Does your L&D programme need supercharging?
Wonder if your company’s learning material is sinking in? It’s generally agreed that we remember more of what we see than what we read because the human brain processes visual cues better than written information. Retention increases again when that visual input is reenforced with practical application and yet still further when joined to physical movement.
Still asking colleagues to read the latest bulletin? Now’s the time to re-think your learning and development programme….and probably your staff communications strategy!
Engaging younger colleagues
Mixing self-study with practical application
Remember the saying “it’s like riding a bike” implying that muscle memory stays for a long time. To get maximum knowledge retention, mix learning with movement. We’re not suggesting you need to create a new dance routine for each set of learning (although that could be interesting!), however associating a physical action with a piece of learning massively increases retention. It could be a hand gesture, a nod
Why not try kinaesthetic aided learning on a course and see what a difference
Internal story telling
Ever wonder how people remember Pi to 500 decimal places? The answer is through internal storytelling.
Creating a story which encompasses elements of what you’re trying to remember will greatly increase the chance of you remembering it. Need your colleagues to remember critical information? Turn it into a story!
We can help you create memorable stories to ensure key messages are retained.