See the Results from Our 2014 Learning and Remembering Survey

See the Results from Our 2014 Learning and Remembering Survey

We received a variety of thoughtful responses to our two-question survey on learning and remembering. Their was a wide diversity in respondents: 34 individuals from 21 different industries participated. The results provide a snapshot of the type of knowledge employees … Continue reading

Our “Recipe” for Learning and Remembering in Corporate Learning

Our “Recipe” for Learning and Remembering in Corporate Learning

Some employees get too little training. They sit through a few classroom sessions, see some slides, and get very little help at actually doing their job. Others get too much training. The list of required eLearning courses is too long, and actually takes … 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

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

Corporate Training in 2014: Business Goals, Learner Needs, or Both?

Corporate Training in 2014: Business Goals, Learner Needs, or Both?

As we all settle back into our respective desk chairs for what should be an eventful 2014, our attention is naturally drawn to what’s new and trending. Where is the L&D industry headed? What new tools can help my learners … Continue reading

Gamification, Sales Training in Learning Solutions Magazine

Gamification, Sales Training in Learning Solutions Magazine

Organizations faced with fast product launch cycles must simultaneously train sales teams, support teams, and customers on the features and benefits. There’s often no “easy button,” however games and gamification are shown to be some of the most effective methods … Continue reading

Train the Trainer Tips: 7 Truths About Remembering (Free Download)

Train the Trainer Tips: 7 Truths About Remembering (Free Download)

Whether we are developing a large curriculum or delivering a single workshop, our clients often need us to train the trainer. The “trainer” is oftentimes not a trainer at all, but a subject matter expert with extensive knowledge in their … Continue reading

Using Spaced Learning and Distributed Practice in Corporate Learning

Using Spaced Learning and Distributed Practice in Corporate Learning

Interested in spaced learning and distributed practice? Then download our free Primer on Spaced Repetition and Feedback Loops. This guide will teach you everything you need to know about these concepts so you can incorporate them in your own training. … Continue reading