3 elearning trends L&D experts will explore at DoceboInspire – Elucidat Blog

3 elearning trends L&D experts will explore at DoceboInspire

L&D pros must stay on top of elearning trends in order to improve the effectiveness of their programs. Don’t miss these expert perspectives at DoceboInspire 2017.

Staying on top of eLearning trends is key to staying ahead of the curve and maintaining a competitive advantage. However, distinguishing the trends that will stick (and eventually evolve into best practices) is a lot easier said than done. This is where the experts come in – when Learning and Development (L&D) thought leaders are starting conversations about a particular trend or topic, it’s time to listen.

To help L&D professionals gain better insight into the trends that matter, we’ve gathered some of the L&D industry’s best and brightest to attend DoceboInspire, an L&D conference presented by Docebo. DoceboInspire is taking place in Boston on September 18-19, 2017, and features a number of exciting speakers covering various popular eLearning topics.

Let’s examine three trends that L&D experts will be discussing at DoceboInspire.

Predicting the Future of eLearning

In order for your online corporate training initiatives to be most effective, learners need more than a nudge of encouragement from management. Learning must be embedded into and driven by your organization’s culture.

A culture of learning is also a trait of top performing organizations. ATD reports that top performing organizations are five times more likely to have a learning culture, three times more likely to use the learning culture in recruiting, and three times more likely to hold leaders accountable for demonstrating learning’s importance.

For another thought leader’s perspective on this topic, don’t miss Beyond the Horizon of Innovation in eLearning: How Identity, Process, and Technology Cultivate a Culture of Learning at DoceboInspire. Led by Docebo’s Chief Learning Officer, Josh Squires, attendees will learn how to leverage people, processes, and technology to foster an effective culture of learning.

Cultivating a Culture of Learning

In order for your online corporate training initiatives to be most effective, learners need more than a nudge of encouragement from management. Learning must be embedded into and driven by your organization’s culture.

A culture of learning is also a trait of top performing organizations. ATD reports that top performing organizations are five times more likely to have a learning culture, three times more likely to use the learning culture in recruiting, and three times more likely to hold leaders accountable for demonstrating learning’s importance.

For another thought leader’s perspective on this topic, don’t miss Beyond the Horizon of Innovation in eLearning: How Identity, Process, and Technology Cultivate a Culture of Learning at DoceboInspire. Led by Docebo’s Chief Learning Officer, Josh Squires, attendees will learn how to leverage people, processes, and technology to foster an effective culture of learning.

Developing Your Leadership Skills

Any good L&D program must be implemented and championed by a good leader. However, good leadership is hard to find, and often must be developed from within an organization.

Developing leadership is more important than ever, especially as baby boomers retire and millennials start to fill leadership roles at organizations. In 2015, 33% of the US workforce became eligible for retirement, with half of them holding leadership roles. If organizations don’t invest in leadership development now, they’ll face the consequences of a leadership talent shortage.

The first step to fostering leadership is believing in one’s own authenticity. This is what will be discussed during Joshua Miller’s DoceboInspire session, Why Leaders Struggle With Authenticity. In this exciting keynote, Joshua Miller, Certified Executive & Personal Coach, will teach attendees how to harness their leadership skills by being their authentic selves.

Hear What the Experts Have to Say

DoceboInspire will also feature exciting speakers such as Robin Chase (Co-Founder and Former CEO of Zipcar), Mike Kunkle (VP of Sales Transformation Services), David Wentworth (Principal Learning Analyst at Brandon Hall Group), and many, many more! Tickets for the event are selling fast – don’t miss the exclusive DoceboInspire sessions mentioned above to hear the experts’ perspectives on popular L&D topics.

Register now for DoceboInspire! Use the promo code ELU20 for 20% registration. 

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Victoria Hoffman is a Content Specialist at Docebo. She is a graduate of University of Toronto’s Semiotics and Communication Theory Program and has 5+ years of experience in digital marketing. She enjoys writing and is always looking for a good book recommendation.


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