About this Session
While lifelong learning can routinely drive short-term changes in the knowledge of adult learners, evidence suggests creating change in performance is far more complex. But behavior change, getting learners to do something new or better, is the ultimate measure of impact for a learning business.
By leveraging established best practices in cognitive science (how we think), learning science (how we learn), and behavioral science (how we perform), learning business professionals create the necessary scaffold for change. Picture these three fields—cognitive science, learning science, and behavioral science—as a Venn diagram with performance impact in the middle where all the circles share some overlap. (Seriously, pause to picture the Venn diagram!)
Each field on its own is insufficient; all three in unison are necessary. This session will arm you with a set of lessons and tools established by each of these sciences that, when effectively employed by your learning business in design and delivery, can predictably lead to sustained performance improvements.