Alex Khurgin, Principal Instructional Designer at Hone
Wednesday, September 30, 1-2PM PT
Leading training in person is hard enough, but how do you take what works in person and apply that to a distributed team? How do you keep people engaged? Or know whether your training is effective?
Now that remote training has become the norm because of COVID-19, we’re sharing the lessons we’ve learned from years pioneering live online training at Hone. Over the past few years, we’ve learned a lot about what to do and especially what not to do when rolling out a hybrid training program across remote teams.
In this interactive workshop, we’ll cover the four biggest mistakes you will want to avoid when training your remote team and uncover secrets behind creating an engaging remote training experience that drives long-term behavioral change. We’ll also discuss: what you should be training on, what types of training modalities work best, and the technologies that are most effective for delivering on those training topics. Finally, we'll show you how to track “moments of need” so that you deliver training at the right time - when it's relevant and effective.
In this interactive workshop you’ll get to discuss challenges with other L&D leaders and ask Alex your top questions and receive insights on improving your remote training program.
Alex Khurgin is the Principal Instructional Designer at Hone. Prior to Hone, he founded The Action Company, a team of creatives, scientists, and technologists who study how best to help people succeed in the workplace and the marketplace. Alex also developed adaptive learning at leading ed-tech company Knewton and spent 7 years developing and evangelizing Grovo's approach to microlearning. Alex is among the industry's most passionate proponents of innovative enterprise learning and has presented his insights at conferences such as Techweek, DevLearn, ATD, CLO Innovators and more. Alex graduated with a BA in Philosophy from Amherst College and lives in New York City.