A learning strategy ebook
Without a strategy to top up your learners knowledge you're losing most of the benefits of your learning.
Research has shown that reinforcing learning is an effective way of locking in the information in your training.
Covering the benefits as well as the pitfalls to avoid, this guide will explain why and how learning reinforcement is the most important factor in the success of your learning strategy.
- 3 compelling reasons for learning reinforcement
- Scientific research
- The learning cycle
- Impact on the bottom line
- Barriers to learning reinforcement
- Using learning reinforcement in the workplace
- Real life case studies
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