Training Reinforcement

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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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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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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3 Ways to Effectively Reinforce Corporate Training


So you’re planning to implement a new learning initiative and you've started to think about using reinforcement to achieve behavior change. You..

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Why You Need to Reinforce Employee Onboarding


Organizations conduct training on a variety of topics from sales training to customer service training, but employee onboarding training program..

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5 Ways You Can Use Technology to Reinforce Training


Traditional training can increase employee productivity by as much as 22 percent. Yet, this type of training is often "one and done," as opposed..

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Understanding the Five Gaps of Reinforcement


Just because participants have undergone training doesn’t mean they are prepared to immediately change their behavior as a result. In fact, lack..

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