We remember experiences associated with strong emotions better and with more clarity than non-emotional ones. Therefore, the deliberate fostering of an emotional bond or connection in training would make it easier for learners to recall the information.
How much of global spending on corporate training it is spent on initiatives that are strategically global? Our discipline has the potential to connect people, to create shared understanding and values, and to accelerate change.
Cognitive psychology and developmental neuroscience continue to prove that humans learn best when a story is involved. The learning and development industry is adopting this new tool and methodology — but perhaps not to its fullest potential.
Just when we’ve absorbed everything we need to know to develop effective training for millennials, along comes a new demographic joining the workforce. For the last of the baby boomers, recent hires are not their children but their grandchildren.
You’ve got your eye on your next big technology investment. But what’s your plan for how to use it? What will people actually be learning? When it comes to creating effective digital learning experiences, technology plays a key role, but so does...
If your learners are interested in a topic, they are sure to find a podcast (or five) that gives them the content they need. Wouldn’t it be great to deliver the content your learners need to be successful at their jobs in a format they already like to...
Whether you’ve been aware of it or not, you have likely experienced seductive details at some point in your educational or professional training experience. In fact, you may currently have them in your own training programs without even realizing it!
How can you balance the need to have content appropriately vetted and curated? To answer this question, we spoke with Lauren Harris, CPTM, of the University of Colorado Boulder and Juliana Stancampiano of Oxygen Learning.