The Art and Science of Training
There is a common misconception in the training world that people within organizations don’t want to learn new stuff. As training practitioners, we say participants are distracted, unfocused, and disengaged. We claim it’s their fault participants forget the lessons presented because they weren’t in the moment and not engaged.
Well, we’re wrong. People come to your class wanting to be engaged, but then we kill the mood. We don’t let people access information needed because we don’t allow technology in the class.We want people to be active in their professional development, but then won’t let them choose their own “professional development” path. By claiming we know best, we make the choice for them.
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