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Embracing Technology to Improve Human Relationships

Date: Thursday, June 7, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60-minutes

The digital revolution is here and it’s changing how we work, and how we learn.  And while technology is powerful in many ways, it can’t replicate our innately human traits; listening, teamwork, empathy, leadership, building relationships, building trust, and so on. What if we could leverage technology to support and improve these more human traits?  How can we find a balance and better yet, use technology to support the effectiveness of all of our human interactions?  Learn how Insights is embracing technology to leverage and enhance our humanity. 

In this webinar, you’ll discover:

  • How to keep people at the heart of your organization in a tech-driven world and how this will positively impact your business outcomes
  • Learning theories that support a future of tech-enabled, human relationships
  • The future of learning and how to cater to the needs of tomorrow’s learners

Sponsored by:

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Speakers:

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   Doug Upchurch
   
Chief Learning Architect

   Insights

Known as a passionate and interactive facilitator and speaker, Doug focuses on helping leaders and teams increase their effectiveness through self-discovery, authenticity, adapting, and connecting. With over 26 years of experience in the Learning and Development industry and 17 years with Insights, Doug has worked with a variety of teams at all levels in a variety of industries including high-tech, pharmaceutical, biotech/life sciences, energy, health care, real estate, and more. Doug’s approach and style is to help teams find the answers themselves by asking the right questions. Doug has worked with groups of people from 1 to 1,000 given his significant experience as both a coach and keynote speaker.

Doug is currently Chief Learning Architect for Insights. Prior to this he worked as Head of People Development. Previously, he worked with the Insights Executive and Regional Management Teams as a Strategic Consultant. He was also Head of Community Development/Chief Learning Officer for 5 years.  Doug joined Insights in 1999 when he started the first US office in Austin, TX. In 2003, he became CEO for North America looking after the US and Canada Regional Office Support. Prior to joining Insights, Doug spent 10 years in the IT training industry including two years as the Executive Director of the IT Training Association, (ITTA).

He currently lives in Portland, Oregon.