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You might have the best
learning programs in the world today.
But what good is that if your learners
can’t remember the material tomorrow?
Educating your employees well is a big task—
involving real expenses of time and money—and it’s not a one-time deal.
How do you protect your return on investment … from day one?
… hit-and-run style learning programs are great for checking boxes.
They’re not so great for ongoing performance.
Remember in high school, when you had to take algebra before calculus?
It was because you needed building blocks before you could claim complete mastery.
Brain science and common sense both tell us learning is iterative and ongoing.
If you've ever ...
Reset the Curve
Think of forgetting as a curve*, where you forget more as time goes on. You can actually reset that curve—and it’s pretty simple, once you know how.
KNOWLEDGE → PRACTICE
The goal of education is to move information from the short-term to the long-term portions of your learners’ brains—creating and reinforcing good habits. Learn from tried-and-true methods of making this happen.
SPEND YOUR RESOURCES WISELY
Is it worth it to “add a tail” to your existing learning programs? Mindfully cultivating core skills in new and existing employees is always a wise investment.
4 Steps to a Learning Reinforcement Culture
Are you ready to create an effective Learning Reinforcement plan that promotes a culture of ongoing learning and makes a measurable impact in your organization? Start here with our exclusive, downloadable eBook, 4 Steps to a Learning Reinforcement Culture.
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“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
Let's chat about Learning Reinforcement
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*The Forgetting Curve was discovered and named by Hermann Ebbinghaus in the 1800s.