Storyboards, why use one?

By Reena

A storyboard is a tool used in training design. It outlines the purpose and content, including text, activities, media and audio that will be in the training. As the name suggests it tells the story about the training. Storyboards are shared with clients to review and provide feedback on. They are also used by developers,…

Training false emergency

By Reena

How often have you heard or said “Let’s get everyone into training, that’ll fix it!” In my learning and development career (spanning decades) I have heard this countless times, even on the news the other night. A training false emergency is usually a superficial problem, that is something that is not a real priority. It…

I am Reena, your training and development expert

By Reena

It’s funny how knowledge can be filed away and then something, or someone triggers action in the hippocampus, which is what happened during a training and development session I attended last week. People recall faces better than a logo. I knew this yet I hadn’t done much about it on the site. It was the…

Training can be short sharp and effective

By Reena

he 70/20/10 learning model breaks down how learning can occur. 10% of formal training occurs in a classroom – physical or online learning or virtual instructor led. 20% of learning occurs through coaching, mentoring and support. A big chunk of learning is informal. 70% of what you learn can be done on the job through…

What do you want _______ to do for you?

By Reena

Instructor Led Training, Knowledge Checks, Instructional Design, Content Curation, Virtual Training, Story-boarding, Documentation, Coaching, Mentoring, Workbooks, Facilitation, Workshop, Role Play, Quizzes, Games, Portal, LMS, One on One’s, Train the Trainers, Online Modules etc When deciding on and planning for any of the above it may help to begin with the outcome first and then determining…