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Top 3 Question Types for your Trainer’s Toolkit

May 2nd, 2016 Jeff Welch

As a corporate trainer, I learned very early in my career the many benefits of asking thought-provoking questions while delivering a course. ...
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4 Best Practices to Ensure Training Transfer

April 25th, 2016 Linda Carole Pierce

I’m sure we have all heard the cliché, “If you don’t use it, you lose it.”...
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How to Excel as a New Training Manager

April 18th, 2016 Marsha Weisleder

So, you’ve been promoted to the position of training manager. Clearly someone has seen the spark of leadership in you....
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An Icebreaker When Time is Tight

April 11th, 2016 Paul Sitter

A table change is a useful tool for trainers to help manage group dynamics. It can also be used as an energizer and to minimize disruptions....
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How to Keep Your Training Skills Sharp

April 4th, 2016 Lynne Koltookian

There are many things in life that require a tune-up periodically to ensure consistent performance. ...
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How to Promote the Transfer of Training

March 28th, 2016 Beth Brashear

“Thank you for attending.” Have you ever been to a course where the instructor closed with this statement?...
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3 Tips for Appealing to All Learning Styles

March 21st, 2016 Linda Carole Pierce

Most trainers are familiar with the term “Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).” In its simplest form, this term identifies the three preferred learning styles most individuals have. ...
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3 Instructional Techniques to Win Over Learners

March 14th, 2016 Jeff Welch

As you start reading this blog you may wonder how a Greek philosopher relates to instructional techniques used in a training session. Keep reading and it will all come together. I promise....
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5 Items Instructors Should Watch and Listen For

March 7th, 2016 Lynne Koltookian

Even though we, as classroom and virtual trainers, do not have the ability to fly like owls, we still need keen eyesight and hearing....
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How to Help Learners Become Proficient after Training

February 29th, 2016 Langevin Team

Written by: The Langevin Team One of the topics that pops up during many Langevin course overviews is what training “is,” and what training “is not.” Simply put, training provides the knowledge and skills to meet or improve the performance required for any task related to a current job. We often hear clients state the […]...
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