Learning and Development Professionals looking for the latest information on Results-based Creative Learning Strategies can register to attend Games Trainers Play by Bob Pike and Results-based Creative Learning Strategies scheduled for January 9-10, 2018.
ATD New Orleans is bringing Bob Pike, author of more than 30 books in the field, and 1 of trainingindustry.com’s 20 most influential people in training and performance globally to deliver these two workshops, which will cover key issues such as:
Games Trainers Play – Fun while Learning – You can use movie clips, props, magic, and games to both energize learners and drive home key learning points – and often in less time than lecture!
Reducing Scrap Learning and Increasing Training’s Transfer – Scrap learning is learning delivered, but not used — and in corporations it runs from 50-85%. Applying creative learning strategies, having participants action plan, and developing transfer strategies that include both participants and their managers can reduce scrap by up to 80% and improve transfer by 75%!.
Why no one ever said, “I wish there was more lecture”! – Too often participants label training as boring — and a critical factor is too much lecture and too little involvement. Applying Bob Pike’s C.O.R.E. strategies can reduce training time by 30-50%, improve transfer by 50% and keep each participant focused and energized.
Learning Prefernces and Teaching Across the Generations. No one ever taught us to learn – we were told to learn. The workshop will include 11 strategies that will enable participants from all generations and cultures to get information in a way that’s best for them — while being in the same classroom or webinar!
Memory and Learning — No one has a poor memory — but most of us have untrained memories – and sloppy mental filing systems! The session will include 7 ways to remember anything!
Full details on the event can be found on the ATD NOLA website at http://tdnola.org/Upcoming-Events.
When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, ATD NOLA (Association for Talent Development, New Orleans Chapter) said:
Bob Pike’s techniques have been taught to more than 125,000 trainers on five continents — he is “the trainer’s trainer”! We’re excited to have him.
The ATD New Orleans website has full details about the sessions at this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at: http://tdnola.org/Upcoming-Events.
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