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Trainers in Motion Summary

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Trainers in Motion SummaryCreating a Participant-Centered Learning Experience

Every business-environment has a set of standards and or ground rules to form a collective behavior.

Leaders, managers or any other decision-making body within the organization have to contribute to the building process of these standards.

Who Should Read “Trainer in Motion”? And Why?

The challenges occur as soon as managers, financiers, and step forward to analyze the current situation. Uncertainty is an integral part of any business, not to mention the risk presenting itself in any given opportunity.

We enter the race to co-join trainers and workshop leaders in the infrastructural analysis on how to create the best training program. This book is prescribed for all people working in different companies, eager to see the other side of practicing.

About Jim Vidakovich

Jim VidakovichJim Vidakovich is a trainer, trained expert in leadership, marketing consultant, motivational speaker and award-winning producer who currently lives in Los Angeles.

During his career, he has also worked at Children’s Television Workshop as a marketing director. Jim created several children’s educational programs and worked for dozens of others top-notch companies.

“Trainers in Motion Summary”

During the industrial period, imperialists wanted to program people’s minds to a point, where the workers would conduct the activities without questions. Manual workers raised their voice and showed their anger because they didn’t want to become robotized.

Instead, a fight for open-minded society emerged after years of silence. How would you deal with conflicts during project initiations? Sooner or later, companies realize that the best approach is allowing every organizational level to share its outlook on the situation.

Let them learn, think and participate in discussions because two heads are always better than one.  

Traditionally, the people have always learned from the past. It is not natural to employ lectures from the future not even present. This training gap emerges and reflects the organizational inability to interact on all levels.

All things considered, the appearance of “management pitfalls” is inevitable. The most effective way of teaching is by stimulating open-discussions. Representative-centered learning is a technique used to provide a better learning process by valuing each other’s opinions.

Economical and fun approach forges future relationships which rely on mutual understanding. Training is more than an education process; it’s a series of tools, methods, and techniques which combine with a single purpose in mind – creating value.  

Today’s digital age has plenty of new ways which bring out into open the necessity of participant’s involvement by using some props. Organizations are familiar with the majority of these training tools such as whistles, colored paper, cards, pipe cleaners and others.

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