My Way or the Highway: Engaging Learners in the Age of Personalization and Overloaded Brains
Date and TimeWed, Jan 11, 2017 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
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Ann will share an easy-to-apply framework and a few practical “mind hacks” from her upcoming session to help you help your learners really engage—getting the results you both need!
After this webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe key brain-based approaches that create the most engaging learning possible
- Identify how to personalize learning based on learner preferences
- Apply practical “mind hacks” to make it easier for you and your learners to get the learning they need even with an already overloaded brain
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About Ann Herrmann-Nehdi
Ann Herrmann-Nehdi is the Chief Thought Leader of Herrmann International, the originators and trailblazers of Whole Brain ® Thinking and the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument ® (HBDI®). The company’s primary subject matter expert, she applies the principles of Whole Brain ® Thinking to her varied responsibilities, including day-to-day leadership, strategic consulting, ongoing research, learning design and speaking engagements.
Ann is the co-author of The Whole Brain Business Book – Second Edition (McGraw-Hill) and is currently at work on her next book, a field guide for applying what we know about the brain and thinking to increase everyday agility. A thought leader in her field, she has written for and been interviewed by such media outlets as Business News Daily, Chief Executive Magazine, Chief Learning Officer Magazine, Developing Talent for Organizational Results (book chapter), HR Executive Magazine, Investor’s Business Daily, The leadership Challenge (book chapter), Management Today, T+D Magazine, Training Journal (UK) and O The Oprah Magazine.