The half-life of skills is becoming much shorter (hello ChatGPT...). This means people need near-constant skill upgrades, enhancement and training.
But even if you know the topics that matter, a lot of the results miss the mark. Training ends up feeling flat. Everyone goes through the motions, or perhaps there’s a spike in interest before an inevitable regression to the status quo.
Often the problem comes down to not creating spaces and materials that make people feel truly engaged in what’s going on.
Here are 3 ideas for making your learning, training and development experiences more engaging...
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