Are you tired of giving death by Powerpoint training or presentation? Did your participants forget most of what you covered in your training session? Did the training or presentation content feel like an information overload with little to no activities? Are you looking for a better way to deliver training or presentations?
For too long, traditional classroom instructions have been created on the assumptions that they should be fact-based. In the corporate world too, most of the training and lecture content is printed on Powerpoint slides.
Some might not know that this is not the most effective way to teach or learn. The problems we face with this approach are, learners lose interest during the training or lecturing session and/or they can not retain the information given to them. Various researchers have shown brain-based learning techniques are most helpful. The brain's normal process is to learn new information or enhance any information.
As long as our brains are not prohibited from fulfilling its normal process, learning will occur. Join us as we understand and explore ways to make concept and training content stick to learners' minds.
Learn ways to make training interactive, fun and enjoyable by using the Brain Science Principles (Six Trumps by Sharon Bowman). Teachers, trainers, coaches or even learners can create appropriate experiences and capitalize on those experiences.
About our Speaker:
Avinash Tripathi (Nash) is passionate about what he does and firmly believes, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go farther, go together.” Nash is a trainer by profession, a facilitator at heart and a coach by instinct. Nash has worked with several fortune 100 organizations to help them through the change curve and enhance their perspective on agility. He travels to consult, working with enterprise management groups, executive teams and individual project teams on large-scale agile transformations in addition to providing leadership coaching and other agile trainings. Avinash has trained and coached individuals at several organizations including FannieMae, Capital One and has mentored several enterprise management teams and individual project teams in these organizations on business efficiency, process improvements and organizational change. He is also a TBR Certified Trainer, featured on the website.
He has spoken at several company events and agile user groups and has led CSM training classes and agile workshops at company offices across the USA with Certified Scrum Trainers. With an extensive technical background and several industry certifications, he is on a journey to bridge the gap between traditional management strategies and the agile mindset while helping individuals and organizations experience the benefits of using Agile. He is in pursuit of creating a framework for Business Agility and refining the approach for faster delivery.
As a lifelong learner, it gives him immense pleasure to share his experience with others and, at the same time, learn new perspectives through collaborative learning. He is a huge believer in “community before individual”. He believes that “Nobody is perfect. In fact, perfection is the enemy of self-actualization. Perfection is a myth, improvement is real” – As someone smart once said, Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.
6:00 - 6:30 pm Dinner & Networking
6:30 - 7:00 pm Announcements & Board Elections
7:00 - 8:00 pm Presentation & Q&A
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