Leah Strecher joined JCI L&D in June of 2008 and has been promoted through several roles within the department to her current role as an instructional learning technologist. Prior to joining Johnson Controls, she spent five years at the United States Bowling Congress as an L&D trainer/developer. During those years, she was responsible for curriculum design, development and training of Microsoft and soft skill courses. She also developed, designed and conducted the new hire orientation/onboarding. She coordinated and led several companywide training events and supported the entire Training and Development department.
In her role as a learning technology specialist at Johnson Controls, Leah wears a variety of hats. She is the main contact for uLearn, its video learning platform, specializing in video recording, editing, and final production, as well as the resident expert in voice-over audio recording/editing. She also develops creative screen capture recordings. She enhances them by adding zoom features, tool tips, callouts and graphics. She combines all of these applications into one multi-dimensional video to enhance the end user’s retention and application. Her attention to detail and creative mindset drive her to ensure quality output with high end user experience. In addition to this, she supports the LMS in our ASIA and EMEA regions and any high level questions the department needs. She also creates reports from survey feedback to support our training measurement efforts (ROI).