Gagne's Nine Levels of Learning
Training Your Team Effectively
Level 1: Gaining Attention (Reception)
Start the learning experience by gaining the attention of your audience. This change in stimulus alerts the group that learning will soon take place.
Apply: Gain attention by raising the volume of your voice, gesturing, showing a short video on the topic of instruction, or using any other event that brings the period of "waiting for the lesson to start" to an end.
Improve Your Memory
Developing Your Ability to Remember
Memory is more than recalling information for exams or trivia games.
It's an important work skill that you can develop and improve.
Whether it's remembering key statistics during a negotiation,
or quoting a precedent-setting action when making a decision,
or impressing clients with your knowledge of their product lines – your ability to remember is a major advantage.