Webinar

Get in the FLOW #2: How to use e-Learning for corporate change

April 29, 2021 02:00 PM Europe/Brussels

e-Learning is a powerful tool to communicate in a specific way to meet various objectives. And thus the ideal way to support corporate change. From re-training current staff, passing on and convincing co-workers of the company values, to involving your employees in the social responsibility you wish to propagate and more. 

During this edition of Get in the FLOW, you will see practical examples of how Alken Maes and Suez were able to achieve change with the use of e-Learning. 

 

Join the webinar and learn how e-Learning can support you to:

  • Inform and communicate effectively 
  • Check people's understanding of the information 
  • Help your employees develop new skills 
  • Track and increase your employees engagement

 

AGENDA (CEST timezone):

The waiting room opens at 13:30 where you can watch an introduction of FLOWSPARKS. If you're not familiar with our tool yet, we recommend you to follow this to get the most out of the webinar. 

  • 14:00 - Kick-off: Welcome
  • 14:05 - Customer case Alken Maes (the Heineken company)
  • 14:35 - Customer case Suez
  • 15:05 - Wrap-up overview  
  • 15:15 Breakout session (30' interactive session for further questions and dialogue in Teams. Language: English or Dutch)

The webinar will be available on demand. If you register for the event you'll receive the recordings afterward. 

 

SPEAKER DETAILS:

Jana Hindryckx

HR Business Partner Commerce & Support , Alken Maes (the Heineken company)

At Alken-Maes the sales team had to face a large-scale transformation. By first mapping all processes and learning gaps, they came up with a comprehensive blended learning path. Jana will share and show how they tackled such a corporate change.

Pascale Hermans

HR Manager Talent & Development, Suez

Suez a global expert in the water and waste sector with many sites all over the world. Discover how they developed a change of mindset and had a big impact on the workflow of their blue-collar workers with their e-Learning called 'Lifesaving principles.'

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