Following a recent gathering of thought leaders from across the learning industry, including representation from Facebook, Google, GE and Telefonica, Fuse Universal unveil their plans for a series of digital events to discuss the hottest topics in L&D.
Fuse Universal CEO, Steve Dineen and ex. Google Learning Director, Stephan Thoma to co-host an online webinar about how to bring learning innovation into an L&D department and help solve key challenges around employee engagement and business performance.
With a combined experience of 40 years in the learning industry, Dineen and Thoma will deliver an in-depth discussion around key topics including:
1. How to adopt a 70:20:10 model for resource allocation to create a constant stream of learning innovation
2. The use of peer to peer learning and how to unlock knowledge from your subject matter experts
3. Creating and strategies and tools to create an engaged learning organisation and measure the impact
4. Achieving alignment, focus and flexibility within the L&D team
5. Content - from curation to creation
6. How to implement microlearning into your content strategy
The webinar is taking place on Wednesday 19 July at 16:00 BST and is free to attend. Joining instructions are available on the event website: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/6568076028799675650
About the speakers:
Stephan Thoma has been an executive level leader in the global talent & leadership development world for over 25 years, most notably at Google for nearly eight years as Global L&D Director. He is now an independent Advisor and Coach to L&D /HR leaders, and Visiting Professor at the Centre for the Digital Economy.
Steve Dineen is one of the founders of the UK E-Learning industry. Currently, he is the CEO and Founder of Fuse, an innovative knowledge, learning and communication technology company. He has 15 years’ experience working in partnership with many of the biggest brands and organisations in the world with the goal of pushing the boundaries of learning technology to integrate with “face to face” delivery, increasing people performance and individual opportunity through the democratisation of education and learning.