18 Feb 21 March 2019: Engagement, impact and the road ahead: tessello User Forum
|Date||21st MAR / 2019|
|Times||9.00 AM – 12:00 PM|
|Venue||The Studio, 30 Berners Street, London W1|
Join the team and your fellow tessello users at our first User Forum event.
We’ve spent a lot of time recently thinking about the vision for our next phase of development.
The time has come to share our findings with the people who really matter to our learning platform’s evolution: tessello’s learners, leaders, curators and admins.
In other words – YOU.
The new roadmap finds tessello at an exciting phase of its journey, but it’s nothing without you. So take this opportunity to have your voice heard and ensure our plans for growth align with all your learning needs and ambitions.
You told us that two of the big themes that matter to you are engagement and impact. Helping your learners to get on board, and making their time on the platform count towards individual and organisational goals.
With these issues in mind, we have prepared a choice selection of sessions to help you get the most from your platform and take your community platform to the next level.
At the User Forum in Brightwave’s central London Learning Studio, the leaders of team tessello will share our new roadmap and their insights into the development – what’s now, what’s next, and what’s in store for the future of the wider learning technology ecosystem.
Then roll your sleeves up for practical sessions and exercises, where we will explore case studies from tessello super-users on how to smash your learning challenges and overcome the obstacles facing today’s social learning teams:
Forming the tessello habit: Learner engagement across generation- and gender-gaps
Monica Hirst, National Officer at UNISON and head of the Learning Space
How do you create digital cultures where people love to learn if they aren’t comfortable online? What do you do when loud voices are crowding out other learners at the expense of your tessello community itself?
And just how do you kick-start learning community engagement in the first place – and share its impact and benefits across the whole organisation?
Find out how to:
- Develop traditional teams into active online learning communities
- Reach out to groups-within-groups and align them with organisational priorities
- Guide groups of diverse, talented individuals to become their best selves
- Knit distant users into a cohesive community with a shared purpose
We will also look at how to use tessello’s new and improved Management Centre and analytics suite to design dashboards that tell you what you really need to know about your learning and development goals.
Join us to find out all the latest information on your learning platform, network with your tessello peers, and get a unique glimpse at the future of the learning and development market.
Email tessello product owner Simon Emery to attend on March 21st.