The Corporate Learning Starter Pack (Free Download)

The Corporate Learning Starter Pack (Free Download)

The status quo is no longer working in Learning & Development. Rapid authoring, agile learning design, game-based learning platforms and mobile have made their way into our field, along with other innovations. Stakeholders who understand the impact training can have … Continue reading

The Science of Remembering: Strategies for Long-Term Retention (Free Webinar)

The Science of Remembering: Strategies for Long-Term Retention (Free Webinar)

Employees are required to complete a lot of training during the year, so much so that it is simply impossible for them to remember everything that is asked of them. Sharon Boller spoke to these challenges in her recent white … Continue reading

How Much Do Corporate Learners Forget After Training?

How Much Do Corporate Learners Forget After Training?

This is an excerpt from Sharon Boller’s newest white paper, When Remembering Really Matters: Learning Strategies for Long-Term Retention. The white paper includes eight strategies to improve learning and remembering. Here is Part 2: Remembering is Hard; Forgetting is Easy No one says, … Continue reading

What Will Corporate Learners Remember from your Training?

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This is an excerpt from Sharon Boller’s newest white paper, When Remembering Really Matters: Learning Strategies for Long-Term Retention. The white paper includes eight strategies to improve learning and remembering. Here is Part 1: How confident are you that learners really remember what … Continue reading

When Remembering Really Matters – New White Paper from Sharon Boller

When Remembering Really Matters – New White Paper from Sharon Boller

Sharon Boller, President of Bottom-Line Performance, has authored a new white paper: When Remembering Really Matters: Learning Strategies for Long-Term Retention. It’s full of research, case studies, and advice for learning professionals ready to reduce the amount of information learners forget … Continue reading

Learning Theories Gone Wild – Urban Myths that Hurt Your Learning Designs

Learning Theories Gone Wild – Urban Myths that Hurt Your Learning Designs

I had lunch with one of our team members last week, and she shared a story about her elementary-aged son that made me cringe. The teacher had students take a “learning styles” assessment to determine their learning styles and assigned … Continue reading