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What's trending in Medical Affairs feat. Kim Portland (Part 2)

Krista continues her conversation with Salience Learning's own Kim Portland, Ph. D., about the changes and challenges Medical Affairs teams are facing in 2021, and how L&D experts can better support key roles. This is the final part of a two-part series.

What's trending in Medical Affairs feat. Kim Portland (Part 1)

Krista sits down with Salience Learning's own Kim Portland, Ph. D., to discuss the changes and challenges Medical Affairs teams are facing in 2021, and how L&D experts can better support key roles. This is part 1 of a two-part series.

Making your program stick feat. Clark Quinn (Part 3)

This is the final episode of a three-part series with author Clark Quinn, Ph.D., a recognized leader in learning technology strategy. Karen, Krista, and Clark discuss how L&D experts can advocate for learners and better mediate experiences to drive a greater culture of learning within innovative organizations.

Making your program stick feat. Clark Quinn (Part 2)

This episode is the second part of a three-part series with Clark Quinn, Ph.D., an author and recognized leader in learning technology strategy. Karen, Krista, and Clark discuss using humor to engage learners, and how simple conversations can greatly benefit self-directed learning in the workplace.

Making your program stick feat. Clark Quinn (Part 1)

Karen and Krista speak with Clark Quinn, PhD., an author and recognized leader in learning technology strategy, about the latest in cognitive science, and how to hook learners and make knowledge stick. This is the first part of a three-part series.

How to apply adaptive learning to solve complicated problems feat. Bob Sottilare (Part 3)

In this episode, Amy Parent and Irene Boland of Salience Learning continue their conversation with Bob Sottilare, Director of Learning Sciences at SoarTech, about practical ways to apply adaptive learning in almost every learning scenario. This is the last part of our three-part series.

How to apply adaptive learning to solve complicated problems feat. Bob Sottilare (Part 2)

In this episode, Amy Parent and Irene Boland of Salience Learning continue their conversation with Bob Sottilare, Director of Learning Sciences at SoarTech, about all things adaptive learning. This is part two of a three-part series.

How to apply adaptive learning to solve complicated problems feat. Bob Sottilare (Part 1)

In this episode, Amy Parent and Irene Boland of Salience Learning take over the show to interview Bob Sottilare, Director of Learning Sciences at SoarTech, about all things adaptive learning, and how to create programs structured enough to keep learners motivated, and flexible enough to remain practical. This is part one of a three-part series.

How critical thinking differs from strategic thinking, and why it matters

In this episode, Karen and Krista define critical thinking and highlight real-world examples demonstrating its impact on learning, science, and beyond.

Driving behavioral change through better design feat. Julie Dirksen (Part 3)

In the final part of our interview with Julie Dirksen, Karen, Krista, and Julie discuss what L+D professionals should take away from new research on learning within virtual environments, and how to best communicate with stakeholders to create effective programs.

Driving behavioral change through better design feat. Julie Dirksen (Part 2)

In part 2 of our three-part series with Julie Dirksen, Karen, Krista, and Julie discuss how to provide learners with constructive feedback during complex scenarios that often lack immediate results in the form of rewards and consequences. How do we keep learners motivated when success seems far off in the future?

Driving behavioral change through better design feat. Julie Dirksen (Part 1)

In part 1 of our three-part series, Karen and Krista are joined by author and instructional designer Julie Dirksen to discuss how to best encourage behavior change through structural design, and what really motivates learners. Learn more about Julie Dirksen: https://usablelearning.com

The lessons we learned from 2020, and how they will shape 2021

In this episode, Karen and Krista reflect on the lessons learned from 2020 and provide critical takeaways for L&D professionals seeking success in the new year.

Focus on the fundamentals feat. Will Thalheimer (Part 3)

In the third and final part of our interview with Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research, Karen, Krista, and Will discuss the importance of learning goals in program design and the future of learning in a post-pandemic world.

Focus on the fundamentals feat. Will Thalheimer (Part 2)

In Part 2 of our interview with Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research, Karen, Krista, and Will discuss how Learning & Development teams can build upon the foundation provided by the science of learning to better utilize evolving virtual tools and skillsets.

Focus on the fundamentals feat. Will Thalheimer (Part 1)

In Part 1 of our interview with Will Thalheimer of Work-Learning Research, Karen, Krista, and Will discuss why more organizations should go back to the basics when it comes to training. More from Will Thalheimer: https://www.worklearning.com/about/

L&D + Marketing: How to get the best of both worlds (Part 2)

On this episode of Your Brain On..., Karen and Krista continue their conversation on how to form a strategic partnership between your Learning & Development and Marketing teams. This is Part 2 of our two-part series.

L&D + Marketing: How to get the best of both worlds (Part 1)

In this episode of Your Brain On..., Karen and Krista exchange tips on how to form a strategic partnership between your Learning & Development and Marketing teams. This is Part 1 of a two-part series.

Why self-directed learning matters (Part 2)

Karen and Krista are back with Part 2 of their discussion on self-directed learning. Make sure to check out Part 1 to catch up!

Why self-directed learning matters (Part 1)

You know the feeling: it's been a long day of Zoom conferences and deck building, and the last thing you want is more homework. So are those few extra minutes of individual research really worth your time? In Part 1 of our two-part series, Karen and Krista explain why self-directed learning is crucial in the age of Covid-19.

You're a lot worse at multitasking than you think.

Karen and Krista reveal how effective multitasking is a myth, and what that means for planning virtual training sessions during the pandemic.

Should we tailor training to an individual's preferred learning style?

"Are you a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner?" You've probably seen more than a few online quizzes promising you the answer to that question. On this episode of Your Brain On..., Karen and Krista discuss what research reveals about learning styles, and what it all means for remote learning in the age of COVID-19.

Five key steps to boosting the impact of L&D (Part 2)

Karen Foster and Krista Gerhard complete their discussion on the five steps that can help L&D professionals better meet the needs of their learners and business partners as they increase their value and effectiveness as strategic partners. This is the final part of a two-part discussion. Read Krista's article in L-Ten here: https://www.l-ten.org/page/Oct2019StrategicValue

Five key steps to boosting the impact of L&D (Part 1)

Karen Foster and Krista Gerhard explore the five steps that can help L&D professionals better meet the needs of their learners and business partners as they increase their value and effectiveness as strategic partners. This is part one of a two-part discussion. Read Krista's article in L-Ten here: https://www.l-ten.org/page/Oct2019StrategicValue

Navigating the shift to virtual learning (Part 3)

In the last part of our three-part series on virtual learning, Your Brain On... by Salience Learning hosts Karen Foster and Krista Gerhard wrap up their discussion on learning and development strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges of virtual learning and lessons for keeping your team up-to-date online.

Navigating the shift to virtual learning (Part 2)

In part two of a three-part series on virtual learning, Your Brain On... by Salience Learning hosts Karen Foster and Krista Gerhard continue their discussion on learning and development strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges of virtual learning and lessons for keeping your team up-to-date online.

Navigating the shift to virtual learning (Part 1)

On this premier episode of Your Brain On... by Salience Learning, hosts Karen Foster and Krista Gerhard discuss learning and development strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenges of virtual learning and lessons for keeping your team up-to-date online. This is part one of a three-part series on virtual learning.