What happens when you combine two of the most powerful research-based learning techniques? Do you get a supercharged training experience? That’s what research into “successive learning” wants to find out.
Research shows that trainees report a high incidence of mind wandering and disengagement when watching e-learning modules. So how can e-learning creators and curators address this problem? A recent study suggests an unlikely solution.
Is there a way for you to help learners see the need for change – and increase the odds that they’ll actually take action? A new study suggests a simple intervention can help you convert skeptical learners into believers.
Many organizations combine learning goals with performance goals: Learn x so you can accomplish y. But a recent study suggests that organizations that combine these two types of goals may not be reaping the full benefits of training.
Numerous studies have shown the power of mental practice. But nearly every one has focused on individual skills. What about collaborative tasks? Can mental practice – which can only be performed alone – help teams work better?
There’s a good chance that public speaking can be a valuable competency for just about everyone in your organization to have. The bad news: Most people dread it. The good news: Researchers have found a simple technique that can help.