8 Tips for Building External Reinforcement Into Your Computer-Based Training Programs
Over the years, the science of behavior has provided us with research and practical solutions to meet the growing needs of the workforce. Applying the principles of behavior to our leadership methods has proven to be an efficient way to bring out the best in our organizations and the employees who make success possible.
Aubrey Daniels International Offers Blitz Precision Learning to Help Organizations Accelerate Learning and Extend Retention
Facility Safety Management
Aubrey Daniels International (ADI), a workplace consultancy, is providing organizations an opportunity to license its Blitz Precision Learning, a Web-based training and evaluation program that increases the return on training investments.
When Training to Competency Does Not Equal Competent Trainees
If you were to look at how your organization provides training, at what point are participants considered “competent” in the material?
The ABCS of Fluency Training
As existing organizations look to evolve and new organizations look to gain an edge there will be an ever-present demand to maximize the use of training technologies.
Getting New Employees Game Ready
The start of the school year is my favorite time of the year because it marks the start of the college football season. While college freshmen have plenty of adjustments to make, freshmen football players who hope to see the field this year have especially unique and daunting challenges...
New Hire Training
Behavioral approach can lead to significant training ROI.
Walking On (Wings In) Water
The forced landing of the Airbus in the Hudson on January 15, 2009 and the subsequent successful rescue of all 155 on board is a cause for celebration. What contributed to this miraculous outcome...
Little Evidence of Talent in The Winter Olympics: Business should take a lesson
Aubrey Daniels Blog
I think business should stop focusing solely on talent and begin to look instead at evidence that the perspective employee has a history of discipline and hard work...
Redemption For the Fast and Furious?
Association for Psychological Science
The weight of evidence, summarized by University of Rochester scientists in the December issue of the journal Current Directions in Psychological Science, suggests that regular gamers are fast and accurate information processors and—more important—that this skill carries over far beyond fragging bots in Unreal Tournament.
Expert Performance: Apologies to Dr. Ericsson, But It Is Not 10,000 Hours of Deliberate Practice
Aubrey Daniels Blog
I appreciate the emphasis that Dr. Ericsson’s research has brought to the importance of experience in the development of expertise as opposed to some innate intelligence or talent that is often assumed to be beyond ‘training’. In fact, however, it cannot be hours or years of practice that makes the difference...
BLITZ Learned to Fluency
ADI Service Overview
BLITZ™ is a web-based application that makes it easy and convenient to develop, deliver, and administer training lessons and to monitor progress toward mastery and fluency.