Stimulating Learning The Old
Fashioned Way: Without Technology
Speaker, Greg Enos
Providing stimulating interactive learning without technology is a special challenge for instructor-led sessions. Good planning, calm facilitation, and a willingness to trust the participants can lead to an enhanced learning experience for everybody.
Learners will experience at least two interactive learning exercises and receive copy-ready participant handouts that can be used in future sessions. All who complete the session will receive a copy of the instructor outline and the learning outputs generated during the 60-minute session.
Positive active listening, productivity, and teambuilding illustrative examples will be utilized.
Practical preparation and facilitation techniques will be modeled, examined, and discussed. Lessons learned before and during the program will be reviewed.
By the end of the session participants will be able to:
Cite at least three advantages of interactive learning exercises.
Apply at least one exercise to a current learning program they facilitate.
Greg Enos has broad experience with leadership development, team building, productivity enhancement and active listening.
He has worked in high technology, healthcare, public sector and manufacturing organizations like Texas Instruments, Raytheon, and Volvo. Time Communications Associates, LLC is his primary business, based in South Carolina.
Greg has been active in ASTD for over 25 years as a chapter president, presenter at international and national conventions, and regional conference committee member.
Listening is the core skill that he focuses on.
His current research project is Coping with Information Overload and Multitasking.
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January 26, 2015
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