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Always On, Always Available Learning With Chatbots (and Training Magazine)

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You can’t be available to provide coaching and feedback 24/7, but an intelligent chatbot can!

When Will AI Stop Being “Artificial?”

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The Singularity is a term you’ll find in science and in science fiction. It was coined by mathematician John von Neumann to define a theoretical moment when the artificial intelligence of computers surpasses the capacity of the human brain.

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We Think – Therefore We Learn. Why Psychology is Still Relevant in the Age of Neuroscience

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Nearly everything we thought we knew about the human brain changed when we started putting live subjects into functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging machines (MRIs) about 15 years ago.

Getting Ready for the Next Disruptions in Training and Education

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Google the term “disruption” and you will find many results. It seems that everyone is trying to attach their product, service or training to this buzz word, often inappropriately. What will be the next truly disruptive innovation for the learning profession?

Why Smoking Costs Employers More Than They Realize

Your employees are smoking, and at a cost of $7,000 per year for each employee who smokes, that adds up - fast! This free report will show you how an effective cessation program pays for itself.

Finally! A Brain-Based Consultative Sales Program

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When people think of certifications, they often think of taking a test. Consultative Sales Certification (CSC) is not about testing in the traditional sense. Instead, we focus on developing sales capability and performance that is based on neuroscience and customized for your team.

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TMI! Cognitive Overload and Learning

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If you want to get a sense of the vast amount of data exploding every second, visit Internet Live Stats and watch the numbers for Internet users, websites, emails and many other statistics updated in real time. But watch out. LearningToGo Blog LearningToGo eNewsletter brain Cognitive Load Cognitive Overload instructional design neuroscience neurosciences TMI training

Why the Holidays Can Make You Cry (And what you can do about it)

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I don’t know about you, but I’m always incredibly busy this time of year. Most of my clients operate on a calendar year that requires all projects to be completed and paid for by December 31.

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Does Your Brain Need Santa Claus?

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SPOILER ALERT: Stop here If you believe in Santa Claus!!! Some magical beliefs are useful to society. One key to understanding why magical thinking exists is to understand the brain’s capacity to predict future events based on past experience.

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Getting Away from “One Size Fits All” Training

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[Webinar] The State of Customer Education: Findings from Skilljar’s Benchmarks and Trends Report

Speaker: Sandi Lin & Linda Schwaber-Cohen

In this webinar, Skilljar CEO Sandi Lin will discuss learnings from their recent study, and share her insights on the state of Customer Education. They'll dig into key findings so you can benchmark against industry trends and understand how your strategy and metrics compare.

3 Ways to Stay Afloat in the Coming Tsunami of Change

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It is tempting to believe that one’s own time is facing the most rapid, disruptive rate of change ever experienced. Certainly Shakespeare must have thought so.

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Do You Have the Skills to Implement Brain-Based Selling?

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Let’s face it. The world is changing. Customers expect a different buying experience. But all the top “sales training” programs were written in the last century – and they have started to look very dated.

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Risk and the Brain – The Neuroscience of Risk Management

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What does your brain know about calculating risk? I’ll be talking about the Neuroscience of Risk Management with the members of The CPCU Society on September 8.

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Big Benefits in Small Packages: The Neuroscience of MicroLearning

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Wednesday, November 27 – Berlin Are you constantly being asked to do more with fewer resources, and in less time? Are your stakeholders demanding “micro-learning,” without necessarily understanding whether or not this solution is right for your learning audience?

Need Remote Learning ASAP? Don’t Pick Your Next LMS Before Reading This!

Need to go remote or move your training programs online? Download this guide to identify and overcome the biggest eLearning challenges so you can pick the perfect LMS without wasting time, money, and effort, even if you are just starting your eLearning journey.

I Reconstructed a Neuron!

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In a wonderful mash-up of gamification and crowdsourcing , the Mozak brainbuilder helps scientists at the University of Washington’s Center for Game Science by challenging gamers to connect the dots and identify the many dendrites coming from a single cell body.

The Brain Science of Mentoring

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Where will the next generation of leaders come from? Are they prepared for the significant challenges ahead?

Will a Chatbot Be Your Next Learning Coach? – How AI can support talent development in your organization

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Eighty percent of major companies expect to be using artificial intelligence by 2020, but their training departments are likely to be the last places you’ll find it. We need to fix that.

