The Impact of Individual Learning Styles on L&D Outcomes

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Everyone has his or her own most effective learning method, whether he or she knows it or not. Some people learn best by sitting through or watching a lecture. Others may learn best by reading a text or an instruction manual. Others may prefer to dive in and learn by doing.

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Some tend to ask questions upfront, while others prefer to let the information digest and percolate before requesting clarifications and additional information.

Despite these different styles, many training programs are rigid in their design and only present information in one format—for example, through

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