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I recently conducted a 3-day workshop on interactive training strategies in Guangzhou, China.
In this group photo, I am the person with the poker face and the poker tie. The other person with the tie is Mark Mayan my interpreter and co-facilitator.
The participants at the workshop came from HR and training areas. All 24 of them were extremely participatory and enthusiastic.
Here's what two of them had to say:
I learned how to choose different training games to meet the learning objectives. Dr. Thiagi elaborated that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication by using his training games! ---Christine Zhang, Training and Development Manager, China Guangfa Bank
I experienced interactive training techniques by actually conducting different learning activities; I gained a lot of revolutionary insights. -- Kevin Wang, Training Products R&D Director, Performance Consulting International
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