Speaker: Dr. Henry Senko, MHA Institute Inc., The University of Alberta Faculty of Extension
Just as everyone has different thinking preferences that impact what they pay attention to and how they respond to learning, we also know that people have diverse learning preferences. In different phases of the learning cycle, these preferences can create filters that cause learners to get stuck, take short cuts or overlook key activities and elements. And whenever that happens, outcomes can be compromised.
To get the results you need, you have to design with thinking and behavioral learning styles in mind. Certified Practitioners are invited to join us on November 7th to learn:
- The thinking, learning and facilitating orientations of the learning cycle
- How different preferences can affect a person's capacity to learn in a certain way
- Learning design strategies to fully engage all learning and thinking styles
- Strategies and techniques to enhance learning, process, project and other work design activities
Dr. Henry Senko, HBDI® Certified Practitioner and instructor at the University of Alberta Faculty of Extension, will show participants how to overlay the Whole Brain® Model with the learning cycle to gain a full understanding of the thinking, learning and facilitating orientations.
Discover how to optimize all three to improve the design and outcomes of training as well as work processes, projects and everyday business activities, no matter how diverse your participants are.
Register today by logging into the Certified Practitioner's Area.
Herrmann International's THINC™ Webinar Series is a free professional development program for HBDI® Certified Practitioners.