I am not my user- how L&D suffers from false consensus bias

When we’re building learning experiences it can be all too tempting to use our own experiences, beliefs and assumptions as a blueprint for how the user will react. It’s a big mistake and more prevalent in L&D than you might think. It’s called: ‘false consensus bias’.

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