Many of my clients describe seminars they have participated in as a flash in the pan. They came out of it and were excited and loaded with ideas and resolutions. Yet when back in their daily business, the flame went out again. The effect was little to none.
My biggest trigger in my profession is effectiveness. I want things to change. Therefore, I prefer to create development processes rather than single seminars because I know that consequence, repetition and persistence are very important factors in learning.
An affordable and effective way to enhance the learning process are short online-learning-sequences, for example:
- learning quizzes
No matter if it’s a short paper or a podcast, every reminder in the seminar topics helps to remember and deepen the knowledge.
In order to realize this in an effective way I use blink.it. With this platform I can provide different learning-tools. My participants can use them everywhere on their computer, smartphone or tablet. Working with these tools takes five minutes or less, so the excuse “I didn’t have time” doesn’t count.
The online tools also can be used to:
- assess the knowledge base before a seminar
- convey “standard topics“ upfront
- convey learning content between seminars
- deepen the learning process through additional inputs after the seminar