Captivate Your Audience
Make your training more engaging and memorable
The challenge that all trainers face is, “How do I cover all the information I need to cover and still have time to make the program engaging and memorable?” Part of the solution requires using the “So What?” formula to help better prioritize key content and then finding innovative ways to address less critical items. The other part of the solution is incorporating the CAPtive training model which focuses on getting participants more engaged with content that they remember and ultimately will apply. This program covers the five major areas for developing and delivering a training program that leaves attendees excited about what they have learned and excited to put it into action.
When you leave this session you will have learned:
- How to create structure to your training that makes it easy for participants to follow along
- How to use the “So What?” tool to prioritize key content
- Creative ideas for addressing less critical items or items that may be of interest to fewer people in the group
- 28 activities you can use to reinforce your training concepts
- 22 examples that will help participants relate to key learnings
- 8 ways to keep participants actively engaged
- How to incorporate more visuals for greater understanding
- How to add fun and the “unusual” to make your training exciting and memorable
- How to make your training instructor-led but participant-centered
- More examples for training ideas
- An opportunity to work either individually, or in teams, on developing a new content for your training programs
I was impressed with the significant improvement I saw in just one day with our group. All their comments about the program were very favorable. We look forward to working with you again in the future.
Jackie McMartin, Group VP of Human Resources,
Wagner Spray Tech
I am seeing tangible benefit from your training with my team. Several in our group have considerably improved their presentation style. My satisfaction level is very high.
Bob Paine, VP Regional Field Marketing,
Dairy Queen International