Jd Dillon | Founder
LearnGeek | United States

Jd Dillon, Founder, LearnGeek

JD Dillon is one of the most prolific authors and speakers in workplace learning today. With his practical approach, JD integrates science, technology, storytelling and pure common sense to enable employees, improve performance and drive business results.
For 20 years, JD has executed strategies for global organizations, including The Walt Disney Company, Kaplan, Brambles, and AMC Theatres. He is currently Chief Learning Architect with Axonify, where he partners with an award-winning team to solve business problems for leading organizations through modern learning practices and cutting-edge technology.
JD is also the founder of LearnGeek, which provides advising and educational services.
You can find JD on Twitter via @JD_Dillon or online at learngeek.co.

Appearances:



Workplace Learning Day 1 @ 09:15

Building a Smarter Learning Ecosystem

L&D doesn’t own workplace learning. WHAT?!?! Every organization is a complex ecosystem with a multitude of elements. Unfortunately, many L&D teams fail to take a holistic approach. Instead, they focus on their sphere of influence, which often revolves around formal training. Employees are left to struggle with mixed messages and contradictory priorities. This lessens the perceived value of L&D, stifles employee potential and hinders long-term business growth.

In this session, we’ll explore the components of a modern learning ecosystem. We’ll demonstrate how these components work together to empower employees and enable performance improvement. We’ll map popular L&D tactics, such as eLearning and performance support, to this framework. We’ll discuss challenges L&D may encounter when working to evolve a learning ecosystem. You’ll walk away with practical ideas that will help you start shifting your approach to learning so that you can meet the needs of today’s employees.

Workplace Learning Day 1 @ 09:45

Top Learning Trends Exposed: Transformative? Hype? Or just BS?

Forward thinking L&D professional are rightly embracing new trends as we try to shake up our profession and deliver greater value for our audience. But how do we know the difference between transformative ideas, distractions, and just BS?

This panel will introduce some popular - and a few less-known - emerging trends and provide the audience with an opportunity to vote on their perceived value before presenting a case for or against.

A highly interactive and entertaining session, this presentation will span microlearning, emerging technologies, new findings in cognitive psychology, marketing techniques and more.
last published: 15/May/19 01:25 GMT

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