Webinar: Microlearning: The Key to Building a Safety Culture, One Employee at a Time

An on-demand EHS Today-hosted webinar, sponsored by Axonify

Date: This webinar is available on-demand.
Originally Broadcast: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 | 2:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4, New York)
Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: Live Webinar
Cost: Free

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Companies with the best safety records inherently understand the business benefits of valuing safety, both directly (reduced costs) and indirectly (improved morale and productivity). They get that safety needs to be rooted in the mindsets, attitudes, and behaviors of their workforce and leadership. And they truly believe in the importance of building a deeply ingrained safety culture.

But how do you get there? It’s difficult. It’s daunting. But it’s now possible with Microlearning!

This proven, science-based approach makes training irresistible and ingrains knowledge deep enough to keep safety top of mind—ultimately, changing on-the-job employee behaviors to deliver significant results, like reduced safety incidents.

Join this EHS webinar to learn:

  • What Microlearning is all about
  • How Microlearning can play a crucial role in shaping your safety culture 
  • What to look for in a Microlearning solution
  • How leading organizations are putting Microlearning at the core of their safety culture efforts and seeing tremendous success



Carol Leaman, CEO, Axonify Inc.

Carol Leaman is the CEO of Axonify Inc., a disruptor in the corporate learning space and innovator behind the Axonify Microlearning Platform—proven to increase employee knowledge and performance necessary for achieving targeted business results. Prior to Axonify, Carol was the CEO of PostRank Inc., a social engagement analytics company that she sold to Google in June 2011. Previously, Carol held CEO positions at several other technology firms, including RSS Solutions and Fakespace Systems. Carol is a frequent speaker, a regular contributor to Fortune magazine and a well-respected thought leader, whose articles appear in various learning, business and technology publications. She also sits on the boards of many organizations, both charitable and for-profit, and advises a variety of high-tech firms in Canada’s technology triangle.

Carol has won multiple awards, including the Waterloo Region Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Intrepid Award (2011) and the Sarah Kirke Award (2010) for Canada’s leading female entrepreneur and she is a finalist for the Techvibes Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2017).

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This webinar will be conducted using a slides-and-audio format.  After you complete your registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar. 

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