Remember a vivid learning experience? Bet it wasn’t in a classroom and that it involved your active, and engaged, participation. Angus Jones is quoted that “everything is a learning experience” so as we design and develop learning it is vital to include as much of the experience a person has in the actual role in the learning solution so the result focuses on improving the performance of the person.
I’m not talking about designing training, instead I am centered on the person with the need, the worker performing their role and what’s involved for them to be successful ranging from technical skills to behavioral competencies. Key to this design is to be in the person’s place and design the experience that will allow them to truly “learn” by engaging them in the process using the tools and techniques they use authentically.
Take a look at this short video, E3: Engage Everyone in the Experience, and let’s think about ways to create a learning solution that makes a difference. If you would like discuss how to implement and use this E3 model to Engage Everyone in the Experience as a part of your development process as well as how to use learning as a strategic business tool send me an email or call and let’s talk! Use the contact button above or visit my web site at Ryan Consulting!