Trainers have to be creative if they want their participants to feel excited, challenged, and involved. The Creative Training Idea Book is packed with instructions for using activities, games, puzzles, toys, and props to increase energy and active participation in the classroom, and reveals how to think creatively about training in any situation. Based on the authoras nearly three decades of training experience, this invaluable resource gives trainers the tools to adopt a fun, energetic approach that will make for a stimulating learning environment. Readers will learn new methods for: * setting the right tone * uncovering participant needs * grouping participants and selecting leaders * avoiding and reclaiming turned-off learners * encouraging and rewarding participation * and much more! Filled with checklists, forms, resources, and dozens of qqBright Ideaqq blurbs, The Creative Training Idea Book will help trainers and their learners achieve maximum learning results.Hannaford, C., Smart Moves: Why Learning is NOT All in Your Head, Great Ocean Publishers, Arlington, VA, 1995. Hannaford, C., The ... Jensen, E., Sizzle and Substance: Presenting with the Brain in Mind, The Brain Store, San Diego, CA, 1998. Pierce, H.J., The Ownera#39;s Manual for the Brain: Everyday Applications from Mind-Brain Research, 2nd ed., Bard Press, Marietta, GA, 2000. Race, P. and Smith, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Creative Training Idea Book|
|Author||:||Robert W. Lucas|
|Publisher||:||AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn - 2006-11-19|