Meditation and reflection doesn’t have to be a feel-good-hippy concept to be used in training, it can be a very important part of learning.
Everyone has bad experiences in their jobs. Turning those bad experiences into good practices makes you more marketable, dependable, and consistent. Here are a few ways my bad experiences have helped me.
Consistency in training is necessary for learners to know what is expected of them. Building these relationships rely on something called heuristics.
New instructional designers are always wanting to know what the best tools are for doing their work. I answer this question right here!
How do we determine which employees we observe and analyze for creating training? I submit that we are doing it wrong if we are analyzing and basing our training on top performers. Here’s why.