To skip the self-promotion, click the area where you could use some magic in your learning support.
I’ve been there …
Through it all there has been a single focus: Instructional design that improves the job performance of learners. This means leveraging the way brains actually work, to create the magic of an “ah-ha” moment, reinforce neural pathways, and help the learner become better at what they do.
For such wizardry I wield tools including Articulate Storyline, video and audio, print media, and leader guides for blended learning and ILTs (Instructor Led Training).
Creativity That Gets Down to Business:
I speak your language. From working in many roles, across a range of industries, I know to cut the ID (Instructional Design) jargon, talk straight, and adapt to the language and assumptions your learners trust and find persuasive.
Imagination and creativity are part of the magic I practice, but not just for show. They are solidly focused on moving your learners to the action that makes the difference you need.
Agile is another part, and it’s more than just a word for me. I’m a certified scrum master, know well that good ideas emerge throughout a project, and I have the expertise to suggest and/or apply those ideas to work magic on your finished product.
When John develops learning support ... learners develop and reinforce neural pathways ... and job performance improves.