Intuition Knowledge Network – Webinars
Our webinars are designed to engage and inspire our audiences. We aim to schedule our sessions around the topics & themes that matter most, alongside experts who are shaping the future of work.
How To Create A Real Connection With A Virtual Audience
Join us on Tuesday, December 1st for our live webinar: How to Create A Real Connection With A Virtual Audience.
On the day, L&D expert Brian Patman will explain how you can create a connection with a virtual audience using 2 simple tactics – know and care about your presentation subject and apply a structure for engagement.
The Economic Push Past COVID-19: The Path To Recovery
This webinar, presented in September 2020, provided a framework for the main plausible paths of economic and financial market recovery beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. The focus was on a selection of G20 economies together with some key thematic asset class investment and financial market implications that may flow from the analysis.
Bridging the Skills Gap: Today’s Workers & Tomorrow’s Workplace
In this session, Claire Tunley (Chief Executive of the Financial Services Skills Commission) and Tanuj Kapilashrami (Group Head of HR at Standard Chartered Bank) explored the challenges facing skills-intensive industries and the part digital learning technologies can play in bridging the gap between today’s workers and tomorrow’s needs.
Adjusting How Your Organization Approaches Diversity & Inclusion
This session with Mike Burns, a global expert on strategic leadership, diversity, and inclusion outlines a framework to build cultures of understanding, acceptance and positive amplification – ultimately leading to organizational excellence, goal attainment and long-term growth.
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Virtual Learning 101
In the face of widespread coronavirus lockdowns, classroom engagements have been canceled and virtual instructor-led training (vILT) sessions are more necessary than ever.
Failure to account for the differences in online delivery, however, often leads to a poor user experience and poor learning outcomes.