With so much information available, it is hard to know where to start. Making the move online is challenging. Many organizations are struggling to find ways to cut costs and increase reach without sacrificing the quality of training. With dramatic growth projected in virtual learning classes, the challenge remains how to transfer live in-person training to a live online experience. In this audiobook you'll learn about the 9 time-tested rules required to create a high-quality, highly-engaging training experience, and discover what it takes to successfully transfer your in-person classrooms to live online classrooms. With the resources, tools, and rules found in The Learning Explosion, you will be the spark that ignites your virtual training.
Matt Murdoch is FranklinCoveys Global Director of Online Learning. For more than 20 years Matt has held many strategic management roles. While at FranklinCovey he has served as Head of Corporate Marketing, Director of FranklinCoveys International Symposiums, Director of Product Management and Marketing, and Director of Web Development. Matts team has successfully designed and implemented LiveClicks webinar workshops FranklinCoveys virtual classrooms that effectively distribute an industry leading catalog of training workshops to clients around the world. Matt holds an MBA from the University of Utah with emphases in Marketing and Information Technology. He enjoys summer and winter outdoor activities in the Rocky Mountains where he lives with his wife and four children.
Treion Muller is FranklinCoveys Chief eLearning Architect, responsible for all online-learning development initiatives. Treion has been with FranklinCovey for five years, in which time he has helped develop and launch several successful products, including FranklinCoveys LiveClicks webinars FranklinCoveys first delivery channel that effectively distributes a catalog of FranklinCovey training workshops to clients via virtual classrooms. Treion brings his experience from being a corporate trainer, recruiter, instructional designer, and keynote speaker to his position as elearning architect. He holds a master's degree in instructional technology from Utah State University with an emphasis in blended learning. Originally from South Africa, Treion has lived in Utah for the past 15 years, where he spends most of his offline time with his talented wife and five amazing children.