Training reinforcement has become a popular topic among training professionals as it speaks to the fundamental principle that the more we are reminded of something, the greater the probability we will remember it.
How well do the skills you’re training on in the classroom translate to desired behavior on the job? If you’re like most organizations, large and small, too few of those desired behaviors show up “in the wild” after training occurs.
What does the forgetting curve mean to L&D professionals? Does it mean that half our efforts and money go down the drain in just a few days? It’s not that bad. Ebbinghaus also found out that the rate of forgetting is drastically reduced when people have...
Imagine you provide employees with a great seminar on essential leadership techniques. Even if everyone loved it, the sad fact is that no matter what you say, no matter how well you say it, research proves that 90 percent of the content will be forgotten
At the end of 2015, Training Industry, Inc. CEO Doug Harward predicted a paradigm shift to the design and delivery of training. As training managers focus increasingly on neuroscience and the application of science to learning, he said, we will be better a