“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”

– – – Winston Churchill

“If you want to make enemies, try to change something.”

– – – Woodrow Wilson

We all know that change is inevitable. It’s guaranteed.

Your organization goes through it all the time. They have to respond to changing business dynamics — or, perish.

The questions you must ask are, “How will I react to the change? Will I resist it? Will I foresee it coming and help my organization prepare?”

You know the right answers. So, the quicker you get on-board, the more quickly you’ll help your organization move forward into the next decade.

To be successful, an organization needs managers and planners who can see the potential of the changes taking place throughout the organization — and, can utilize that potential toward meeting company goals.

And, a successful company needs skilled employees at many levels in order to implement those changes, incorporate new technologies, and keep systems operating.

How does an organization acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to meet the challenge of change?

Through training, of course! And, specifically today, through multisensory media programs!

With multisensory media, learning takes place almost entirely through individual interactions and involvement with the courseware. The capabilities of multisensory media make information come alive, thereby making the learning process more interesting to the trainees, and holding their attention longer. Even trainees with poor reading skills can learn effectively with multisensory media instruction.

The result is increased trainee comprehension and retention of the material presented.

Because the training is conveyed through full-motion video and optional word-for-word audio, it’s easier for users to transfer their newly acquired skills to the job.

The philosophy behind well-designed multisensory media is “performance-based instruction.” Trainees learn by seeing, in real time, the skills being performed. Then, they can practice performing those skills via interactive simulations to fortify the instruction.

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.”

– – – John F. Kennedy

More on Thursday – – –

— Bill Walton, Founder
ITC Learning (Tuesdays & Thursdays)