How do you motivate yourself to design training in detail? here are some practical tips to help you to stay focused on this crucial part of training design
Handling Unrealistic Expectations in Learning and Development: A Practical Guide for L&D Professionals
When learning and development professionals are expected to single-handedly transform the performance of a business and everyone in it, what should you do to manage expectations and retain your reputation?
Dear Training Designer's Club: What should I do if I don't have time to do a proper learning needs analysis?
We all know how important it is to conduct a learning needs analysis before beginning training design. But conducting that analysis can take a long time, and sometimes timescales simply don't allow it.
There are still lots of useful things you can do - that don't take a lot of time - that will help you to get it mostly right, most of the time. In this video I explain what they are.
We all know that including activities in training encourages engagement and makes learning easier. but how do you decide what type of exercise to include when?
In this video I outline some of the things that you need to consider to make the right choices and include appropriate exercises that will enhance your training workshop.
Dear Training Designer's Club: How do do I make sure my training has impact and transfers to the workplace?
Ten practical tips to help you to design training that transfers to the workplace and makes a difference in performance.