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When we hear or read a word, hundreds of signals activate the visual, auditory, and language-processing regions of our brains in a matter of milliseconds. They tap into our working memory, long-term memory, and even our subconscious to give things meaning. Considering all these responses are elicited by a single word, imagine what your brain looks like while processing an entire story.
“I am accountable” is a statement many people make with satisfaction, pride, and a sense of strength and accomplishment. It’s also one that many learning professionals would like to hear more often in their organizations.This post outlines accountability's many benefits (to individuals and organizations) and presents L&D with a 4-step strategy for building accountability organization-wide.
Today’s workforce spans five generations—each with their own distinct learning style. While there’s a plethora of research breaking down each generation and their respective learning styles, it’s important to recognize cross-generational similarities. This infographic shows common characteristics and preferences of the modern learner (regardless of age).
Studies show that infusing a bit of humor can significantly influence positive learning outcomes. This research-based post includes tips on the effective use of humor in training.
Media Partners is known for engaging content that leads to changed behavior. Here are 10 examples!
Sometimes, getting people on board with training can be as difficult as getting them to eat a plate of vegetables. Many of us resist doing things that are "good for us". Here are 4 tips on how to get your people excited about employee development.
Bad attitudes are contagious and they can be difficult to navigate. As a manager, what can you do with a staff member whose negative attitude is bringing down the whole team?The answer is simple: you focus on performance.
Our Rebuttal Brain can cause us to nix someone else’s idea before they’ve fully explained it. Here’s a great article on how to wrestle your Rebuttal Brain into submission!
The first step to dealing with potential theft is awareness. To help managers spot the signs, we have provided an infographic depicting 11 signs of potential employee theft.
The unconscious biases we hold could interfere with collaboration, productivity, employment decisions, and morale. If our biases are unconscious, how do we identify and rid ourselves of them? Good question.