Friday, August 17, 2018

Upcoming Behavioral Health Webinar


August 29, 2018
2:00 PM EST


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Leveraging Learning Best Practices to Increase Engagement and Improve Outcomes
Addiction and recovery are subject matters that include knowledge areas, a unique language and vocabulary, and require learning, often with a steep learning curve. All of this occurs at a time when patients's minds are compromised due to recent use of drugs and alcohol. Our patients and clients are actually “learners” in this new environment and our clinical staff members are the “educators.” Do you leverage proven learning principles and best practices when developing or implementing your curriculum? In this session you will:
  • Identify opportunities within your program where learning best practices can be applied
  • Assess your approach to curriculum development and identify current gaps
  • Learn the basics and importance of addressing different learning styles and the benefits of their use
  • Assess your current curriculum and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Set one goal to take back to your organization
Tom Karl founded R1 as the result of his own personal experiences in addiction and recovery. The idea for Discovery Cards came to Tom following a relapse when he noted a lack of practical tools in addiction treatment settings. He has used the creation of the tools to help him better understand himself and address his own personal challenges. Through R1, Tom’s goal is to put impactful self-discovery tools into the hands of individuals in recovery and empower them to change their lives. Tom has 25+ years of experience in learning and development, and employee engagement, working with global companies, government agencies, and education institutions.

Prior to R1, Tom was the Senior Vice President at Lee Hecht Harrison and a Partner with MasteryWorks. At Lee Hecht Harrison, Tom was the Global Practice Lead for Employee Engagement and Career Development Solutions where he led the go-to-market strategy for all products and services. In his role, Tom consulted with clients to design, develop, and implement learning solutions to address their pressing human capital needs. At MasteryWorks, Tom led the product strategy to create the first multi-language career portal learning solution in the industry (including assessment tools, e-learning modules, career discussion planners, articles, and links to existing organization HR technologies and career resources). MasteryWorks seminars, assessment tools, and career portals were licensed and deployed globally. Tom, with his partner and team, built an international reputation for career planning and was acquired by Lee Hecht Harrison in 2014 after a two-decade strategic partnership.
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