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Training and Change Management: A Symbiotic Relationship

Feb 2019 Symbiotic Webinar

Symbiotic relationships are defined in nature as a mutually beneficial partnership.

When developing training, implementing a change is normally the intention. When introducing change, training is an essential part of success.

Watch as Laura Riskus, Director of Learning Strategy, and Tim Youngman, Learning Solutions Architect, share how to successfully leverage this powerful relationship in your learning solutions.


Who Should Attend

Chief Learning Officers (CLOs), VPs of Training, Training Directors and Managers, Human Resources VPs and Directors, CEOs, and COOs

About the Presenters

Laura Riskus, Director of Learning Strategy, leads strategic initiatives for Caveo’s clients, including organizational restructures, content management strategies, and technical implementations.

Laura has worked with Fortune 500 clients, applying her “jack of all trades” knowledge. Her 20 years of experience spans from ERP implementations through leading enterprise-wide change management initiatives. Her degree in Public Relations combined with her Prosci and APMG certification in Change Management influence her approach to strategy.

If you've attended Caveo webinars in the previous two years, her voice will be familiar to you, as she has been our webinar host. Laura is also speaking with CEO Jeff Carpenter at this year's CTR Week and Annual Conference on February 21.

Tim Youngman, Learning Solutions Architect at Caveo, leverages his curiosity and creativity to develop groundbreaking and award-winning learning solutions. His broad skill set includes requirements analysis, consulting, curriculum development, instructional design, project management, and quality assurance. He has designed and developed comprehensive programs including e-learning, instructor-led training, videos, simulations, m-learning, and blended learning programs.

Tim holds a master's in curriculum and instruction from the University of Houston and completed over 70 hours of doctoral studies in instructional technology. He is an active member of ATD St. Louis and is a Gold Member of the International Society for Performance Improvement.

 

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