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10 Best Practices for Using Storytelling in L&D: Instructional Techniques to Improve Training Engagement and Content Retention - On-Demand

10 Best Practices for Using Storytelling in L&D: Instructional Techniques to Improve Training Engagement and Content Retention - On-Demand

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10 Best Practices for Using Storytelling in L&D: Instructional Techniques to Improve Training Engagement and Content Retention - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn practical strategies for honing your storytelling skills to take your learning and development and training programs to a whole new level.



Based on the Workforce L&D 2017 top-rated session!

The art of storytelling lies in being able to effectively and succinctly tap into the subject’s emotions. When it comes to corporate training, it can be the most powerful tool for making your training stick by keeping your employees engaged and making the message resonate. If you want to see maximum value from your training initiatives, apply the psychology of storytelling.

When the learner relates to the characters or the situation in the story on an emotional level they begin to visualize themselves as the characters overcoming difficulties or achieving a goal. The stories act as motivators and conduits to not only retention of the information but also application of the information.

Use this on-demand webinar when Sharon Lucas of CDT3 Training will reveal practical strategies for honing your storytelling skills and applying them to your learning and development and training programs to you can ensure better engagement, compliance, and performance.

You’ll learn:

  • The psychology of learning and the scientific evidence supporting the theory that our brains craves stories
  • How stories can be used to help you achieve training goals
  • How to tell a story when you are not a storyteller
  • Weak training storylines that fall flat in creating an engaging learning experience
  • Examples of tales that do an exceptional job of tapping into emotion and, in turn, breed A-list training content

About Your Presenter:

Sharon LucasSharon Lucas
President
CDT3 Training

Sharon Lucas offers over 28 years of experience in the field of Organizational Learning and Development, Facilitation, Executive Coaching and Instructional Design. She began her training career working for a private investigator, training others on how to detect cellular fraud, working on a kidnapping as well as gang related crimes. Ms. Lucas transitioned to corporate to do what she loves most, building and leading the learning and development function. For the past 16 years she has had the privilege of partnering with a multitude of organizations providing innovative learning and organizational solutions as a consultant. Clients include GE, Synchrony Financial, Diamond Offshore Drilling, Noble Drilling, Toyota, Interliant, BBB, Eaton, Dick’s Sporting Goods, SK E&C, Nortek, SABIC, Americanized Benefits Consultants, Atkins, Fiesta Mart, Valerus, Houston Cellular and many others.

Ms. Lucas possesses the unique combination of offering instructional design, facilitation and organizational development solutions and has designed and facilitated Train the Trainer Sessions, Leadership/Management solutions, DISC Certification, Coaching, Team Building, Sales Training, Time Management, Business Writing, and Presentation Skills. She has worked with executive teams creating mission and vision statements for their organizations. Ms. Lucas has also consulted with companies to help establish competency-based succession planning, hiring and training processes and executive presentations. In addition, Ms. Lucas and her team have created innovative and engaging solutions including a Gamification Leadership Course, a portable Escape Room, virtual learning solutions, and Graphic Recording and Facilitation. Sharon is a highly energetic, interactive, fully engaging designer and facilitator who believes that participants need to be involved in the learning process to ensure the application and retention of the content.

Ms. Lucas holds a M.S. in Occupational Technology with a focus on Organizational Development, Training, Coaching and Instructional Design. She also earned a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. Sharon is passionate about the design process, training and coaching, making it a goal to impact each and every one of the participants she comes into contact with. Her goal is to assist people and organizations in maximizing their effectiveness.

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