In this article, we'll review how hands-on learning can help close skills gaps, increase job readiness and drive employee performance.
In a world where AI can offer us vast amounts of information and insights at the click of a button, experiential learning reminds us of the importance of hands-on application. It invites us to roll up our sleeves and turn knowledge into action.
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Experiential learning can improve the effectiveness of leadership training by giving participants the opportunity to "learn by doing" — leading to greater on-the-job application.
In-person or online, companies can tailor their approach to meet the individual needs of their employees.
Simply handing your sales team a playbook or giving them videos to watch is not sufficient. The way we train should look less like a lecture hall and more like a kitchen — messy but productive, with excellent treats awaiting us as a result.
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Experiential learning is learning by doing – this instructional design strategy allows learners to apply knowledge in real-life scenarios. In this article, learn how the top instructional strategies for success from your experiential eLearning course.