Adapting Learning

Jan/Feb 2018

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Rob Liano once said: “Knowledge is power? No. Knowledge on its own is nothing, but the application of useful knowledge, now that is powerful.” Adapting a role-based training curriculum produces training that can be consistently applied to an employee’s job

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The brain is the anatomical environment where organizational learning takes root. In order to learn effectively and efficiently, people have to be able to pay attention, absorb information, store that information long-term, and recall it when necessary.

Leadership and Learning

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The two of us might never have crossed paths had it not been for Dr. Paul Hersey. We both had the opportunity to work for him decades ago.

Adaptability

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Much has been written about the values and advantages of adaptive learning and testing. Both use computer-aided technology to allocate and deliver content based on learners’ needs.

Learning is a Personal Experience

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Being selfish is typically frowned upon in most areas of our lives. The adage, “There’s no I in team” comes to mind when an individual is ridiculed for exhibiting a self-centered attitude. But in training, these rules don’t exactly apply.

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Elevating New Leadership

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Investing in managers to help them inspire action, instill company values, increase retention, and ensure every employee is fired up to come to work can generate exponential value for the business.

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