Using Nonverbal Communication Cues with Adult Learners

Using Nonverbal Communication Cues with Adult Learners Anyone who has been in the business world for a period of time has likely received instruction on how to effectively communicate with others through the use of nonverbal cues. By consciously controlling eye, facial, hand gestures and other body movements, you can enhance and support verbal messages while … Read more

Nonverbal Communication Tip For Trainers

Nonverbal Communication Tip For Trainers Anyone who has done any amount of training knows that there are times when participants will have side conversations unrelated to the session topic. Not only is this distracting for others, but those involved likely also miss key information that can cause problems later. To effectively control such behavior, a … Read more

Strategies for Maintaining Credibility and Learner Trust in the Classroom

Strategies for Maintaining Credibility and Learner Trust in the Classroom Maintaining trust and credibility in front of any group of learners or students is crucial to your success as a trainer, presenter, educator or facilitator. As with any other environment, if you fail to build and maintain trust, you run the risk of relationship breakdown and … Read more

Taking a Brain-Based Learning Approach to Training Design and Development

Taking a Brain-Based Learning Approach to Training Design and Development Using creativity in training to establish a brain-based learning environment is essential for helping learners better gain, retain, recall, and use what they experience. As trainers and educators, you should open your eyes and take an objective look around from time-to-time in order to discover … Read more