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How traditional training tends to stifle real learning Different Learning Styles and How To Accommodate Them The different needs of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners VAKI principle—training strategies for each type How to reach all learning modalities when conducting training Engagement Strategies For Enhanced Learning Keeping your participants alert, engaged, open and relaxed Using rapport-building techniques with success Using activities and games to reinforce the learning Implementing a variety of learning exercises Energizing Computer-based Training Inherent problems with computer-based training and what to do about them Creative strategies for revitalizing technical training How to make computer-based training practical for all learning styles Games and activities that will make the learning process more effective Special room set-up allowing for a flexible and fluid training environment Taking On E-learning Advantages and disadvantages with e-learning Synchronous versus Asynchronous e-learning Why Blended Learning is the ideal solution The 4 secret pillars of e-learning Combining Media To Make An Impact Avoiding “death by power point”. Use simple methods to create compelling visuals—what to include and what to leave out Do’s and don’ts of PowerPoint Using brain-compatible flip-chart techniques that increase peripheral learning by up to 80% Creating great flip-charts (stick people are OK) Using music to enhance learning Engaging the image-brain for rapid memorization Presenting Information For Optimum Comprehension and Recall Why “data dumping” is severely counter- productive Various techniques to reinforce memorization and “lock in” new content How peripherals can significantly increase learning HOT Tips for your trainer toolbox 4 Key Presentation Strategies 3 step power formula for providing a global understanding of the material presented How to “chunk” information for easy assimilation “Signal phrases” and how to use them

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How to revisit content in multiple ways and why it’s so important What to do when there’s not enough time to deliver all the material Handling “difficult” participants with ease Techniques for effectively dealing with the most common types Prevention steps to avoid the encounter in the first place

Day 2 Listening Skills 2 common myths 3 levels of listening How to encourage “active listening” 10 tips to becoming a better listener How To Field Questions Avoid 3 common mistakes when responding to questions When should you re-direct questions? 5 tips on fielding questions How to ensure equal “air-time” for everyone in the room Facilitating Activities and Giving Clear Directions Taking off the hat of Subject Matter Expert and donning the hat of Facilitator How to give clear, to-the-point directions that get participants immediately engaged and on task Brain-Compatible Training Techniques Brain facts Why you need to present information to both sides of the brain Brain energizers Presentation Skills—Voice & Body Language Assessing your voice Strengthening your voice Using your voice for maximum impact:

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    The power of the pause

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    How to achieve an even “pace”

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    How to use tone and inflection to convey your message

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    Why varying your volume can make a difference

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    How to avoid “verbal sabotage”

Creating “stage presence:”

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    Ensuring that your body language is congruent with your message

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    Avoiding annoying gestures that detract from your message

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    Learning to move with purpose

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    Injecting energy and grace into your movements

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    Including your audience

The Do's and Don'ts of Presenting How you look How you sound What you say Practical tips

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