Whenever you can build in opportunities for participants to interact and work toward solving real-world issues (e.g., role play, self-assessment, action planning, or group discussion) you can potentially increase learning and understanding. By giving participants classroom time to deal with workplace issues, you can often help them to feel better about the training experience and to walk away with some practical tools that they can immediately apply. The latter usually leads to a better appreciation of the training, higher evaluation ratings, and more management support for future training initiatives.
You cannot teach a man anything. You can only help him discover it within himself. —Galileo Galilei Italian astronomer
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