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Coaching can help fill the soft skills gap

CLO Magazine

Knowledge transfer and skill building happen in a variety of ways: formal education, self-directed learning, training, mentoring, executive coaching, job rotation, etc. Options include executive education, formal leadership development programs, on-demand learning and more.

Free L&D webinars for March 2019

Limestone Learning

Friday, March 1, 2019, 11AM – 12PM PT : Becoming Leadership Fit: Techniques to Build Your Leadership Strength, Flexibility, and Impact (Free for ATD members) Being leadership fit is about operating at your personal best—for you and those you lead.

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A Look Back At The Years Best From Learning Science And Instructional Design

Mike Taylor

Simplifying Cognitive Load Theory. Adam Boxer ( @adamboxer1 ) takes a stab and simplifying the cognitive load theory. John Sweller’s Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) may be the single most important thing for teachers to know, but it was not necessarily designed with teachers in mind.

Which Learning Theories are Right for Your Organization?

LearnUpon

Creating a comprehensive learning and development program in your organization is crucial. Cognitive Learning Theory. Cognitive Learning Theory suggests that if learners find their training meaningful, they’re more likely to retain it.

Learner-Centered Approaches: Why They Matter and How to Implement Them

LearnUpon

When gearing up to plan a learning and development program, it’s a good time to look at how your training is delivered and see where you can adopt a more learner-centered approach in your sessions. Think of yourself as a coach on the sideline of a sports game.

13 eLearning Scenario Tips that 60 Experts Agree On

eLearningArt

Ask your subject matter experts, stakeholders, and end users to tell you stories about real people doing the tasks or encountering the situations you’re covering in your learning program. Use a coach character to introduce, wrap up, and provide friendly feedback.

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6 Mistakes To Avoid When Developing Compliance Online Training

EI Design

Also, make certain that you chunk the text content to avoid cognitive overload and employee confusion. Or a simplified infographic that contains all the essentials without causing cognitive overwhelm.

Insights from a presentation master: Q&A with Echo Swinford

BrightCarbon

Fast forward a few years: I got a new computer and I had to re-install all my Adobe programs. We consider ourselves software agnostic: we like to support all those programs. Then we talk a little bit about cognitive science to explain to clients how people can only take in so much information, and if an audience is listening to you both talk and readi what is on the slide, they don’t absorb either one.

Learning at Large Ep3: Digital first learning strategies, at scale

Elucidat

Sam has led large scale digital learning programs at Barclays, Tesco, and Hitatchi Rail, reaching audiences of up to half a million people. It’s things like management and leadership skills—how to have difficult conversations, how to be a great coach.

How To Make and Market Your Online Course or Get Some Help With That With Grant Weherley

LifterLMS

Getting feedback from students on your course content can help you to shape your program around what adds the most value. I think there’s a name for that in the cognitive bias world called the fundamental attribution bias.

How Masterminding Can Dramatically Increase Your Odds of Success as an Education Entrepreneur with Ken Wallace of MastermindJam

LifterLMS

It rarely goes back and forth evenly and so it will just develop one person always takes the coach role and one person always takes the follower role, and that’s not the point of the mastermind group.

eLEARNING: The Struggle for Online Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

By 2019, 80% of ALL web traffic will be video.   Cognitive psychologist Richard E.   Sparkol, makers of VideoScribe, sent 1,000 people a whiteboard animation and another 1,000 people a talking head video, both of which used the same audio file and provided the same content (a business coach making a pitch for new clients). She’s also developed an extensive number of learning programs for a wide variety of global clients. by Karin Rex, COTP.

eLEARNING: The Struggle for Online Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

By 2019, 80% of ALL web traffic will be video.   Cognitive psychologist Richard E.   Sparkol, makers of VideoScribe, sent 1,000 people a whiteboard animation and another 1,000 people a talking head video, both of which used the same audio file and provided the same content (a business coach making a pitch for new clients). She’s also developed an extensive number of learning programs for a wide variety of global clients. by Karin Rex, COTP.

eLEARNING: The Struggle for Online Attention

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

By 2019, 80% of ALL web traffic will be video.   Cognitive psychologist Richard E.   Sparkol, makers of VideoScribe, sent 1,000 people a whiteboard animation and another 1,000 people a talking head video, both of which used the same audio file and provided the same content (a business coach making a pitch for new clients). She’s also developed an extensive number of learning programs for a wide variety of global clients. by Karin Rex, COTP.

Free L&D webinars for October 2018

Limestone Learning

Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 9AM – 10AM PT: How to Deliver a Coaching Training Program Managers Love! This webinar will reveal five key strategies to implementing a successful training program that positions managers to engage, develop, and retain top talent.

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Free L&D webinars for November 2018

Limestone Learning

This webcast will review the psychology and brain science of medical training and show how XR technologies reduce the cognitive load associated with learning and recruit learning systems in the brain that are not activated with traditional healthcare training. Components of a good program.

Free L&D webinars for August 2018

Limestone Learning

In this insightful and engaging presentation, 25-year Walt Disney World veteran Lenn Millbower shares the ways in which the following five strategies were, and are, trained, coached, rewarded and enhanced at every level within the Disney parks organization.