Motivating the Consumer Learner

12th May 2020 | 4:00pm to 4:30pm
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Motivating the Consumer Learner

Recording now available.


Watch back our live Mind Tools demo with Patrick Burns, Enterprise Accounts, and Ricky Patel, Customer Success Manager.

They’ll show you how our toolkit empowers people by putting thousands of on-demand, digital resources at their fingertips. And lets you join a community of learners.

Three key take-aways

  • Learners today are more self-sufficient than ever - they are used to using web searches and technology to solve problems in the moment.

  • An organisations' approach to learning is a truly effective way of connecting with the working populations and driving overall employee engagement. 

  • Whilst learners are more self-sufficient than they were in the past, this does not mean L&D take a passive role in the process.  Intentional pro-active engagement strategies will determine uptake, usage and ultimately, value from any learning technology.

Speakers

Patrick Burns

Patrick Burns

Enterprise Accounts, Emerald Works
Patrick works with learning leaders as they consider Emerald Works as part of their future-focused learning strategy.  With over 12 years experience working with corporate organisations, Patrick has recently supported large US organisations such as Johnson Controls, Disney, Edwards Lifesciences, Tyson Foods and Pfizer as they evaluated and then implemented Mind Tools as part of their learning strategies.

 
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Ricky Patel

Ricky Patel

Customer Success Manager, Emerald Works

Ricky is a Customer Success Manager at Emerald Works who is focused on providing customers with a tangible return on investment by helping them increase their learner engagement. He works with organisations of all sizes all over the world with a particular focus on US based clients including NBA, Goldman Sachs, Bloomberg, Abbott and Harley Davidson. 

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