, demonstrating the combined value of spaced and self-directed dripped microlearning content.

How does this topic relate to the conference theme, Reinvent?
Using drip-feed learning reinvents the way L&D can use learning reinforcement to apply spaced learning techniques without causing workplace disruption. By providing spaced learning through dripped applications, we give knowledge a greater chance of sticking and give the people a better chance of knowledge application. This in turn adds greater value to all L&D initiatives. By doing so we create a win-win for the people and the business.

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Shannon Tipton

Chief Learning Rebel, Learning Rebels, LLC
A workplace learning expert for 30+ years, Shannon Tipton fights for learning that sticks. As the founder of Learning Rebels®, she strategically fixes what’s broken and develops learning that delivers desired business results and leverages resources wisely. Known for her Rebellious... Read More →

Thursday October 6, 2022 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Texas Center