Learning Resources

BRAIN NUTRITION: Food for Thought

BRAIN NUTRITION – FOOD FOR THOUGHT: There are 100,000 miles of blood vessels in the brain! Eat a healthy breakfast to feed your brain and ...
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SLUMBER DUMP

Something to help outside of business hours, when the working day is done … A busy brain needs to switch off so it can dial ...
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MEDITATION MASTERS

WELL BEING TIP Hands Up who knows what Meditation is? Jazzy Fingers for all those who practice it on a regular basis… Now, all of ...
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BUILD RAPPORT NOT RETREAT

Training invariably involves you needing to build rapport with your audience. Going in and talking non-stop at them is only going to lead to disappointment ...
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Six POWERPOINT TIPS

Aim for Engagement & Clarity, not Boredom & Confusion! If you have attended a Laurie Kelly workshop, you will know that we do not usually ...
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How Does Your BALANCE WHEEL Measure Up?

WELLBEING TIP 1. Imagine that the wheel below is, in fact, a life raft. The idea is to keep air in all six compartments because ...
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Masters in Manipulation

If you are a Trainer, then here’s a title to add to your resume you may not have heard of before.  As a Trainer, you ...
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Five big mistakes made in Learning design

1. TRAINING TO ‘TICK THE BOX’– It’s Boring! It’s been done before and is just for Paperwork’s sake. Too many times Trainers focus on the ...
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Get them doing

A great learning design rule for brain friendly learning is to spend 30% of the time on giving out information and 70% of the time ...
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You’re ready to TEACH but are they ready to LEARN?

“Get ‘em early and Get ‘em interested” You may have learners physically present at your learning event, however, it’s vital that you get them mentally ...
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Un-tapping the Potential of the Learner’s Brain

Impact is CREATED.  It doesn’t ‘just happen’. Learning is a natural, inquisitive state, which everyone has naturally engaged in from the moment they were born. ...
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