Learning is a journey and must be supported through strategies and tools that allow learners to absorb the knowledge and extend it to successful application. Once the learning journey is set in motion, it must ignite passion in the learners. It must inspire and engage them to connect with the content and share it with others. If the learning journey is set up and supported well, people will be eager and impatient for more. The challenge for trainers, facilitators, and coaches is to capture the attention and passion of learners and teach them to use new content in a fully engaged way that creates lasting results. The system shared in this paper offers an approach to setting up the learning experience in a way that will unleash the learning energy and create enthusiasm, openness, involvement, meaning, and lasting results for the learner and the organization.
Error - something went wrong!
Other Resources in this Stream
Managers’ Emotional Intelligence, Their Perceived Use of Directive and Supportive Leader Behaviors, and the Resultant Employee Satisfaction
High Performance Teams: What It Takes to Make Them Work
Leader Trustworthiness and Employee Work Intentions: A Canonical Correlation Study
Creating an Effective eLearning Solution
The Power of Customer Loyalty
Creating a memorable customer experience is a significant competitive advantage
Why a Situational Approach to Leadership Matters
A Business Case for Optimal Motivation
People are always motivated. The question is not if but why they are motivated.
Coaching Skills: The Missing Link for Leaders
Developing Self Leaders—A Competitive Advantage for Organizations
A Competitive Advantage for Organizations
What Do We Know About Development Levels?
Situational Leadership II
Building Trust: The Critical Link to a High-Involvement, High-Energy Workplace Begins with a Common Language
The High Cost of Low Trust
Leadership Strategies for Making Change Stick
Recent studies show that as much as 70% of all change initiatives fail. Why?
Essential Skills Every First-time Manager Should Master
For the first-time manager, making the transition from being an individual contributor to a manager can be a dramatic shift.
Employee Work Passion - Volume 3: Connecting the Dots
Employee work passion defined
Keeping and Developing High Potential Employees
Retaining, developing, and advancing high-potential employees is critical to the health and growth of organizations.
Managing Coaching for Results and ROI
Coaching makes a difference in organizations because it addresses key business issues and lets people know what they should do more of or less of to achieve personal and organizational goals.
Trust: An Essential Ingredient for Leadership Success
A key component of successful working relationships between leaders and followers, trust enables cooperation, encourages information sharing, and increases openness and mutual acceptance.
Millennials in the Workplace: How Do Managers Inspire Them?
In this paper, we will provide a deeper understanding of how Millennials think and how this relates to workplace demands today.
Take the Fear Out of Feedback
Research from The Ken Blanchard Companies indicates that there are three main reasons people resist giving feedback.
Measuring Employee Engagement: How Do Organizations Measure Up?