Time: December 8, 2009 from 5:30pm to 8pm
Location: DePaul Club (Refreshments Served!)
Street: 1 East Jackson, 11th Floor
City/Town: Chicago, Illinois
Website or Map: http://snl.depaul.edu/About/C…
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: Carol Taylor
Latest Activity: Sep 18, 2012
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A significant element of the 21st century focus on learning and talent development will be designing and delivering transformational development experiences for employees. The key word to note is “experiences”. It’s time for learning leaders to make the paradigm shift from workshops and events lasting hours and days to extended learning experiences that integrate formal and informal learning and use a variety of delivery channels to deliver learning and personal and organizational change.
In this interactive presentation, you will reflect on your own “life changing” learning experiences. You will learn how learning leaders and their organizations are using the models and frameworks of The Experience Economy (Harvard Business School Press, 1999) to design and deliver learning and leadership development experiences that produce transformational results. The models and frameworks include:
The Progression of Learning Value
The Five Stages of an Experience
The Four Experiential Realms
The Four Forms of Theatre
The session will begin with a Pecha Kucha presentation (20 images for 20 seconds each) introducing the high level process for designing and delivering transformational development experiences.
We are living in a world of change. To quote John Kotter in Our Iceberg is Melting, “People are less likely to change themselves and others based on data and analysis than on compelling experiences.”
Presenter--Bob Dean—Director, Americas for Profiling Online
Bob Dean is a senior executive in learning, leadership development and talent management. Bob has most recently led Learning & Talent Development, for Heidrick & Struggles, a global executive search firm. Bob combines business experience with a passion for learning and talent management. As a senior learning executive, he has been a catalyst for learning innovation and culture change in three major professional services firms. In 2006, Bob became one of the first ten people in the world certified in the book, The Experience Economy.