About this workshop
The ID Tool Belt workshop enables people and organizations to make the wisest possible investment of their time and energy to produce breakthrough results through training.
How does the ID Tool Belt workshop work?
Teaches the mindset, skillset and toolset of active and adult learning for participants to make the wisest possible investment of their time, energy and resources in training solutions.
Participants design, debate, share, vote, critique, discuss, think and think again. The workshop is interactive and interesting from the first moment to the last activity.
What to expect from the ID Tool Belt workshop?
Participants learn how to:
- Identify strategies that help adults learn; troubleshoot how to apply these strategies in different contexts.
- Discover how to support staff learning at different levels of competence- from novice to expert with multichannel options (online, face to face, virtually, and on the job)
- Apply the active learning strategy (questions, discussions, role play, scenarios, collaboration, spaced learning, and mastery) to create engaging training.
- Discover resources currently available in house that can be leveraged to support or augment upcoming learning initiatives.
- Leverage the expertise of the group to solve training and performance problems and create a community of champions.
About the Facilitator
Anna consults and teaches about the intersection of adult learning, technology, and the ROI of training. She has worked with adidas, Harvard, ABB Group, Sony, Rubbermaid and Michelin and designed a course called, “Designing Elearning Scenarios”.
Anna maximizes (and multiplies) subject matter expertise, optimizes resources, and leverages elearning. This skillset allows her to create a context where working adults can become more skillful, and, most importantly, stay motivated.
Organizations, teams, and individuals have benefited from Anna’s innovative perspective, which advocates for learner-centered design and results driven training.