This is resulting in restless bodies, wavering attention spans, and--based on the latest neuroscience research--decreased learning and productivity.Managers desiring to maximize their employees’ productivity and reach new levels of ...
Author: Mike Kuczala
Whether your employees are stuck behind a desk or having to sit through yet another meeting, chances are they are being kept from moving around the majority of the workday. This is resulting in restless bodies, wavering attention spans, and--based on the latest neuroscience research--decreased learning and productivity.Managers desiring to maximize their employees’ productivity and reach new levels of success for the company would be wise to not ignore the innate human desire for motion. Training in Motion explains how movement enhances learning and introduces a unique and highly effective way to energize a team and increase retention through simple body-focused techniques. In this one-of-a-kind book, learn how to:• Tie lessons to movement in order to reinforce concepts• Manage learners’ physical and emotional states to increase engagement and bolster memory• Use posture, physical gestures, and other movements to command interest• Employ quick physical breaks to efficiently refocus your team• Turn lackluster meetings into high-achieving learning environmentsComplete with practical, easy-to-apply activities, Training in Motion will help you add an almost universally untapped component to your training and managing methods that will provide your office environment the winning edge you’ve been searching for.
Author: George Washington University. Training Methods Division
The annotated bibliography was prepared as a comprehensive source of information in training aids and devices. Special consideration is given to use of training aids and devices in the armed services. Included are articles, reports, and books from psychological, military, and educational literature. The titles were selected and the abstracts prepared from publications of the armed services, publications of the American Psychological Association, other American professional journals, and publications of the Canadian and British governments. Abstracts were prepared to present only the general conclusions of experimental research or a general brief of the content of non-experimental articles. The bibliography contains only unclassified abstracts.
Research is clear in showing that training devices for teaching procedures can
be of low fidelity . Dougherty et al . ... A motion subsystem undoubtedly
contributes to user acceptance , but how necessary is it for transfer of training ?
There have ...
Author: Jack A. Adams
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Covers both pschological and engineering themes in a balance appropriate to this interdiciplinary field. Throughout, principles are supported by the research studies that generated them.