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3-2-1 Make It Stick

May 21, 2024

After attending a meeting, training, or conference session, are you prepared to respond clearly and succinctly when your manager or team member asks you about your experiences? Or do you give a typical “It was great!” response without any specifics? It can be a challenge to remember and apply what you learned, but having a few tools and techniques available to capture specifics can be as easy as 1-2-3! Join this session to practice using a reflection tool that will help you retain more of the information you learn. Note: Attendance for this session will be capped at 60 people and offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

Note: Due to popular demand, this session will be presented twice.

Learning Objectives:

  • Enhance your own personal learning ability.
  • Practice using a tool that has many learning applications.
  • Collaborate with peers on processes for using tools in various ways.


Sue Kasko Sue Kasko, Senior Director, Talent Development, 84 Lumber


Will Stephens, Learning and Development, bioMérieux

Sue Kasko is a talent development specialist with over 20 years of experience helping individuals build skills for success and organizations develop talent and leadership pipelines to fuel business growth. Sue is currently the senior director, talent development for 84 Lumber Company. Prior to joining 84, she worked in talent, learning, and leadership development roles with Dick’s Sporting Goods and US Airways. Sue earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Duke University and an MBA from Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.

Will Stephens is a learning and development professional who’s passionate about helping others learn and grow. He has a background ranging from facilitating to consulting and leading cross-functional project teams focused on the learner experience. He focuses on being a strategic partner by working with all levels of the organization to link efforts to business priorities and create learner-centric experiences that support the learner. He also focuses on providing high-quality solutions while advocating for the learner experience. He has a passion for helping others learn new skills to tackle current challenges and grow to be ready for future opportunities. In his career, he’s journeyed through the construction, dot com, healthcare, and now manufacturing industry. He has a degree in business and earned the Certified Professional of Talent Development (CPTD®) credential.

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