"The 5 Cs of Working as a Learning Professional" with John Luczkowski
There’s an old line we’re all familiar with, “a jack of all trades…..” With constantly shifting financials, technologies and people, training is tough. Whether you are constantly shifting gears, trying to learn new tools, or fighting to gain clarity and purpose in the programs and classes you help bring to life, it often feels like we’re all alone even if we’re lucky enough to work on a team!
Join our panel discussion to learn and share ideas, resources, experiences, and strategies with our panel and group discussion regarding the biggest obstacles we’ve encountered and the largest victories we’ve won. We will cover the Changes you’ve made, the Challenges in front of you, the Collapses you’ve experienced, Creative Problem-Solving and Celebrations along the way.
After this session participants will be better able to:
- Identify trouble-spots within their own L&D programs.
- Iterate changes that facilitate success within their own markets
About the Speaker:
John Luczkowski (Panel Facilitator) has spent his career in the educational and training world. Originally a high school teacher, he now works in corporate training as an instructional designer, e-learning developer, and classroom facilitator. Besides maintaining a popular blog on instructional design and training to help others in his field, he also is an active member of the Philadelphia ASTD chapter, serving as a co-leader of the e-learning SIG as well as an unofficial social media curator.
- Stephanie Taitano – Instructional Designer – West Chester University
- Wendell Jackson – Program Manager , Global Productivity – Aramark
- Pat Bush – Field Finance Training Manager – McDonald’s