The masterclasses are a series of expert-led interactive sessions designed to promote meaningful discussions and provide actionable hints and tips to take back to the workplace. All of the sessions are free to attend!
Friday 15 May 2020
10:45 – 11:15
The Power of Networking
Joan Keevill, Chair of the eLN, presents a practical and fun session that will help you actively build your network and learn why it’s no longer just what you know but also who!
Joan Keevill, eLearning Network
11:30 – 12:00
Is your culture killing your business?
Discover the impact of social pain and the power of an SPF Culture. We are working with many clients totally committed to supporting the wellbeing of their teams, and doing their best to enable a culture that provides emotional support to both women and men, yet there is still an extortionate amount of social pain (e.g. isolation, fear, disconnection, lack of influence, feeling misunderstood and not heard) impacting all the obvious metrics around absenteeism, presenteeism and work related stress. Mental Health First Aid is a great initiative, but is not even touching the sides in some organisations. Find out how we can make SPF (Social Pain Free) Cultures a reality.
13:30 – 14:00
Mentoring and being mentored: becoming a more reflective practitioner and progressing your career
Join eLN Directors Christine Locher and Jayne Davids in this interactive session to find out how mentoring benefits both mentors and mentees and how to make the most of the eLN’s mentoring scheme.
Christine Locher and Jayne Davids, eLearning Network
14:15 – 14:45
Learners are doing it for themselves
The democratisation of learning is coming, and learners are already voting with their feet.
Consumer learners are not just becoming self-directed but increasingly self-determined; they want to drive their own learning instead of having it prescribed.
Join us for an interactive, thought-provoking session with Nahdia Khan.
Nahdia Khan, Emerald Works
The organisers reserve the right to alter the masterclass programme or speakers in exceptional circumstances.