Move the Needle on Company Culture with TED@Work’s Blended Learning Collections
Today’s leaders are often tasked with moving the needle on culture at their organizations. This includes facilitating conversations around topics they may not consider themselves experts in. Igniting meaningful discussions on topics such as DE&I, Wellness, and Remote Work can be difficult and uncomfortable.
To help, TED@Work has created Blended Learning Collections, a solution that addresses targeted business challenges by driving learning and culture shifts. These collections allow your organization to confront specific obstacles or emerging trends that you are prioritizing.
In this webinar, Kayla Nalven, Director of Content Experience for TED@Work, joins OpenSesame’s Senior Account Executive, Colin Stadler, and Senior Customer Success Manager, Ashley Brown, to discuss trends they are seeing amongst L&D leaders and the market, the “why” behind TED@Work’s Blended Learning Collections, and how our customers have used Blended Learning Collections to move the needle on company culture. Attendees will receive a sneak peek to a brand new TED Talk that is hot off the press, as well as a glimpse of turnkey discussion tools TED@Work uses to power large-group and cohort learning.
You will learn:
- What L&D topics customers are currently struggling to progress in and why
- The benefits of interactive training and learning from multiple voices and perspectives
- How to be innovative on topics your organizations has yet to develop initiatives around
- Techniques and tools leaders can use to spark critical conversations in small and large-group discussions
- How OpenSesame customers have used Blended Learning Collections to move the needle on company culture
Kayla Nalven | Director of Content Experience, TED@Work
Kayla Nalven currently serves as Director of Content Experience for TED@Work. Kayla oversees content strategy and content creation for TED@Work. Prior to joining TED, she worked on the Content team at Sesame Street (Sesame Workshop) developing topic-specific, multimedia initiatives targeted to parents and preschool providers. Kayla holds a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley and is a Master’s candidate in the Cognitive Science in Education program at Teachers College, Columbia University.