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We've put together a list of some common questions we're asked about our training programs. If you still have questions after reading this, please don’t hesitate to reach out or chat – we’re more than happy to help.
The ideal head count for any program ranges from 12–25 participants. Our favorite number of students is 17. At this size, a group can maintain a strong instructor-to-student ratio while engaging in lively interactions and group discussions.
Here at ExecutiveMind, we like to think of L &L as microlearning, a way of teaching and delivering content to learners in small, very specific bursts.A 90-minute interval is usually broken up into three parts. In the first part, we present a concept to a group. During the second part of the Lunch and Learn we apply or practice the concept or technique. In the third part of the lesson, attendees teach the information back to the instructor, ensuring understanding and retention of the material. Some popular topics for a Lunch & Learn include
By the end of this workshop you would be able to do the following:
Students spend half of the day learning new concepts and practicing in individual and group settings. Common questions to be answered:
In full immersion learning, students spend a whole day mastering their reading and focus skills. Readers get to PRACTICE their newly acquired skills. Students utilize their own reading material, on the computer screen and on paper. Common lessons learned:
Our pricing is consistent with industry benchmarks for both online and in-person training. For in-person training, we account for the cost of program design and execution, while pricing for online training is linked to the cost of annual licensing.
We use Kirkpatrick's Four-Level Training Evaluation Model: