Training by Gustav

A personal blog with topics for trainers in general and intercultural learning as the main focus.

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Posts by Training by Gustav

The all-important first impression

For many trainers your audience will usually consist of unknown people. How do you make sure they start the training on the right side? I […]

An overview of self-education sites

Self-learning online has become very popular and there are several sites offering courses to learn a wide range of topics. For a project I needed […]

Training for an Indian audience

Intercultural trainings will always have an added layer of difficulty compared to training in your home culture. For those of us that aren’t Indian, training […]

My tested tips on how to deal with difficult participants

Did you ever encounter a situation where you were training but one of the participants stubbornly refused to learn, criticised you or in general disturbed […]

One plus one equals great presentation

Using interactivity is a great way to learn. Contrary to what you first might think, interactivity does not have to be between the learner and […]

Are you using training modules effectively?

I often need to reuse material I’ve created for my trainings. For example the introduction about culture in general can be reused no matter if […]

The 3 great apps I use when presenting

When presenting live, in a face to face environment, there are 3 excellent apps I always have active. They help me control both my presentation […]

5 must-remember tips when creating questionnaires

There are some common mistakes I see too often in training feedback questionnaires (as well as in any type of questionnaire I’m asked to complete). […]

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