Adaptability & Training

I’ve spoken before about how important it is for businesses to roll with uncertainty, and this holds true when it comes to adaptability and training your workforce. In this article, we’ll take a look at how workplaces can build training that is adaptable to different situations. In other words, lessons that have a high “adaptability training quotient”.

What we usually do

Trainers and educators of all kinds most often build ‘closed’ or ‘specific’ lessons, modules, and courses. The goal of each teaching unit is to pass on and/or practice certain information or skills. Together, the units make sure the learners have the material or know-how they need.

This methodology is important. In many cases, transmitting information directly is much more effective than learning by trial and error. 

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