We are excited to have Rich Cordrey and Aubrey Johnson present our May webinar — “Using Learner Personas to Humanize Development” on Wednesday, May 15th at 12 PM ET. Gain valuable knowledge and examples to humanize the learning and development function within an organization. See additional details below:
- Topic: Using Learner Personas to Humanize Development
- Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
- Time: 12:00pm ET (60 minute session)
- Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early
- Speakers: Rich Cordrey, Learning Performance & Technology Leader
Aubrey Johnson, Training & Development, Onboarding Analyst
- Register: Using Learner Personas to Humanize Development
About the Session:
In this session, participants will hear how to develop Learner Personas to gain a better understanding of their unique audiences and tailor content and delivery to increase engagement. From user theory to a specific case study from Toyota NA, participants will gain valuable knowledge and examples they can use to humanize the learning and development function at their organizations. Participants can expect a brief history of user personas, why it is important to create a very real set of personas for their team, and specific methods and questions they can use to create personas for their own use.
About the Speakers:
Rich Cordrey is currently the Manager of Learning Systems and Content for AutoNation. As a results-oriented learning and development professional, Rich offers 9+ years leading key growth initiatives, executing project management, and developing strategies across multiple systems and workgroups. He is currently driving a transformation in digital content delivery and distribution at the largest automotive retailer in the U.S., leveraging a combination of existing document storage, traditional LMS platforms, and innovative mobile performance support applications.
Corporate IT and HR Professional leveraging 20+ years of Business and Technical knowledge, skills, passion, and competitive urgency for achieving organizational growth and exceeding customer expectations. Possessing an educated, creative, and visionary approach to instructional design; empowering and contributing to the enrichment of end users and students.