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Just say, “No,” to bullet points and Powerpoint for training. Instead, consider the D.E.D.I.C.T. approach that includes on-the-job training, coaching, assessments, and arrange of modalities.
It’s time to demote the almighty slide deck to its proper use: as a support tool that bolsters your message and lets you be the star of the show.
We can apply the best practices for learning environments and design thinking to the living case study of making hybrid work effective.
If you have limited time and too much to do, then you need to set priorities—an order of precedence or preference—so you control what gets done first, second, third, and so on.
Old standbys such as transparencies and flipcharts make a wonderful change of pace—they are high touch in presentations that otherwise might be too high tech.