Humans successfully learn things in bite-sized chunks – think about how we learn to play a musical instrument or get better at sport. Learning at work should not be any different.
All of our sessions are short, focused and easy to find time for – making them much more effective.
Higher Participation – Short sessions are easier to find time for so more people will choose to attend and fewer will drop out. Our sessions are either 60 or 90 minutes long – so as easy to fit into someone’s diary as a meeting.
More Effective – Short bursts of high-intensity exercise get you fitter than endurance training. Bite-sized training helps you learn and apply more effectively. Scientific studies have also shown that it’s easier to transfer information to our long-term memory when we learn in chunks rather than all at once. (Squire, 1992)
Cost Efficient – Not only is the training itself cheaper, you also save on another very significant cost – participants’ time.
No Bloat – Bite-sized doesn’t mean ‘less’. It means a ruthless focus on the things that matter. You’ll get to the learning outcome faster, remove irrelevant and abstract theories and remain focused on practical, applicable tools.
Works for modern attention spans – In this digital age our attention spans are shrinking. A recent study by Microsoft concluded that the human attention span has dropped to eight seconds – shrinking nearly 25% in just a few years. For people to stay alert and engaged, training needs to be short and focused.