World-class athletes can make it look easy. But the truth is, it’s not. It requires practice. It requires learning from mistakes. And it requires training. In effect, great athletes aren’t just superior performers – they’re dedicated learners.
Is tech-based learning a one-size-fits-all solution, or are there instances where your trainees could benefit from some low-tech learning? Researchers recently conducted a series of experiments to shed some light on this very question.
It’s clear that motivated learners benefit more from training. But not every learner will enter a training experience with the same level of motivation. So, is there a way for learning professionals to increase motivation across the board? Recent research suggests there is. And it’s surprisingly simple.
The benefits of training your employees are well chronicled. But these benefits typically assume that conditions are normal. What about when the situation is abnormal? Can training help your organization survive, or even thrive, when the economic outlook is grim?
Do you wish your team or organization generated more innovative thinking? The answer, chances are, is yes. But can you train people to be more creative, or is it an ability they’re naturally born with? Recent research looked into this very question.