The Missing Ingredient In Our Learning Courses

A talk by Nibu Thomas
Associate Director - Information Development, Whatfix

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About this talk

A twisted version of the Will Smith quote goes like this. We spend way to much time learning stuff that does not matter, trying to understand stuff that we do not like, to end up like people we do not relate to!

From when we were kids, many of us dread anything to do with most kinds of training. It reminded us of school. And rote learning. Where half of what we learned, we never understood. And the part that we understood - we never used.

And yet we expect our employees to learn continuously, our customers to remember all their training, and our organizations to fund both!

In my session, I talk about that three-letter word that we forget about when we talk about learning. A word that could light up the same eyes that were rolling - when someone mentioned 'learning'.

Let's discuss the missing ingredient and how to make your learning programs - FUN!

Nibu Thomas

I have 24 years of work experience in Product companies. I'm a commerce graduate with a masters degree in Mass communication. I've done everything from pushing trolleys, operating machines, handling customer calls, knowledge management, documentation, and I'm only getting started :) I'm also a certified PMP from PMI and a CUA from Human Factors.