Thursday, May 27 | 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. E.T.

Most learning professionals are familiar with blended learning and its applications. This modality is a useful approach to designing more comprehensive training opportunities. While implementing an enterprise-wide program utilizing blended learning has various challenges and dependencies, it can also be quite rewarding. This session will provide insights into a homegrown blended learning program through its continuous evolution over past two years and beyond.

Join us for this Training Industry L&D Insider Series session. Your presenter, Neha Trivedi, CPTM, of Alight Solutions, will share her journey on implementing blended learning through an ever-evolving, enterprise-wide initiative in this interactive session, as well as share lessons learned and best practices.

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

  • Transforming learning offerings into scalable blended learning solutions.
  • Creating impact through blended learning.
  • Challenges, opportunities and best practices for blended learning.

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Speaker

Neha Trivedi, MA, CPTM, Human Resources Director, Alight Solutions
Neha Trivedi, MA, CPTM is the human resources director on the global integrated talent management team at Alight Solutions. In her current role as an enterprise learning innovator and strategist, she also partners with business functions on learning and methods to help them optimize the use of their learning experience platforms. She is a certified coach, trainer and facilitator. She combines her cultural and applied anthropology background and a quality, compliance and risk management lens to create sustainable and scalable learning solutions. She has honed her learning and development skills over twenty years leading teams in a variety of industries – from pharma, food manufacturing, consulting, non-profit management, technology and more. In her free time, you’ll find her reading, hiking with her husband or at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, Illinois, where she is an animal behavior zoo monitor volunteer.