Powered by Learning

Powered by Learning

Listen to Powered by Learning, a podcast produced by d’Vinci Interactive, to learn best practices for designing, developing, delivering, tracking and evaluating your learning and performance improvement programs. Hear learning and development leaders discuss the latest approaches to creating learning experiences that engage learners and achieve improved performance for individuals and organizations.... Show More

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September 21, 2020 18 min

Launching a new product requires collaboration, strategy and cooperation from team members across an organization. In this episode of Powered by Learning, d'Vinci Learning Solutions Director Jenny Fedullo and Host Susan Cort talk to Judi Bader of Inspire Brands, to learn how training is at the center of any successful product launch.

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Senior Director of Learning & Ops Experience at Inspire Brands Judi Bader leads t...

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Getting to know the audience is a critical first step before creating a learning solution – whether it's an in-person classroom training, eLearning course, video, or performance support piece. The demographics of the audience – like the learner’s generation – can play a big role in how they will receive that training. In this episode of Powered by Learning, d'Vinci's Lead Project Manager/Instructional Designer and Host ...

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Technology and systems are critical to running efficient operations at a large company. d’Vinci CEO Luke Kempski talks to Lisa Browning, Manager, Learning & Development Systems at The Hershey Company as she prepares training for an enterprise rollout of SAP S/4HANA . Lisa describes how systems training makes employees more productive across the organization and improves the bottom line.

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As she prepares f...

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As the learning industry evolves, so has the role of the instructional designer. Renowned learning experience designer, author and coach Connie Malamed, discusses the shift from Instructional Design to Learning Experience Design and the value it brings to the learner with host Susan Cort and co-host Jenica Jones. 

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eLearning Coach Connie Malamed helped coin the phrase “Learning Experience Design” yet many in the industry ...

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In this episode, learn from Dr. Janet Lockhart-Jones, a Leadership Strategist, Speaker, Executive Coach, and Corporate Trainer, as she shares best practices for creating successful virtual training events. Dr. Lockhart-Jones offers the dos and don’ts for hosting your next VILT session with Powered by Learning Host Susan Cort and co-host Jenny Fedullo. 

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Dr. Janet Lockhart-Jones is no stranger to virtual training. Now more ...

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May 6, 2020 31 min

In this first d'Vinci podcast, hear how the makers of iconic brands including Robert Mondavi Winery, SVEDKA Vodka and Corona Beer educate internal team members and commercial partners to build brands, expand distribution, and increase sales. Andi Carey the Director of Wine & Spirits Education from Constellation Brands joins host Susan Cort and co-host Angeline Evans to share how their training ensures that everyone is talki...

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