What Does It Mean to Be Intelligent?

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The Singularity is a term you’ll find in science and in science fiction. It was coined by mathematician John von Neumann to define a theoretical moment when the artificial intelligence of computers surpasses the capacity of the human brain.

The Better Way to Onboard Customers

Speaker: Skilljar Experts

The best onboarding programs have a super power: they’re constantly improving. Here at Skilljar, we’ve learned a thing or two about onboarding, both by crafting our own experience, and by collaborating with the best Customer Education professionals in the world. In our upcoming webinar, we’re going to share these learnings with you.

How to Think Like a Cat

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In my opinion, cats are probably far smarter than we generally imagine; they simply don’t exhibit intelligence in ways that are meaningful to us. Featured LearningToGo Blog #BlackHatDay brain brain science cat education herdingcats Learning neuroscience training

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The Science of Learning Interview with Bryan Jones

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“Science-based learning means following the evidence to make decisions instead of following opinion, interest, or preference.”. Events LearningToGo Blog Past Events Podcasts brain instructional design Learning neuroscience science STEM

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When Will AI Stop Being “Artificial?”

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By marrying our brains to computers, human beings will become the Singularity. At this point, it will be pointless to distinguish between silicon-based intelligence and carbon-based intelligence, won't it? It will all simply be us - whatever we have become by then. Featured LearningToGo Blog AI artificial intelligence brain disrupt DisruptHR disruption evolution human Internet of Things IoT machine learning neuroscience

Why do we love to scare ourselves? The Neuroscience of Halloween

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Fear is generally thought of as a negative emotion. Google it and you will find thousands of articles, books and blog posts about how to face your fear and overcome it so you can be more successful, happy or brilliant. Yet fear serves a very useful purpose in our growth as a species. LearningToGo Blog brain Halloween movies neuroscience Psychology

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Need Remote Learning NOW? Get Online Quickly & Easily With This Can’t-Miss Guide

Remote learning is becoming more important than ever. Whether you’re scrambling to get your eLearning launched, or need to upgrade to meet increased demand, this guide will eliminate the guesswork so you can find your perfect LMS!

Intelligent Design – The Future of Learning

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As learning professionals, we need to think about how we can use artificial intelligence to help people learn faster, perform better, retain memories longer, and hopefully become more human in the process. Many organizations are already implementing chatbots.

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The Music of Your Sphere – The Multiple Ways Your Brain is Wired for Music

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The Greek philosopher and mathematician, Pythagoras, discovered the relationship between the length of a string on an instrument and the pitch that the string produces.

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My Science Manifesto – We’re All Science Workers

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Last week a colleague of mine gave me some pointed feedback that set me back a bit. “I’m I’m not following you for your political beliefs,” she said. My initial reaction was to deny that I was making any political statements, but the truth is, I was and I knew it.

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Give Your Microlearning Strategy a Makeover – A Step-by-Step Methodology

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I was recently invited to join the folks at eLearning Learning to talk about microlearning. More than 700 learning professionals registered for the live webinar to learn how microlearning builds engagement and retention by stimulating the reward center of the brain.

Top E-Learning Software - Recommendations and Pricing

Zero in on the best E-Learning software for your company. Get expert recommendations and pricing comparisons based on your specific needs.

Three Ways Technology is Changing the Learning Space (Plus One)

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We love our tech. Most of us in the learning profession pride ourselves on being comfortable with technology. Whenever a new tool is available, we’re ready to give it a try, eager to adopt the latest way to help people learn.

5 Brain-Based Approaches to Increase Retention

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Thursday, August 8, 2019 2:00pm EDT The moment they complete a course, each learner faces a crucial point of divergence. They will follow one of two tracks – learning or forgetting.

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The Ceiling Effect: How the Height of Your Ceiling Affects Brain Performance

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I’ve written previously about the influence of other disciplines on the science of learning, such as looking at desire paths , an architectural concept, to help design effective informal learning experiences.

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Your Lazy Brain – Finding the Path of Least Resistance

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I recently wrote about “ desire paths ” and learning, linking a concept in architectural design to learning design.

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Employee Training Playbook by Lessonly

Strengthen new employees and develop existing teams with Lessonly’s Employee Training Playbook.