The NeuroLeadership Institute’s review of the research suggests corporatelearning programs often miss one key ingredient: coherence.
That’s when the parts of a system mesh together and activate memories en masse.Programs that are coherent are unique in that you have a hard time remembering one component without the others.
When programs aren’t coherent, lessons are too easy to forget because they don’t relate to one another. This is how many learning programs fail. When programs are coherent, they stay with learners far longer and lead to much greater impact in how people work and behave.
Leaders who want to learn more about the importance of coherence are invited to attend NLI’s upcoming Corporate Membership briefing, delivered by NLI Chief Science Officer, Dr. Heidi Grant.Log in or become a member to access presentation