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A story comprised of bite sized snippets enthralled Twitter one day. Learn how we can apply these lessons to learning design and make training successful.
Training your people can be difficult because it is often seen as boring and not helpful. Here are 9 ways to train and motivate your people successfully.
People begin binge-learning when the content they consume is created with storytelling elements instead of a checklist.
Instead of focusing on what isn't working, find out what is and replicate it across the organization to maximize successes at work.
Sensemaking uses human intelligence to develop a sensitivity toward meaningful differences— what matters to other people as well as to ourselves.
In this new world, everything from interpersonal relationships to marketing to corporate and political structures is being upended.
When done well, combining storytelling and training is an impactful way to capture attention and engage your employees in your message.
Making an employee’s first months and year as successful as possible begins before they even show up for Day 1 and goes far beyond paperwork.
Learning is a journey. When you start a new strategy it's important that everyone is on the same page and using metaphors can help.
Rapidly developing eLearning without taking into account business strategy, goals, user audience, and instructional design can negatively impact learning
There's a fundamental flaw in the traditional mindset of corporate training - “getting people to training” and a “learning process”
It is tempting to focus on the look and feel of a game, but the power of gaming is in the gaming concepts and their applicability to adult learning
Bolting on new learning solution after new learning solution, year after year without a reality check is far from effective and isn't a true curriculum.
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