See you next week at ASTD!

See you next week at ASTD!

 

Visit Mindmarker at ASTD May 4-7, Booth #1411
Visit Mindmarker at ASTD May 4-7, Booth #1411

We are getting ready to head to Washington D.C. for the ASTD 2014 International Conference & Exposition, May 4-7. We have so many exciting new things to share with you, including a brand new Windows phone app and a new partnership with Logical Operations. If you're attending the conference, please be sure to stop by and visit us at booth #1411.

As you research Reinforcement options at ASTD, or anytime, here are a few key questions to ask that can help you evaluate your options:

  • How do you measure behavior change?
  • How do you keep the participants following the reinforcement course?
  • What's the difference between your reinforcement and the forgetting curve?
  • What method is used to select type and timing of content?
  • Which behavior change results did you achieve with your learners?

Mindmarker loves to share knowledge with you on reinforcement. Visit our reinforcement course design team at the Mindmarker booth to find the answers you need about reinforcement.

Mindmarker also likes to share results. One of our most recent projects was an insurance company that had as one of their goals to increase use of the online workbooks of one of their training courses. Historically participants were completing the work at a 27% completion rate, after implementing the Mindmarker system, participants are now completing these assignments at a 83% completion rate.

Not going to the ASTD conference?

You can still learn all about Mindmarker's new innovations. Our team is available to answer all of your questions. Simply contact us by email at info@mindmarker.com or click here to use the contact form on our website.

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