Behaviour change through emotional investment is the focus of Saffron Interactive’s seminar at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum on 18 June.
Learners are working longer, harder, and with less job security. So why should they care about driving through the changes that organisations need to survive? Next week a seminar by Saffron Interactive will demonstrate how e-learning can play an indispensable role in creating emotional investment.
‘Engaged employees have an intrinsic, emotional bond with their organisations’ goals’ says Toby Harris, creative lead at Saffron Interactive. ‘They are far more likely to embrace new systems and drive essential business change. But unfortunately, most e-learning courses and platforms do little or nothing to foster this emotional bond.’
The seminar will draw upon case studies including award winning e-learning on mental resilience at Transport for London and a successful sustainability programme at Balfour Beatty.
A brand new course on mental health and human rights developed with Amnesty International will also be on show. It uses diagnostics, storytelling and personalised action plans.
‘Building on the idea of me-learning we introduced in January,’ Toby continues, ‘our seminar is going to show visitors how to use e-learning to produce a palpable return on emotional investment in difficult times.’
Saffron Interactive (Stand 20) develops bespoke digital learning experiences and open-source platforms for public and private sector organisations. Attendees will be able to demo its newest offerings for learning, talent and social networking.
Saffron’s seminar takes place in Theatre 3 at 12:15pm.
The Learning Technologies Summer Forum is free and takes place on 18 June. Register for your place here.