Workshop Description

PC004 Embracing Technology in Learning and Development Roles

In an era where the digital landscape is rapidly evolving, the need for Learning and Development (L&D) professionals to seamlessly integrate technology into their practices has never been more critical. This engaging session explores the dynamic interplay between learning and technology, offering L&D practitioners the insights and tools necessary to flourish in a digitized environment. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of technology's pivotal role in contemporary L&D strategies and discover a wealth of specific resources and tools designed to elevate the learning experience.

Through actionable strategies, we will explore effective collaboration with tech experts to innovate and tailor solutions that advance L&D objectives. This session also emphasizes the importance of a proactive learning mindset, particularly in tech-related fields, encouraging participants to embrace continuous learning and adaptability as key drivers of success in the digital age. Join us to explore practical ways to evolve and adapt as an L&D professional in the digital landscape, ensuring you stay at the forefront of learning innovation.


Level: Beginner

Workshop Instructor

Deborah G. Harris, Chief Learning Strategist at iCU Learning

For the last 15 years, Deborah has been bringing her non-caffeinated energy and unique delivery to a variety of training spaces including: Financial Aid Regulations & Processing, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Practices, Medical Device Sales, and more. Fluent in Haitian-Creole and French, Deborah's BBA from Florida Atlantic University is in International Business & Trade. A creative and innovative instructor whether in-person or virtually, she has a flair for making heavily regulated and complex materials digestible, while challenging learners to open themselves to growth and explore new perspectives. Deborah is also a certified trainer in both Situational Leadership® Essentials and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace.


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