Building Interactivity into Training

Building Interactivity into Training

Seven Dimensions
Updated Apr 16, 2020

One of the fundamental things Kylie Bell aims to achieve is getting her groups to move around and not remain in the same seat all day. She sets this expectation at the beginning of training programs, which clients end up appreciating. Once the energy is harnessed, trainers need to “ride the wave” – to spot when the task they’ve set has turned to chit-chat and it’s time to increase or decrease momentum. Training needn’t be all-day sitting session. Move around, says Kylie Bell. Monitor group energy levels.

This program is one of the Insights and Strategies Series, featuring psychologist Eve Ash interviewing a range of experts and business leaders who share their experiences and practical strategies for achieving best practice.

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Business Outcomes

This program is designed to help people develop their skills as a trainer and facilitator. Find out how to design powerful training programs, and explain and train so learners are engaged and your training is successful.