Virtual Learning: Design Thinking: What You Don’t Know Might Hurt You
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 Export to Your Calendar 8/18/2020
When: 8/18/2020
12:00 PM- 1:00 PM
Where: Virtual Learning Event
Contact: Admin Director

Online registration is available until: 8/18/2020
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Virtual Learning: Design Thinking: What You Don’t Know Might Hurt You

Event Overview:

We know that learning and development are key components of a successful enterprise. But how can we be certain that we are providing learning on topics that are beneficial to our employees, at a time when they are most ready to learn, while simultaneously being aligned with business goals? Join us for this webinar where we examine the Discovery stage of Design Thinking to learn practical applications for applying empathy and human-centered thinking to learning and development programming.  

Our learning objectives for the event will be:

  • Gain knowledge about the process of Design Thinking generally
  • Learn specifically how to utilize the “Discovery” phase of Design Thinking to improve learning and development engagement and effectiveness
  • Learn specific tools and methods to integrate Discovery processes into workflow
  • Apply empathy and human-centered approaches to current HR challenges

This program has been submitted for SHRM and HRCI recertification credit hour.

Event Information:
Program 12:00-1:00 PM

Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email

Members/Non-Members/Students: $15

Speaker Information:
Joe Watson, CEO of Go Big Creative Lab, has over 20 years of experience as a design thinker and educator. Over the course of his career, Joe has provided strategic development for hundreds of organizations, ranging from startups and non-profits to Fortune 100 companies. He currently creates and facilitates custom design thinking programs, workshops, and sprints for organizations looking to problem solve and innovate.




Cleveland SHRM is committed to the full inclusion of all its members. As part of this commitment starting January 2017, CSHRM will make every attempt to ensure that all members with disabilities are provided a reasonable accommodation to participate to the highest degree possible in all CSHRM activities. Accommodations will be provided to CSHRM members through collaborative efforts with the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, local non-profits, and other community organizations to acquire accommodations that are being provided to CSHRM members.

To request an accommodation for a workshop or CSHRM activity, please contact the Reasonable Accommodation Coordinator below.
Katti Sorboro
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