@karen-griffin I love the idea of exit tickets or next step stickys for all learners - even adult learners! I find this allows me to circle back to these participants on a one-on-one basis.
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RE: Leading a Training
Pro tips: Be ON TIME and ready 10 minutes BEFORE the training is to start. Greet participants and have a method to learn names. Make sure materials and agenda are not overwhelming! KNOW YOUR AGENDA and be mindful of the clock. Allow "practice" time or time to interact with the material and have participants develop a next step for this information. Provide follow-up information, material, contact info, etc.
I love the trainings where I walk away with new knowledge that has made the time worth-while. Engaging presenters, Bite-sized pieces of information at a time, time to figure out where/how this information could be used, and handouts of the information presented to refer to when home.
Too much information presented in a sit-and-get style. No interaction with others or presenter. Surface-level understanding of topic with no ability to move to more advanced material. Presenter READING presentation to participants without further explanation or antidotes. No time to figure out how this material could be used outside of the training.