Reinforcement matters, and it matters most to learners who truly aspire to develop Leadership training should be reserved for those who truly aspire to be leaders.
The basic principle of overlearning is that if you do anything over and over again, it becomes part of your long-term memory. In the workplace, employees benefit from overlearning, because it makes them more reliable members of the team.
All too often, learning and development (L&D) organizations focus almost exclusively on creating great learning content. Instead, learning and development organizations should focus on improved performance as their measure of success.
Athletes understand the importance of regular practice, so why don’t today’s businesses? There’s little difference between the need for rigorous practice by a team of athletes and the need for rigorous practice by a team of executives and employees.
This timely white paper explores the reasons for the lack of "return on learning" for sales organizations and defines a practical approach to move beyond a learning journey to a measurable performance journey that drives improved business outcomes.
Brain science can enable smart learning design that improves the learner experience.