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174 | Use Microlearning to Solve Engagement and Performance Problems with Isaac Tolpin

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Isaac is one of the founders of ConveYour.com, the #1 Microlearning platform for learner engagement.

He’s a tech entrepreneur and futurist at heart, on a mission to enable brands to align their training with human behavior leading to breakthrough learner engagement.

His success come from understanding the relationships between human behavior, business, and technology. This expertise has helped celebrity influencers and companies transform their training programs.

In This Episode, Isaac Reveals …

  • The vision behind his company, ConveYour.com, what makes them unique and who they serve.
  • What “Learner Trust” is, and what the right ingredients are to improve it.
  • What microlearning is, why it creates a deeper learning experience for employees, and what the new data says about microlearning learner completion in companies like Capital One.
  • Some best practices to improve engagement and boost employee performance.

Resources & Links

Want to see ConveYour in action?

  • text #corporate to 541-516-1882
    (it will then send you a link to a course entitled “Microlearning Blueprint”)

Isaac Tolpin

ConveYour.com

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