The learning reinforcement system to help you leverage your leadership development investment to produce lasting behavior change, energize your teams, and transform results.
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Make It Relevant: Sticky leadership training* includes information that is immediately actionable, and useful in our day-to-day lives. Connect the dots for your group by providing real-world stories, and realistic actions that can be applied in their context.
Reinforce the Learning: Weekly reminders of key learnings, combined with clear, action steps enhance recall. Make a weekly connection to their current experience for meaningful lessons they will remember, and put into action. These "Booster Events" stimulate recall of the learned material, and help overcome the dreaded Forgetting Curve.**
Make it Interactive: Interactive activities, questions, and challenges with reward can create a healthy competitive environment that taps into dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin production (associated with reward, happiness, confidence and being part of a group). Points systems and rewards for completion of the Learning Lab follow-up programs aid in retention.
What if that reinforcement were available for the 30 – 60 days it takes to create a new behavior?
And what if it only took 2 minutes every three or four days?
The Learning Lab follow-up programs promote "sticky" learning systems. We follow-up with interactive and engaging activities, foster a climate of friendly competition, and create accountability through community.
Best of all, the Let’s Grow Leaders Learning Lab can be delivered directly to a participants phone via SMS messaging (in the United States) or email (globally) so participants encounter their learning reinforcement in their natural workflow.
If your goal is to increase retention of key concepts gained in training, then the steps you take after the workshop are possibly even more important than the training itself!