Remove Brain Remove Custom Remove Juice Remove Productivity

Meet David Frazier, State of Alabama technology trainer

TechSmith Camtasia

It's relatively easy to use but it still needs to have some familiarization training and most employees don't have the time or the knowledge to "play" with something to learn it--they need to be able to use it productively right away. How do you get from concept to finished product?

Social networking is king

E-Learning Provocateur

Spike Jones , the “Firestarter&# at Brains on Fire ; and. Juicing the orange. What if your customers advertised for you? The members aren’t obliged to promote the Fiskars brand or its products. As the Brains on Fire website states: …fans embody loyalty.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

The Power of Surprise in Story-based design

Vignettes Learning

Surprise is like crack in your brain. Scientists at Emory and Baylor used MRIs to measure changes in human brain activity in response to a sequence of pleasurable stimuli, using fruit juice and water. The patterns of juice and water squirts were either predictable or completely unpredictable. Contrary to the researchers'' expectations, the reward pathways in the brain respond most strongly to the unpredictable sequence of squirts.

Juice 48

The best way to onboard employees in retail

MobileTrain

Furthermore, a good onboarding promises a productivity that is 54% higher and 34% faster than without one. During those first weeks you can teach them all about the products and services you provide and where they fit in. In retail, they will play an important role in your customer’s experience. That video can be shown in a learning moment and followed up by a couple of questions to keep those brain juices flowing.

Juice 40

Accelerated Learning: Where Does It Fit In? | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Accelerated Learning attempts to change this imbalance by including activities that trigger the other intelligences, for example, Brain Gym® , games that involve movement, MindMapping® tools, songs and raps, and word cards.

How to use ActiveCampaign with Your Online Course or Training Based Membership Website with Kay Peacey of Slick Business

LifterLMS

Kay Peacey: Customize. Kay Peacey: Customization, personalization, which are words I need to use all the time, but I do avoid them if I’m doing something that’s written because for a British audience, it can be really jarring still to see an American spelling. Chris Badgett: That was probably V8 Juice or whatever, tomato juice or something. Custom fields are even better. You can do your WooCommerce product, all of it.

E-Learning Strategy – The Right Way to Success

eLearning 24-7

If you plan to offer e-learning for internal as well as customers, then list it. Think of learner projections in the same way you look at deliverable of products sold. I focused only on general learner projections, but it was always a nice to know on our attrition rate with our customers/clients and even internal -and it depended on a few factors: If I had final say and didn’t need to present to anyone, I bypassed it. If you are doing B2C – find some customers.

HP Is Playing Learning Games

CLO Magazine

The HP learning and development team is challenged to create educational opportunities that are easy to access, highly interactive and aligned to customer needs to share these changes in an efficient and cost-conscious manner. “It’s fun for the learner and easy to digest, which makes it a great way to learn about new products, reinforce key facts and explain benefits.

Games 47

Sharing the Simple Life Transformation Through Courses, Books, and More with Veteran Gary Collins

LifterLMS

When I went in the store, I was the first customer to ever activate one. Gary Collins: And it’s the chemicals actually crossing my blood brain barrier and it’s causing some weird psychological, I shouldn’t even say some neuro weird response that is unhealthy.

48 Books Every Aspiring Chief Learning Officer Should Read

TalentLMS

This is the book you’ll want to keep on your desk and refer to when you’ve run out of juice or need a helping hand. From chess champions, star athletes to entrepreneurs and brain surgeons, Ericsson has searched to find the common themes that bind them together.

GE TV: Elliott Masie on the Future of Learning Technologies

Growth Engineering

I thought that one of the interesting games would have been to take Angry Birds and turn into an Angry Customers game. I think that particularly in terms of that engagement piece, some of our customers that have a much younger audience, particularly with retail and things like that, it’s a lot easier to get them engaged in something which is gamified or game-based, rather than traditional learning. They found this one area of the brain that’s only stimulated by a story.

Masie 43

Informal Learning – the other 80%

Jay Cross

Keeping the promises made to our customers. Situating our brains in our heads oversimplifies the situation; our brains are distributed throughout our bodies. Know-what/Know “what-not” (facts, information, concepts; how to customize and filter out information, distinguish junk and glitz from real substance, ignore unwanted and unneeded information and interactions). Consider Cisco, a company with a staggering thirst for new-product information and detail.