WEBINAR - STATE

Great Trainers - Masters of Magic

Training with the Brain in Mind and Guiding the Learner’s Mental and Attitudinal States to achieve the best learning outcome possible. If you are a great Trainer and Assessor, then here’s a title to add to your resume – ‘Master of Magic’. As a brilliant trainer you are, in effect, a ‘Master Manipulator’ or a ‘Master of Magic’; because in training, manipulation is the name of the game for an effective transfer of knowledge to occur.
“Manipulator?” I hear you say, “no, not me!”

Well, yes, it IS you, and there can be light and fun on the dark side - give it a try! The Experience of Learning is more than just consumption of information. For real learning and transfer of skills to occur, there must be a connection created within the learner's brain. Your role is to become a benevolent manipulator in making this magic happen. After all, successful learning is all about connecting brain cells. Learn how to be the master of that magic connection…

You will learn ABOUT and how to USE the following:

  • Unpacking the principles of brain friendly training
  • Learning the importance of the learner's STATE during information transfer
  • Understanding the 3 main STATE targets - Words, Focus & Physiology and why these are crucial
  • Knowing how to get learners curious to learn
  • Using relevant YouTube material to enhance your message
  • Recognizing your Knowledge blocks and barriers to learning
  • Avoiding the sentence that stops thinking
  • Inviting the unexpected and looking at training from a new perspective
  • Preventing the current view from embracing a better view to achieve success
  • Sharpening your focus down to what is relevant and important
  • Learning how to put your participants at ease and to feel comfortable in your training room
  • Ensuring your words are clear, concise and instructional and deliver your true meaning
  • Setting up the RAS alert - get their brains working unconsciously
  • Deliberately seeding your content with universal experiences
  • Putting information seekers at ease - the use of questions vs clarifications
  • Recognizing the power of self-talk - both positive and negative
  • Understanding the psychology of the learner
  • Discussing ways to bodily involve and connect learning groups
  • Being open to new ways of Adding value to your sessions – always
  • Training delivery skills interwoven with engaging, brain targeted focus
  • and so much more…