Carrie Addington offers a three-step model for managing difficult classroom participants based on shifting your mindset to focus less on the participants and more on managing their behaviors.
Jonathan Halls describes how trainers can stop telling their stories and trying to be good presenters and instead become “invisible” trainers who focus on helping learners learn.
ATD facilitator Carrie Addington describes the three components of ATD’s Master Trainer course and how this workshop helps talent development professionals master training delivery skills.
Instead of sticking to a script, trainers should be prepared to embrace the unexpected. They should use the learning objectives as a guide but be ready to go off-script if doing so will support the...
Join Carrie Addington at Core 4 Indianapolis to learn how to tackle challenging classroom behaviors.
Jonathan Halls debunks the so-called rules of training that focus on making the trainer look good. He suggests that trainers should develop their own rules of training that center around the learner.