“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I learn.”
Executive education programmes offer intensive educational retreats for business leaders, focusing on cultivating the soft skills that will enable them to be more effective at the individual, team, and organisational levels.
On the 10th of June, Hubble Studios’ experts Suné Vosloo (Project Manager) and Elizabeth Jahncke (Senior Learning Designer) discussed the team’s approach to a need from the Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education (CJBS): develop an online leadership training programme for entry and mid-level employees at a large NGO based in the United States. However, some thought had to be provided to develop bespoke collaborative content that would reach a staff-base scattered across the world.
What was discussed?
In this session, learn how the team translated a face-to-face program for the C-suite to an online experience for entry and mid-level employees working at a global NGO, with a particular focus on:
- Differentiation and customisation: Insights into developing accessible executive education programmes.
- Collaboration processes: Practical tips on working with SMEs to adapt content for online learning.
- Levelled learning experiences: Tips on adapting content for various audiences.
Why should you watch it?
Fundamentally, as we move away from face-to-face programmes, online content should seek to provide the learner with active engagement that makes the content sticky. But how can you achieve this?
The CJBS project poses an interesting case study into the ins-and-outs of creating an interactive course for people with busy lives. This webinar is best suited for:
- Those interested in accessible executive education/leadership programmes;
- Programme managers/education providers who are considering a blended learning approach to their programmes, or who are pushing to bring the majority of their face-to-face programmes online in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis; and
- Learning development specialists tasked with supporting leadership development across organisations
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