April 5, 2011 | 8:00 – 10:00 AM | Clyde’s of Gallery Place | Washington, DC
Tagoras research shows that the majority of associations now deliver some form of education online – whether through Webinars, self-paced courses, virtual conferences, or a variety of other methods. But while usage is high, organizational satisfaction rates and overall success with online education lag behind. What are successful organizations doing to get great results? Which strategies and tactics make the most sense for your learning initiatives?
In this interactive Leading Learning session, we’ll dig into how membership organizations are approaching online education and what the secrets to success might be. We’ve put together a great panel of association learning leaders to discuss the strategies that have worked – or not – on the road to building successful online education programs.
- Lloyd Tucker, Deputy Executive Director, Society for Technical Communication
- Lisa Nguyen, Manager of Professional Development, American Psychiatric Nurses Association
- John Schulte, Executive Director, National Air Duct Cleaners Association
We’ll discuss each panelist’s product strategy decisions as well as their pricing, distribution, and promotion strategies. Attendees will come away with actionable advice for boosting enrollments, revenue, and learner satisfaction.
Tickets for this event are $49 each (includes breakfast) and the event will take place at Clyde’s of Gallery Place on April 5. Doors will open at 8:00 and there will be time for networking and a continental breakfast. At 8:30, we’ll dive into the session, which will feature a blend of presentation and facilitated, interactive dialogue between the panel and attendees. We’ll wrap up by 10:00, with a bit of time at the end for additional networking, and plenty of time for you to get back to the office and have a productive day. Come prepared with your burning questions and unique perspectives.
Who Should Attend
This session is intended for staff of membership organizations. If you work for an association or non-profit, and are someone who helps to lead the learning initiatives offered by your organization, this event is for you. The session will be geared toward executives and their staff who are responsible for executing the organization’s education strategy.
Consultants and Suppliers
If you are not employed by an association or nonprofit, but you have clients or customers who are, please contact Jeff Cobb (jeff [at] tagoras.com) about registration options. More details
About Learning Leaders
Hosted by Tagoras, an independent research and consulting firm, Learning Leaders is a Washington, DC-based series of breakfast meetings where association executives and senior managers can explore emerging opportunities in learning technologies and develop strategies for growing their educational programs and market presence.