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Tag: Experiential Learning

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  1. Are you translating your Training Needs Analysis into effective experiential learning?

    Are you translating your Training Needs Analysis into effective experiential learning? We often encounter clients who conduct a 'conventional' Training Needs Analysis (TNA) and then struggle to convert the results to the design of an experientially based programme of learning. A combination of line manager / peer observation, survey and strategic considerations should reveal a pretty comprehensive representation of individual ... Read more...
  2. What's the right setting for delivering Experiential Learning content?

    What's the right setting for delivering Experiential Learning content? In the blog I wrote last month I tried to address some of the assumptions about experiential learning that seem to be getting in the way of people including elements of this approach in their programming. It seems that the most pervasive of these assumptions is about the physical spaces that are needed to deliver effective experiential content. To ... Read more...
  3. Are your assumptions about Experiential Learning getting in the way of a breakthrough in performance?

    Are your assumptions about Experiential Learning getting in the way of a breakthrough in performance? My friend and colleague Graham Cook is heading to Florida later this month where he'll be delivering a session at Training Magazine's 'Training 2024' conference and exhibition. His session is titled 'How to Design Behavioral Change Using Experiential Learning Activities'. I'm not going to be alongside him for this conference but that doesn't mean I... Read more...
  4. How do facilitators work with groups who have had an 'easy win'?

    How do facilitators work with groups who have had an 'easy win'? There were some interesting responses to last month’s blog which considered how to handle a session where your group are unsuccessful at completing the experiential task you have set them. For some people this was accepted as very sound advice, and it seems to have taken away some of the ‘fear of failure’ that was out there. ... Read more...
  5. How to maximise the impact of workplace learning interventions

    How to maximise the impact of workplace learning interventions I wrote last month about the resurgence of face-to-face learning interventions after such a long hiatus. The conversations we had at the ATD Exhibition in San Diego were immensely heartening as L+D professionals were not only talking enthusiastically about these events but recognising the importance of using them well, and in many cases this ... Read more...
  6. Our learning from ATD23, and why it might signal a mass-adoption of experiential methodologies

    Our learning from ATD23, and why it might signal a mass-adoption of experiential methodologies My last blog was about how the RSVP Design team were heading for the ATD23 Conference in San Diego and what I anticipated the conversations at our booth would be all about. We’re back now after a very successful and sociable conference, and I thought it would be worth continuing the theme by checking whether things went as I anticipated. Did... Read more...
  7. Do the learning tools you use guarantee international learning?

    Do the learning tools you use guarantee international learning? RSVP Design has a team out at the ATD23 Conference in San Diego soon, and we’re getting ready for a lot of good conversations packed into a very short time. A big international conference is always a buzz, meeting customers, distributors, colleagues whom we haven’t seen in so long, and hopefully attracting many new people to our stand. ... Read more...
  8. Do you have the experiential edge to develop self-reliant learners?

     Do you have the experiential edge to develop self-reliant learners? What happens to a group of participants in a learning programme once they’ve gone back to their workplace? Assuming we’re not contracted to engage in structured follow-up this is probably a nagging and persistent question. If the group are in the same organisation as us then it’s relatively easy to find out - perhaps as easy as ... Read more...
  9. ATD 23 Conference & Expo in San Diego (May 21-24)

    ATD 23 Conference & Expo in San Diego (May 21-24) We are delighted to be back attending live Conferences and particularly excited to be returning to Live Exhibitions and having the chance to meet people at ATD in San Diego in May! If you plan to visit the ATD 23 San Diego Expo between May 22nd and 24th, come visit us on Stand 1439! We’ve attended many ATD events over the last 20 years and ... Read more...
  10. How You Can Help Your Leaders Lead

    How You Can Help Your Leaders Lead One decision that faces designers of learning experiences in organisations is how to integrate and include the leaders of the groups involved. Do I ignore the workplace hierarchy and simply integrate the leaders into the experience? Do I mirror the workplace and have the leaders continue in that role during the activity? Do I create a special place... Read more...

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