Anna Jokisch, Senior Learner Marketing Consultant, and Harmy Ghataore, Key Account Executive, present in this webinar how Henkel, a global company with more than 53,000 employees in five regions, has transformed its classroom-only training portfolio into an enriched blended training offer to meet the needs of an increasingly complex and dynamic environment. Two versions are available for each former classroom training course: one with a mix of virtual and face-to-face facilitation and one with fully virtual classrooms.
In this project, the company was looking to replace partially outdated training elements with a new and globally applicable "blended learning concept" that fosters social learning and leverages the value added by expert facilitation. CrossKnowledge was chosen as a strategic partner to provide a new learning experience for Henkel employees worldwide, regardless of hierarchy or location.
What were the goals of this program?
- Provide a consistent learning experience for all employees, regardless of location or hierarchy
- Provide meaningful human-centered touchpoints in a hybrid work environment
- Align the competencies of employees worldwide
- Empower employees to proactively shape their own development
- Promote sustainable learning and the application in the workplace
- Foster social learning
- Dramatically increase the number of active learners while reducing costs for learning
Watch our webinar showcasing learning programs that have won the Brandon Hall Award for "Best Learning Program Supporting A Change Transformation Business Strategy” and the e-Learning Journal Award for "Social Learning."
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Stacey VanderHeiden Güney is a Learning Evangelist leveraging technology and innovation to increase learning and performance in the workplace. She is the Manager of Global Learning Platforms, Content, and Tools for ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel company and also working on a new learning initiative in India with AMNS India. Previously, as Founding Director of the Every Learner Everywhere Network, she led the national deployment of the digital learning strategy on behalf of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – their largest post-secondary education investment. In this role, she worked to strengthen an innovative and healthy digital learning eco-system through support of ongoing network activities, grantee collaborations, and fiduciary management of the network. Prior to this, she was the visionary behind the planning of the Austin Community College Highland Campus and the Founding Executive Director of the ACCelerator – the world’s largest technology-enhanced learning environment. She is a Board Certified Coach with designations as a Career Coach and Executive/Corporate/Business/Leadership Coach with a specialization in Resilience and Mental Toughness Coaching. She has earned a Ph.D. in Learning Technologies from the University of North Texas, a MS in Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis, and a BA in Physics, Math, and English from Greenville University.
Vincent Maurin is a digital learning specialist with 20 years of experience in the design and deployment of learning environments for a large organization. He has been involved in many different aspects of digital learning, ranging from design, production, deployment, IT and HRIS integration, marketing, communication, and change management. His main areas of expertise are usability, learning, cognition, marketing, communication, technology, graphic design, video, and web culture. He is currently a learning partner at ArcelorMittal University.
I am a lifelong learner and supporter of all things digital. My 10 years of experience @ CrossKnowledge and Wiley have allowed me to learn from leading companies on how to build effective learning cultures and on how to deliver impactful learning that lasts.My passions drive me forward whether that is discovering a new podcast, aspiring to become an amateur mountaineer or figuring-out the day’s Wordle.