Do you ever feel like pulling your hair out because you just can’t think of a better way to get results from your training programmes? Perhaps you need a bit Continue Reading →
A blog by Stella Collins Question 2 (following on from my post on 31st July) What are the risks to instructional design, if organisations fail to consider and utilise the Continue Reading →
A blog by Stella Collins I recently had a conversation with someone working their way through the CIPD Level 7, Fast track, advanced award in Design, Delivery and Evaluation Principles. Continue Reading →
In a recent Virtual Session about ‘Difficult Conversations’ we shared the importance of a key step to briefly build rapport before embarking on the real conversation so that both people Continue Reading →
In July 2018, Stella Collins recorded a podcast with theprezenter.com to explore how the LEARNS model can help make your message stick – particularly for presentations in this case.
Forget the short-term memory fixes. Here, we delve into what’s needed to make sticky learning – helping people to form new long-term memories, habits and behaviors. Check out this blog Continue Reading →
“When you understand some of the neuroscience and psychology that’s going on in people’s heads, it becomes much easier to deliver messages that people understand, remember and can act on Continue Reading →
What are your thoughts on leaders and learning? Is a leader’s role simply to tell and do, or is it just as important for leaders to help others learn? When Continue Reading →
Podcast co-host Jo Cook welcomes Stella Collins back to the microphone to talk a bit more about the brain, neuroscience and sticky change.
Guest blog from The Inform Team with whom we’ve been working on transformational change programmes Link the ‘why’ to the ‘how’ to make IT stick Getting employees to embrace and Continue Reading →