ELearning Guild Webinar on 6/18/14 – Post Event Q&A and Follow-up

The eLearning Guild is running a live webinar on “Extending the Blend with Performance Support” this afternoon at 1PM EDT. From what they are telling me, we could be close to maxing out 1,000 seats. Thank you in advance to all who are willing to invest an hour on this important topic.

In anticipation of more questions than we will have time to address, I am creating this blog as a post-event Q&A opportunity. Recognizing I do have a day job, I will make every attempt to provide timely answers to the questions we did not get a chance to answer or questions that surface after the event.

With regard to my day job with Intellinex – a Xerox Company, my passion and focus are to promote adoption of the Embedded Performance Support [EPS] discipline as an inclusive potential to any Learning & Performance Solution. To that end, I am willing to have a deeper discussion with any organization having the desire to investigate further. Contact me off-line at Gary.wise@xerox.com, and we can arrange a convenient time to explore the potential together.

I also welcome any feedback…good, bad or indifferent…on the webinar; am always looking to improve the information!

Best regards,

G.

Gary G. Wise
Learning & Performance Solutions Strategist
(317) 437-2555
Gary.wise@xerox.com
@gdogwise

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  1. Steve Cascone
    June 18, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    Gary, Thanks for your terrific session on Performance Support today. It is one of the most informative and polished presentations I’ve attended – ever! You were chock full of useful information and good examples in a very well structured presentation. And at the end you took us back to the beginning, full circle. I can both read and understand my notes. Amazing!

    • June 18, 2014 at 1:33 pm

      Steve, thanks for joining the webinar this afternoon. I very much appreciate the kind words and hope those notes are helpful in your own PS efforts. LEt me know if I can be of assistance.
      Take good care!
      G.

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