Ways to Support Learning After Training

Ways to Support Learning After Training

After acquainting ourselves in the Forgetting Curve (https://modlettes.Forgetting Curve)  to the challenges of making learning stick, we know it takes varied practice, lots of review and workplace support to become competent in new skills.  We also know that it is...
You’d Be Surprised

You’d Be Surprised

Yes, you’d be surprised the amount of money some companies spend on sales training.  However, most of this money is spent on developing sales skills.  When it comes to salesperson knowledge, people know too little about their particular industry, their Customer needs,...
Developing Training that Engages Millennials

Developing Training that Engages Millennials

By 2020 our workforce should be comprised of 50% millennials (people born between 1980 and 2000).  As a generation they have different expectations, different values and tend to do many things differently. Young professionals are more likely to switch jobs if they are...
Zen and the Art of Innovation

Zen and the Art of Innovation

The very word “innovation” conjures up visions of exceptional products that have revolutionised their industry.  The companies behind these innovative products are seen as legends and are usually market leaders. Corporate companies looking to drive innovation usually...
Making Learning Happen

Making Learning Happen

We all know that one learning session is not enough.  Over a century ago Herman Ebbinghaus did some ground-breaking work that effects your business today.  He conceived and developed the forgetting curve.  The forgetting effect states that memory loss is exponential,...