Jolts wake up and engage your participants.
Asking the right questions about the effectiveness of training games.
Sometimes, it is a good idea to replace the group discussion for debriefing with an individual journal-writing approach.
Here is a case about an industry leader in the real estate investment market decided to capitalize on this slow economic period by developing their existing and future leaders while simultaneously improving their business operations.
This article explores the mechanics for how learners are motivated and what catalysts enhance their intrinsic motivation. The paper uses the research of Edward Deci and Richard Ryan of the University of Rochester as its foundation. It presents several prescriptive actions trainers and instructional designers can use to create more intrinsically motivating workshops.
Traditional stories encourage the participants to become passive listeners. Interactive stories encourage the participants to actively create stories, modify stories, share stories, debrief stories, and analyze stories. Here are different techniques for creating and using interactive stories.
These 14 principles provide a framework all designers and trainers should keep in mind when creating, building, or delivering training.