Audiences can tend to tune out immediately assuming a learning experience will be boring or irrelevant. In this video, learn how to develop strategies to engage and involve them.
- I'm sure you have sat through … some terrible training in your life. … I certainly have. … Usually, when people don't enjoy a learning experience, … it's because it was boring or irrelevant. … So be sure to ask this question: … what will get my audience engaged? … This happens on two levels. … First, you want them to feel that the training is relevant. … I always like to address one of their pain points … or challenges early on. … When they get a usable takeaway, … they're likely to want to learn more. … And now, they're leaning into this experience with you. … Second, create the right activities that involve them. … Do this through interactive exercises … that get them moving or talking. … These should not be cheesy, … but rather activities that replicate challenges they face … and give them opportunities to practice. … Once you're known for engaging training, … your audiences will be much more eager … to come back in the future. … …
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- Identifying your organization's stage and strategic goals
- What success looks like
- What has already been tried
- Designing a learning experience
- Telling the learning story
- Engaging your audience
- Extending learning
- Measuring success
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Understanding Your Organization
2. Solving a Learning Problem
3. Designing a Learning Experience
4. Designing the Learning
5. Building the Learning
6. Extending the Learning
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