In an increasingly remote learning landscape, the ability for industry trainers to provide safe, frequent workshops and lectures has become limited. Trainers and their audience of learners are in need of engaging, digital knowledge delivery formats that will allow them to communicate learning in a lasting and meaningful way.
What Does It Mean to be Part
of the Geflen Cohort?
Geflen is a Learning Experience Platform (LXP) that provides current training materials directly from industry leaders in unique and engaging formats.
As a trainer, you will have access to a state of the art digital platform for your materials, as well as full-service support for planning and execution of your storytelling.
As a part of the Geflen cohort, you will have the chance to add your story to the Harborline Collection, and will be able to reach a wide audience of individuals and corporations.
Cohort Driven Learning Catalog
Moving from DE&I to Belonging
Supplier Diversity & Upskilling
Addressing Post-Trauma Violence in the Workplace
Anti-Bullying & Respect in the Workplace
Access and insights from other Enterprise Learning Leaders
Comparative data benchmarking of learners across other organizations
Train the trainer sessions from Thought Leaders and Academic Partners
Full service support to optimize your digital workshop format and storytelling
Access to professional services for storytelling, videography, and more
Access to test audiences, including individuals as well as large enterprises
Insights and Progress Tracking Across
The Lotus Learning Engine is a gamified platform, which provides fun and easy knowledge consumption by learners.
Content is curated to match the interests and learning modalities of the individual learner.
Platform provides insights on trending learning journeys and popular content modalities.
Consideration of Various Learning Styles
Learning primarily through social interactions such as study groups and engaging conversation
Learning primarily from group interactions and active conversation.
Learning primarily using logical systems and pattern recognition
Learning primarily using steps, logic, and pattern recognition.
Learning primarily from visual sources such as images and videos
Learning primarily from visual materials such as images and videos.
Learning primarily through written materials and assignments
Learning primarily from written materials and assignments.
Learning primarily from audio sources such as lectures and podcasts
Learning primarily through hands-on activities and real world application
Learning primarily by doing hands-on activities and practicing skills.