Time & Location
Oct 20, 2021, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Here we go again - another "pivot" is coming our way! Are you already dealing with hybrid learning - where you have some participants in a room together with a facilitator and some are joining virtually? Or maybe you are wondering how best to respond to stakeholders who are asking questions about how to run a team workshop with team members who are dispersed across the country or the globe.
Please join us for a panel discussion on how best to approach hybrid learning. We will tackle the conversation from a design perspective, a facilitation perspective and from an internal L&D department perspective. You will hear from panelists who are exploring these issues and you will have a chance to share your perspective too. Bring your opinions and your questions for a timely conversation!
Barbara Green is the founder and President of Think Productive North America, a company dedicated to transforming the productivity of leading companies and organizations in every part of the world. Barbara is a productivity expert who developed her passion and skills through 30+ years delivering impactful business solutions for organizations in Canada and England. She is frequently consulted by news media for expert commentary on themes of productivity and wellbeing.
Sandra Vaughn is the Director of Client Services and part of the senior management team at Metrix, providing vision and thought leadership. She is responsible for learning strategy oversight, thought leadership, nurturing key client and stakeholder relationships. She has also been newly appointed as the Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging lead at Metrix, providing oversight on all relevant client projects.
Stephanie Tavitian-Guthrie, CPCC is passionate about keeping it simple, keeping people engaged and championing innovative solutions to complex problems. As Director, Wealth Learning at BMO with over 24 years in the financial services, she has direct experience in managing local and long-distance teams in both official languages.