Leveraging WellCaster’s experience in the training and organizational development world

  • 19 Oct 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
  • https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5194292327226087425


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Leveraging WellCaster’s experience in the training and organizational development world, this presentation is a quick – but deep – dive into the variables around mobile training, specifically exploring how to keep what organizations are already doing with their training intact, but add on mobile as a new delivery channel. It’s a great way for T&D professionals who have mobile on their proverbial radar screen but need help operationalizing it to get started. 

Learning Objectives: 

1. Examine the “here and now” of mobile 

2. Learn how mobile complements instructor-led training (not replaces it) 

3. Learn how to cost effectively harness mobile, with a focus on video (and why this makes sense) 

4. Learn about “spaced learning”, especially as it relates to the “mobile attention span” 

5. Learn how to get started with a mobile training initiative inside your company

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About the presenter: Jay Goss

Jay Goss is the President of WellCaster. Prior to his role with WellCaster (at the time, it was a true-blue start-up), Jay has worked with a number of early stage companies. He was the General Manager of ExecuSurv, a tech company that pioneered the concept of using the Internet as a delivery mechanism for employee surveys and 360 degree feedback programs. His clients included Cox Communication, Hurley International, SAIA Motor Freight, General Dynamics, Accenture, Verizon, Disney, Sears, TaylorMade-adidas Golf and Sony, all of which utilized the company’s proprietary technology and/or retained the company to implement leadership development programs. ExecuSurv

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