As senior director of client solutions at Innovative Learning, Gayle Holsworth provides leadership to ILG’s instructional designers and project managers who are responsible for delivering exceptional value to clients.

She also oversees several key accounts. Because of Gayle’s contributions, clients know they can rely on ILG to be a great partner.

Gayle leads with tremendous energy and humor — a contagious attitude that sparks productive teams and drives client satisfaction. She nurtures the high-performance culture at ILG, guaranteeing the team consistently exemplifies the company’s values. Gayle manages across all of ILG’s many projects to ensure each team’s efforts are aligned and staffed appropriately. She is the reason why ILG timelines are consistently met, projects progress as expected, and clients are completely delighted.

Gayle has more than 25 years of experience managing a wide range of projects, from very small to very large and complex, representing more than 700 completed learning solutions. She directs teams that develop all types of learning, including web-based, instructor-led, mobile, and blended learning solutions on topics such as compliance, leadership, products, systems, onboarding, and Six Sigma. Additionally, she serves as a strategic consultant on augmented and virtual reality, curriculum architecture, learning portals, and evaluation

Gayle’s projects have won many awards for ILG’s clients, including the 2017 Bronze Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Award with Lowe’s, the 2016 Silver Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Award with SafetyServe.com, the 2015 Bronze Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Award with DTE Energy, and the 2013 Silver Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Award with Haworth. Because of Gayle’s efforts, Boston Scientific named ILG as its 2011 Indirect Supplier Diamond, Diverse Supplier of the Year. Additionally, her collaboration with a major retail company earned ILG the 2013 Silver CLO Learning in Practice Award for Excellence in Vendor Partnership.

Gayle has shared her experience managing multiple large projects and developing mobile and e-learning solutions at the Detroit Chapter of the Association for Talent Development and at ILG’s learning events. She also has authored blogs and articles on project management.

Gayle has a master’s degree in adult instruction and performance technology from the University of Michigan–Dearborn and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Central Michigan University.

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