Less, but Better: Avoiding Cognitive Overload in Learning Design

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How consistent is knowledge in your organization? How sure are you that each and every employee has the skills needed to do their job? Do learners leave your training sessions with a feeling of being overwhelmed?

The human brain can only handle so much information at a time. Many training programs throw content constantly at learners, and hope the important stuff sticks.

This session will help guide you towards: - Identifying Cognitive Overload - Combating Cognitive Overload by - Culling Content - Revisiting and Practice

Steve Caponigri

Creating Business Results Through Learning

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