The Endurance Learning team shares what they’ve learned from working with customers, designing training, and building elearning.
Ok, “highjacked” may be a little extreme. I have a new book coming out tomorrow and it might be a little too unconventional to interview myself. Today, Sophie Oberstein takes the interview chair to ask me about my new book: What’s Your Formula? Combine Learning Elements for Impactful Training.
10 years ago, I had this idea. A dream really. Next Tuesday, it becomes a reality, and I’m super excited about it. (I hope you’ll be as excited about it!)
The most effective sales training in the world doesn’t simply rely on a sales model. According to Spencer Wixom, Senior Vice President at Challenger Inc, the ability to listen to training participants trumps both a trainer’s sales experience and a training program’s instructional design.
Do SMEs need to know about adult learning and levels of evaluation in order to be effective trainers? Ajay Pangarkar shares his thoughts on how you can help your colleagues and other SMEs be more effective, including some insights on how much “non-training” and “non-presentation skills” content is important.
Getting our busy colleagues to take some time to think about how to deliver training in a virtual environment can be tricky. Here is a virtual train the trainer outline that you may find helpful.
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