In this video, explore adult learning styles.
- Have you ever heard the word andragogy?…I know, it's a tongue twister.…It's the science of how adults learn and the basis…for all learning and development best practices.…First and foremost, adults need to see…how training makes them more effective in their work.…You can think of it as the answer to the question,…what's in it for me?…Malcolm Knowles, the educator who popularized…the term andragogy, concluded that adults are independent,…self-directed learners who draw on life experiences…to reinforce learning.…
There are three learning styles associated…with adult learners.…They are auditory, visual, and kinesthetic.…Auditory learners retain information they hear best.…Training that involves dialogue or audio presentations…would be engaging for an auditory learner.…Visual learners connect with training they see,…so they would pay attention to non-verbal cues,…charts, graphs, or other visual aids.…Kinesthetic learners are hands-on.…They learn when they move and physically interact…with the training.…
The best kind of training for them involves role-play,…
- Modeling ethical standards
- Managing legal risks
- Finding and interviewing candidates
- Designing training and measuring its effectiveness
- Designing total rewards
- Promoting diversity and inclusion
- Employee engagement strategies
- Managing complaints and grievances
- Implementing workplace programs
Skill Level Advanced
Introduction to the PHR Certification Examwith Joanne Simon-Walters58m 16s Intermediate
1. Exam Topics: Business Management
2. Exam Topics: Talent Planning and Acquisition
3. Exam Topics: Learning and Development
4. Exam Topics: Total Rewards
5. Exam Topics: Employee and Labor Relations
6. Study Plan
Conclusion and Farewell
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