i Ravinder Tulsiani | Training EDGE - Instructional Design, Training, Consulting, Learning - Part 3
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JAN
2014

Why Post-Workshop Reinforcement Strategies Remain Crucial

Providing training for your workforce helps in developing an organization’s capacity to execute strategy and perform in a cutthroat market. In addition, it also assists in building brand loyalty and recall among a fickle customer base. There are always advantages for providing trainin
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12
JAN
2014

Managing People Through Change: 4 Business Models That Can Work for Your Organization

Change is the only thing that is constant in life. We need to prepare for it or we would be left behind in the race of life. Changes occur everywhere including in the business environment and workplace. These changes include layoffs, budgetary cuts, corporate takeovers, shake-ups at t
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12
JAN
2014

Establishing Effective Knowledge Retention Strategy

Results are the only way to judge the success of any business or organization. The most successful businesses are high pressure, high performance driven environments. The employees who do well are the ones who are ambitious and driven. Inevitably these individuals are always seeking b
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JAN
2014

Why Most Companies Get in the Way of Employee Learning and What You Should Do About It

Informal learning accounts for almost 80 percent of all the learning activities within the organization, then why do most companies focus all their efforts on formal training. “Most organizations don’t utilize the full potential of informal learning” says Ravinder Tulsiani, a Learning
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12
JAN
2014

How to Create a Positive Learning Environment to Maximize Learning

You can have the best training material and delivery method, but if I don’t like the training environment or am not motivated to learn; chances are that I will walk out of that training room with very little new knowledge or skill. “Creating a positive learning environment is the key
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12
JAN
2014

Six Steps to Assessing Staff Training Needs

Well-trained employees ensure your business success, as such, it’s crucial that any gaps in potential and actual skill levels of the employees are identified and bridged quickly to maximize their potential. Once you identify the employee skills gap in light of business potential, you
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JAN
2014

Return On Investment (ROI)

UNDERSTANDING WHAT ROI IS AND HOW IT’S USED TO HELP BUSINESSES IMPROVE THEMSELVES Just how important is a return on investment (or ROI)? Well, it’s so important that many organizations are gradually more concerned in measuring the return on investment than the typically used training
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12
JAN
2014

Tips for Facilitators

Good facilitators share common characteristics: 1. Be prepared 2. Have clear objectives and goals 3. Clarify meeting expectations 4. Allow participants to learn from one another 5. Expect participants to be engaged 6. Enforce positive and respectful interaction 7. Summarize and clarif
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12
JAN
2014

Characteristics of the Adult Learner

Workplace training experiences are more likely to be successful if they are built upon the needs of adult learners. Researcher Malcom Knowles identifies some vital principles of adult learning: -Adults need to be actively involved in the learning. -Adult learners are self-directed -Ad
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12
JAN
2014

Facilitating Content Flow

Although there are many ways to introduce content, a typical flow is as follows: · Challenge: This can be in the form of a question, a thought provoking story, an example, a set of facts or statistics, a shared experience, a metaphor, etc. Give enough background to launch a healthy an
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