One surefire way to ensure that your training event produces actionable insights in participants is to incorporate emotion. The reason movies, plays, concerts and sporting events produce such vivid memories is because of the emotions they generate.
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This e-book offers high-profile examples of well-crafted L&D programs that help create an internal pipeline of high-performing talent. Use it as a guide for upskilling your workforce while creating real returns on investment.
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.
Now that the dust has settled from the transition into the 2020s, let’s take one last look at the mergers, acquisitions and investments of 2019, this time focusing on the fourth quarter.
No doubt, in 2020, we will continue to use virtual reality simulations, interactive videos, mobile learning, gamification and other technology. But consider the benefits face-to-face, instructor-led training present to your learners.
In a globally distributed corporate world, webinars and virtual meetings have become commonplace. However, many people treat webinars like monologues. The session may be boring or noisy, benefitting few of the attendees.
Have you ever participated in a learning experience that caused you to struggle to connect to the purpose? Maybe you’ve walked into training and thought, “I’ve seen this model used before!” Here are three keys to create engaging learning...
Ardent Learning is excited to announce a new change in leadership, reflecting a strategic approach to long-term growth. Rich Fox, Ardent’s President and CEO, will remain CEO and has appointed Jed Sherman, Ardent’s Vice President of Solutions, as...