'The Dopamine Effect': How enterprise companies can make learning like a runner’s high

by Jennifer Burak |

“The Dopamine Effect” and the positive impact it can have on learning, is just part of the subject matter our VP of partnerships and sales, Greg Adamietz, and Kaltura's SVP of Enterprise & Education, Justin Beck, will explore when they share the stage together at Learning Solutions 2017 on Thursday, March 23.

The conference, put on by The eLearning Guild, is dedicated to exploring the different technologies that are disrupting the status quo of learning and development today.

Their session, “Interactive Video: Building an Emotional Connection to Drive Behavior,” will cover everything from “The State of Video In the Enterprise” to the challenges faced with employee engagement, learning and behavior, and how interactive video overcomes those challenges.

Greg and Justin will specifically focus on branching interactive video where user experience, control, the dopamine effect, and relevance all contribute to building the emotional connection that produces an engaged and vested individual.

Make sure to join the session to learn:

  • 3 ways to change your thinking about your content to break through the clutter
  • How interactive video helps get your users to critical emotional mass
  • How to take advantage of the “gratitude effect” to drive action and desired behaviors
  • About rapid development tools for interactive video in the marketplace today
  • How to derive data and insights that enable you to justify your content investment

Learning Solutions 2017 is from March 22 to 24 in Orlando, FL. Don't miss our speaking session on Thursday, March 23 at 1 p.m. Click here to schedule a meeting with us, or you can find us at Booth #317 where we'll be demoing how to build an interactive video experience with our platform. See you there!

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