Joe Sabia: The technology of storytelling →
“The art of storytelling has remained unchanged. And for the most part, the stories are recycled. But the way that humans tell the stories has always evolved with pure, consistent novelty.”
Is your training ending up in the scrap pile? →
Scrap learning is pervasive. By survey respondents’ best estimates, only 9 percent of learners actually apply what they learn with positive results. Seventy-six percent indicate that learners apply 50 percent or less of what they learn, which means the scrap learning rate is 50 percent or higher among more than three-quarters of all companies. Wait! What? 9%?!?! And you spent how much time and...
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Interactivity is in the mind, not in the mouse.– www.thiagi.com
Use It or Lose It
This was the subject line of an email I received this morning from Barbara Carnes from maketrainingstick.com. In the email there was a suggestion that I have used before in different situations that can really help to make training stick. At the conclusion of the class, have the participants write down one to three (or Barbara’s worksheet has even more) items that they are making a personal...