Tapping into Today’s Training Technologies: Tips for More Effective Training
Technology has impacted every facet of work, including training. Like all technology advancements, there can seem a never-ending array of bells and whistles to keep track of. It could be a full-time job just to stay current with latest research and trends; time most manufacturing training leaders don’t have.
Join this webinar for a straightforward examination of training technologies that have significant impacts on safety and productivity. Focus will be on technologies that are easy to implement, simple to utilize, and set for scalability.
Leveraging research from thousands of manufacturing facilities, we’ll explore:
- Customization tools that double employee engagement levels
- Training software leading to 58% greater training effectiveness
- Interactive technology powering the ability to provide 31% more training reinforcement
- Mobile apps to drive a 20% decrease in bad habits and shortcuts spreading through your workforce
Talent Development Specialist and Instructional Designer, Daybreak Foods, Inc.
Lisa Goljenboom joined Daybreak Foods in 2019 as the Talent Development Specialist and Instructional Designer. In this role, she took the resigns to centralize the learning function and implement Alchemy across Daybreak Foods’ 12 locations, update the safety and quality training, create weekly reports and implement the coach observation tool. A year and a half later, Daybreak Foods 600 employees have completed over 7,000 courses resulting in better understanding of the organization’s commitment to safety and easy access to training records. Lisa’s 20 years of experience in learning and development, her degree in Human Resources and her ability to manage large scale learning initiatives set her up for success in this role. When she is not developing training or managing learning management systems, Lisa enjoys going on adventures with her husband, Joe, and her two crazy dogs, spending time with family and trying new restaurants.
Senior Industry Analyst
Dante Dominick wears many hats for Intertek Alchemy. He has a long history of analyzing the market and collecting valuable industry data to help manufacturing leaders make informed operational decisions. Over the past 5 years, Dante has worked with hundreds of manufacturers and processers of all sizes.