What is Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation?

What motivates your learners to apply your training back on the job? Motivation to achieve results depends on several different factors. 

Leadership Training You’ll Never Forget: How to Fight The Forgetting Curve

How to use effective learning modalities to increase knowledge retention in leadership training. The post Leadership Training You’ll Never Forget: How to Fight The Forgetting […]

LinkedIn Brings Employee Engagement to Life With Interactive Video

Live-Action Scenarios Build Critical Thinking Skills and a Culture of Belonging Thriving corporate cultures have one thing in common: high employee engagement that attracts top-notch […]

What is Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation?

What is motivation? That is the question we always ask when building a Mindmarker training reinforcement program. The motivation to achieve results in a reinforcement programs […]

What is Actionable Intelligence?

Training reinforcement has many benefits, but the true value of a reinforcement program comes from its ability to create a large pool of data that […]

How much health information is too much?

We live in an age of unparalleled information about health and wellbeing, yet we are also living in an age of chronic diseases brought about […]

Why Your Training Is Failing... And How To Fix It

by Shane Lueck It seems outlandish to consider that the amount spent by companies on training has risen steadily over the past decade, culminating in […]

Hijack Learning Retention Rates by Teaching Learners to Fish

by Shane Lueck It’s time to face the facts; traditional training is broken. Traditional training methods might provide very short-term performance gains, but knowledge retention […]

How our social network influences our behavior

As more of us are on social networks, and indeed more about each of us is shared online, there have been numerous stories emerging of […]

Extinction Alert!

Are your learning programs on the endangered list? Extinction Alert! Sit-and-listen, information-driven, lecture-focused learning programs are marked endangered. While this format may seem efficient for […]

Avoid Passive Learning Moments with Social Friction

When we create a reinforcement program, we want learners to engage with the material. Avoid reactions like a head-nodding, eye-glazing from learners. Interrupt the "flow" […]

Measure Behavior Change with Repeating Survey Questions

Because survey questions are used to measure behavior change, repeating survey questions are a critical part of the reinforcement process. Repeating survey questions provide insight into behavior change […]

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