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Post-pandemic training is moving online, and that could be good news.
Self-directed e-learning and blended learning programmes create powerful action-learning loops – making them incredibly effective at embedding new skills and behaviours.
(They’re also easier to access, cheaper to run, and don’t involve carbon-footprint-enlarging flights across the world to get people into the same room. We’re all for them.) TThigh
What we do
Creating from scratch, or converting f2f and remote training into self-directed learning.
Programmatic learning that includes e-learning, using spacing effects to make learning stick.
Maximising the value of the courses you trust without reinventing the wheel.
And look, if you need something that sounds like those things but isn’t quite any of them,
chances are we can help with that too.
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Making learning stick
People have to be nurtured, encouraged, and incentivised for training to stick for the long haul. Blended learning takes care of that via refreshers, communities of practice and champions programmes that let the skills people learn in training live on long after the course is over.
The anatomy of a
blended learning course
Inside the insights:
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We remember information best when it’s repeated across time and across environments.
The Generation Effect
We remember information we work out for ourselves far better than information told to us.
Attributing points, levels, and rewards to motivate people to do tasks you’d like to encourage.
We remember and believe information given to us as stories, especially when they involve conflict but end on an emotional high.
When we’re unsure about something (like using data at work), we tend to follow what other people do.
Lotteries as Incentives
We overweight our chances of winning even when the likelihood is tiny. We all think we’re special!
We tend to agree with those we respect, like high-ranking people in our businesses, and industry leaders.
Finding out the consequences of our actions immediately helps steer our decision-making.
We find information that’s simpler and easier to understand more believable.
The Peak-End Rule
We remember the best moments of our experiences, and how they end.
The Humour Effect
We’re more motivated by and remember experiences that make us laugh.
Recent case studies
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