Make Your Learning Stick with Neuroplasticity Principles

In this on-demand session you will learn how to use the principles of neuroplasticity to make your corporate learning stick!

Get Up to Speed on Neuroplasticity

Your brain constantly rewires itself in response to different situations and stimuli, although it’s not always easy. Breaking habits and learning new ones takes time and effort to change the wiring. Of course, nobody has exactly the same wiring patterns but we all have similarities in the way our brains are structured and use similar processes to change them.

neu·ro·plas·tic·i·ty

ˌn(y)o͝orōˌplaˈstisədē/

noun

Neuroplasticity describes how your synaptic connections and neuronal pathways change in response to the world around you: environment, behaviour, thinking, emotions or physical damage.

How Can You Use This for Corporate Learning?

Using principles of neuroplasticity, you can design your training content to be more sticky and more effective.

In this one hour, on-demand webinar, Stella Collins – author of Neuroscience for Learning and Development – will get you up to speed on what neuroplasticity is and how you can apply it to your training programs.

Walk away from this webinar having learned:

  • What neuroplasticity is and how it works
  • Its implications for memory and learning
  • 5 simple ways to enhance your learning and training

Watch now!

 
 

About Our Speaker: Stella Collins

Stella Collins FITOL is Creative Director of Stellar Learning  and founder of the Brain Friendly Learning Group. She’s author of ‘Neuroscience for Learning and Development‘ and the Writing Skills and Webinar Pocketbooks , is a judge at the national TJ awards, speaks regularly at conferences and consults on learning qualifications programmes. With a BSc in Psychology, an MSc in Human Communication, a coaching diploma, 15 years in the IT industry,  and more than 15 years in L&D, she injects a theoretical knowledge of learning and communication with creative and practical ideas and hands on experience. Stella says “there’s no such thing as a boring topic – just boring training.”