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Training is a critical strategy for every organization's success. It's one of the most important methods each organization has for managing its employees' performance, supporting its product and service quality and developing the talent it needs to continue growing over the long-term.
This HRDQ-U webinar, Diversity Works: An Interactive Exploration into Diversity Awareness, is part of our growing library of on-demand webinars. We hope you enjoy watching this content and leave us a comment!
This HRDQ-U webinar, Creating Hyper Stories for Instant Learning, is part of our growing library of on-demand webinars. We hope you enjoy watching this content and leave us a comment!
In this dynamic session, we'll examine the current brain science about learning and retention, and provide a variety of research-tested activities and techniques to improve learning.
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This webinar will show you how a simple 45-minute session can help you calibrate workplace innovation priorities and quickly (plus elegantly) innovate and design the future of work.
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Chaos is beyond our control, but we are responsible for our emotions and accountability. Lou talks about new variations and ideas that can help grow your EQ and improve your ability to behave with accountability.

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Explore the wisdom of overcoming cognitive biases, with a focus on the Fundamental Attribution Error in behavioral economics. Learn strategies to improve decision-making

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Everyone has a different style of learning. The same training techniques may not be equally efficient for all. But if leaders and individuals can understand their learning styles, then they can adapt their techniques and training can be more effective. HRDQ offers learning style training events and tools that can help you modify your methods and remain flexible in your approach in order to see great results.

Four Key Learning Styles

Learning is the process of gaining knowledge by means of study, experience, or instruction. It can happen in different ways. It can be formal, informal, active, passive, experiential, or subliminal. Your preference for a particular learning method and how you process new knowledge are related to your personal learning style.

Having knowledge of a preferred learning style puts people in a better position to select learning experiences that suit their style. There are four key learning styles to understand:

  1. Activist.
    Activists are people who are active and learn by doing. They have an open-minded approach to learning and involve themselves fully in new experiences. They like to brainstorm and problem solve.
  2. Theorist.
    Theorists try to understand the theory behind someone’s actions. They like models, analytics, and facts when engaging in the learning process. They use logic and apply theories.
  3. Pragmatist.
    Pragmatists require seeing how learning in practice fits into the real world. They like to experiment and try new techniques to see if they work.
  4. Reflector.
    Reflectors learn by observing and reflecting. They prefer to observe and view experiences from a number of different perspectives, then make a conclusion.

If you know what kind of learner you are, it will make it easier to absorb information and know how you can best approach a learning situation. The learning style webinars available from HRDQ-U can help leaders and individuals identify learning styles to maximize efficiency.

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