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How to Develop & Reinforce Leadership Training Programs


Too many companies strive to reinforce training, but make one critical mistake: Reinforcement is not retraining. You cannot construct an effective..

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Reinforcement  ≠  Knowledge Retention


Knowledge retention is an important component in establishing behavior change, but in order to establish behavior change, participants must apply..

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How to Change Your Learners' Behaviors


The main focus of any training and development department is to create the most effective training program possible. Training programs should..

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5-Levels of Evaluating Training Success


The reinforcement scorecard provides an overview of the methods used, the defined objectives and the results. Level 1 results (Reaction) to Level..

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10 Key Benefits of Adaptive Learning


When peers are moving at different paces, the slow learners will inevitably fall behind those who are moving through the reinforcement course more..

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Why Companies Love Training Reinforcement (And Why You Should Too!)


Training reinforcement has become front and center for many organizations. Why? Because training reinforcement has proven to increase retention..

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5 Quick Facts About Training Reinforcement


More than 90% of the information taught during your employee training is forgotten within two weeks. For training to be most effective, it has to..

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How to Create & Achieve Your Training Goals


Often times reinforcement objectives are confused with learning goals. However, in many cases these 2 are the exact opposite. To determine your..

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Closing the 5 Reinforcement Gaps


It’s a common misconception that just because someone has been trained, that they will be able to use the knowledge and skills learned during..

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