Start, Grow, and Manage a Learning Community of Practice In this session, you’ll gain ideas and techniques that you can apply to improve the way your community members learn, collaborate, and grow. Learning doesn’t stop after training. Informal, social learning has taken off through communities of practice. In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn specific ways to engage learners, boost participation, and grow and manage your learning community. Daniel Jones shared specific examples from his experiences building and managing global learning communities. Explore social media and collaboration tools, and identify engaging online and face-to-face activities to drive learner participation and involvement. At the end of this webinar, you’ll have dozens of ideas and techniques that you can apply immediately to improve the way your community members learn, collaborate, and grow. Watch now! Speaker: Daniel Jones Daniel Jones helps learning professionals and business managers start, grow, and manage learning communities of practice to keep learning and collaboration alive outside the classroom. As a training manager with a global insurance company, Dan has launched learning communities for project management and corporate sales professionals that have grown to over 1,900 members each. He’s an experienced classroom trainer, webinar host, and social media for learning maven with over 25 years of experience in the training and development field. Dan holds a Master of Business Administration from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and a Bachelor of Arts in International Business and French from Grove City College, Pennsylvania, United States. In addition, Dan earned a continuing education certificate in training and human resources development from the University of California at Berkeley, and a certificate in technical communication from the University of California at Los Angeles. Based in Switzerland, Dan enjoys hiking in the Swiss Alps, visiting European cities on weekend breaks, and trying all sorts of Swiss chocolate. He speaks German and French, and is currently learning Polish.