Busting learning strategy myths with neuroscience

Aside from the timeless challenges of L&D strategy, like proving ROI, here are many assumptions we make. Should learning interventions be challenging? Should people repeat back what they've learned? In this series, Jan Hills uses the latest neuroscience findings to tackle some of the most pervasive L&D strategy myths.

brain neuroscience
Article
10th Jul 2018
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Getting employees to buy into the idea of learning something new ultimately comes down to engaging with their brains in the right way...
Tough gym session
Article
23rd Mar 2016
In this series we look at a number of myths which have grown up around good learning strategy and design and take the findings from...
Transfering world
Article
29th Mar 2016
2
In this series we look at a number of myths which have grown up around good learning strategy and design and take the findings from...
Overflowing laundry
Article
4th Apr 2016
4
In this series we look at a number of myths which have grown up around good learning strategy and design and take the findings from...
Ratio graph
Article
6th Apr 2016
1
In this series we look at a number of myths which have grown up around good learning strategy and design and take the findings from...
virtual learning
Article
9th Aug 2018
4
Digital technology is making virtual learning easier than ever before, but in order to fully exploit the opportunities this presents, we...
Blackboard and chalk
Article
18th Apr 2016
1
In this series we look at a number of myths which have grown up around good learning strategy and design and take the findings from...
Unlocking the brain
Article
22nd Apr 2016
1
In this series we look at a number of myths which have grown up around good learning strategy and design and take the findings from...