New results from a self-assessment survey reveal that salespeople and behavioral data each tell a different story about where reps are struggling in their customer conversations.
Learning styles are a little like going to a psychic: The information is general enough that you can think of how you fit into a style based on already accepted assumptions you have about yourself.
There are a variety of types of training modalities you can offer your learners, and many criteria to use when deciding which modality – or modalities – to use in a given training program. One criteria you can use is learner preferences.
As today’s learning environment advances, meeting the needs of your learners is critical to designing and delivering effective training programs.
There are many learning modalities, technologies and techniques available for training organizations to address the needs of the modern learner. How can learning leaders know which methods to use?
A new research report from Training Industry, Inc. explores learner preferences, focusing on how learners want to learn and the match between their preferences and what organizations are actually using to deliver training.