Sep 28, 2020
Peder Jacobsen, Natalie Hurley and Mike Kirk will present on October 7, 2020.Scroll Down
Vice President of Learning, Peder Jacobsen, Natalie Hurley, Director of Live & Virtual Learning and Mike Kirk, Creative Director & Director of Digital Learning will introduce how BI Worldwide uses Behavioral Economics and neuroscience to develop high-impact, custom learning experiences for their clients. Learn more about the BI Worldwide point of view including why the principles of “Know, Feel and Do” are so critical to changing behavior and driving business results.
Following a brief overview, participants will break out into two application discussion tracks:
Track 1 will explore how BI Worldwide uses the principles of “Know, Feel and Do” in live learning and how this approach is helping their clients pivot to and from virtual learning.
Track 2 will explore how “Know, Feel and Do” enriches the learning experience in digital learning, including eLearning, MicroLearning, NanoLearning and learning experience platforms.
Learn more about the Association for Talent Development Virtual Conference or click here to register to attend.