The situation created by the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19 has made it necessary for most of us to re-think our learning businesses and make rapid, often difficult decisions to get by in the short term. But what will the longer term look like? How will the decisions we're making today impact us next year? What are the key challenges or opportunities we need to address?
No one has all the answers, of course, but as a community, we can help each other find more clarity. In this live conversation, Celisa and Jeff will be joined by Connective members Mona Johnson, Maddie Grant, and Jack Coursen, and--we hope--you to discuss how we can thrive right now as well as how we can better prepare for the future.
The session leaders will come ready to talk about actions their organizations have taken and offer their perspectives, but this is definitely intended as a conversation. So, we hope you will come prepared to share what you are doing and your perspective on the future.
Celisa Steele and Jeff Cobb, co-founders of Tagoras and Leading Learning
Mona Johnson, MBA, CAE, managing director, SRNT University, Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT)
Jack Coursen, director, ASHA Professional Development, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
Maddie Grant, culture designer and digital strategist at Human Workplaces