The Future of the Workforce

Thursday, March 26 | 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. EST

The role of corporate learning has changed significantly and permanently now that most professionals carry the internet in their pockets. People are used to being able to get the answer to nearly any question almost immediately. Corporate learning can add value by helping people get to the most effective information more quickly and focusing their attention on the information that best drives corporate goals.

Join us for this TICE Virtual Conference session. Your presenters, Lisa Meece, learning partner in sales at STANLEY Security, and Stephanie Abel, learning leader at STANLEY Security, will review how STANLEY Security built a learning ecosystem consisting of several disparate but interlocking components, such as:

  • Knowledge database providing in-the-moment, actionable instruction to complete specific tasks.
  • Experiences allowing for practice and feedback on higher-level skills and concepts.
  • Leader support tools guiding and reinforcing the most effective content and techniques.

This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:

  • Creating a matrix of key components to build a learning ecosystem within your organization.
  • Lessons learned through introducing an ecosystem to an organization of over 10,000 employees.
  • Archetypal tools and experiences within the ecosystem.


Speaker

Lisa Meece, Learning Partner of Sales, STANLEY Security
Lisa Meece, MA has spent the last 20 years working to improve organizational performance. Lisa has been effective in a wide range of industries spanning from fast food and customer service to rocket science and brain surgery. Her consulting activities have included work both internal and external to major organizations. In 2010, she founded the Learning Architect Group, focused on designing dynamic learning interventions for organizations. She joined STANLEY Security in 2019 to implement a learning ecosystem that improved onboarding and drove measurable performance increases within the sales organization.
Lisa has also played an active role in creating learning for individuals and organizations. She was instrumental in creating a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works toward a positive future through STEM and humanitarian education, celebrating Star Trek’s technological and social legacy. She also helps individuals learn skills and techniques to improve their personal and professional relationships. You can find more about her work at www.lisameece.com.
Stephanie Abel, Learning Leader, STANLEY Security
Stephanie Abel, MS, is a learning leader for STANLEY Security based out of Fishers, Indiana. Stephanie has over 10 years of experience in corporate and higher educational curriculum design and facilitation, including being part of the award-winning global learning team at Cox Automotive and operating her own learning consulting firm. Stephanie now leads an internal facing learning group supporting over 10,000 employees in sales, technician, monitoring and operation roles.
Outside of work, Stephanie continues to learn through life with her partner, Chris, and daughter, Sadie Wray. Having grown up in a military family, Stephanie and her family appreciate time together traveling and experiencing the world.