ATD 2019 International Conference & Exposition


The World’s Largest Talent Development Conference

May 19-22 | Washington, D.C.



The ATD 2019 International Conference & Exposition provides learning and development professionals with the knowledge, strategies, and solutions needed to effectively attract, develop, and retain top talent. This event shares the latests trends, best practices, and for designing, delivering, implementing, and measuring learning programs. Qstream will be exhibiting and speaking at the event, we will see you there!


Speaking Sessions:


5 Ways Microlearning Can Make a Difference to Business Performance
Sunday, May 19 | 3:00 PM – 4:00 | Room: 101, Convention Center


Can you measure if your eLearning solutions and programs are developing the critical thinking skills learners need to impact performance?  Training hard skills and fact-based knowledge for knowledge-intensive jobs or complex industries is an important foundation, but how do learning leaders know whether employees possess the situational fluency to apply this new-found knowledge effectively in real-time for better outcomes?  Join this talk for 5 microlearning must haves to ensure programs result in tangible results, including:

  • Learner-centric delivery of content that engages and stimulates critical thinking
  • Leading indicators that identify if teams have the capabilities needed to meet performance and business goals
  • Personalization of coaching interactions to engage learners and accelerate job proficiency
  • Real-world evidence of these 5 principles in action





Microlearning: Making a Tangible Difference in Healthcare Training and Patient Outcomes
Tuesday, May 21 | 3:00 PM – 4:00 | Room: 209, Convention Center


The use of microlearning in healthcare training and delivery to improve job proficiency is growing. In particular, contextual learning is proven to result in powerful behavior change and improved critical thinking skills. While healthcare training typically focuses on hard skills and fact-based knowledge, the ability to apply these skills in real-world situations is vital. This session explores five key aspects of microlearning in healthcare.





Rich Lanchantin, CEO, Qstream