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Lessons learned from moving online

A recent project took a traditional classroom program and moved it to a blended, online learning experience. During this process 3 items came into my focus as we ramped up for the synchronous web conferencing sessions.  Did you know that time zones don’t automatically convert in all calendars? There is also a place for communication plans in an active learning design that focuses on bringing real work problems into the live sessions, use peer-to-peer learning more than straight presentations to engage people. Finally, value social networking to build a community of collaboration that will create a highly engaged, interactive live session where participants are actively involved. Aligning purpose to passion impacts performance so trust in people’s curiosity to solve problems, to share information, and learn as a connected community.  Check out this video for more details and let’s keep the conversation going!

About Bill Ryan

Welcome and good morning, or afternoon or evening! No matter the time it is a very special part of the day to take time to read, reflect, and reach for new ideas - and over a warm cup of coffee it only gets better! I am a performance strategist focused on delivering solutions that support every persons desire to succeed at the time of need no matter the place, the time, or the tool. I welcome your thoughts and look forward to discussions that will move and engage us - maybe over a cup of coffee!

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