We love this content, in fact we still find it as insightful, brilliant and hilarious as when we first created it. But times have changed and we are more mature, with more features and client problems solved than ever. So we have evolved into a Learning and Skills Platform, to more accurately reflect all of the new features, but don't worry we have kept all of the original THRIVE magic!
With personalisation and user experience central to the technology in our everyday lives, consumer expectations are higher than ever. So, why should your workplace learning technology stay stuck in the stone age?
If you’re looking to make the transition from a traditional LMS to an LXP, sign up and watch this free webinar where our Chief Customer and Product Officer, Danielle Hamilton, alongside special guest Naomi Edwards, L&D Administrator at Great Places Housing Group, share the differences between the two platforms and give you practical advice on the types of skills you need in place. As well as the steps you can take to create a culture of continuous learning.
Danielle Hamilton, Chief Customer & Product Officer at THRIVE
Danielle has spent her career helping organisations to adopt new approaches to learning technology, focusing on improving employee collaboration, communication and culture.
Having worked in the learn tech industry for 10 years, Dani has extensive experience working both in internal L&D and helping to push the envelope at leading businesses such as Kineo, Fuse and now THRIVE Learning.
She spearheads the roadmap vision for the THRIVE Learning Experience Platform, helping clients drive more effective employee engagement through social learning, personalisation, machine learning and more.
Naomi Edwards, L&D Administrator, Great Places Housing Group
Naomi is a digital learning enthusiast and the latest member of the Learning and Development team at Great Places Housing Association in Manchester.
Coming from a background in education and language teaching, she has experience of creating engaging resources to improve learning outcomes.
She has recently been creating content and curating resources on Thrive to encourage connection between colleagues, provide access to support and to onboard new starters.