Elements of Engagement: How, When, and Why You Should Use Them

Track: Project and Change Management

Session Number: 6269
Date: Mon, Mar 4th, 2019
Time: 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
Room: SWAN - Pelican 1

Description:

You’ve heard about elements of engagement … you’ve been asked to incorporate them into your training sessions or your meetings. But what are they, really, and do they really matter? Learn the neuroscience behind why interactivity helps human beings learn better, understand better, and remember better. Equally important: learn how and when you should build these essential elements into your professional routines.
Sub-Categorization: General Training
Session Type: Presentation
Tags: Communications and Training

Session Length (Approved): Regular Length
Session Submission Type: Member Institution
Knowledge level: Basic
Target Audience: All
Learning Objective 1: Explain what an element of engagement is, and why it's part of brain-friendly learning (whether in training, meetings, or other work activities).
Learning Objective 2: Identify when to use elements of engagement, depending on the type, length, and other characteristics of the event.
Learning Objective 3: Create a set of resources -- elements of engagement you feel comfortable using -- and know how to apply them under varying circumstances.
Prerequisites: None
Advance preparation: No Advance Preparation Required
Product: N/A
Other Product Type: N/A
Version Presenting: N/A
Level of Customization: None or N/A
Level of Partner Integration: Institution Alone
Project Phase: N/A
Project Go Live: N/A
Your Training in this Area: Years of experience designing and delivering training in group-live and internet settings and planning/running meetings, workshops, teambuilding, and other events … and then assessing what has worked to make these events better and what hasn’t. Plus lots of time spent in the neuroscience area of online and brick-and-mortar bookstores.
Element(s) of Engagement: Group discussion, Instructor-posed question with time for participant reflection, Participants will complete some application/activity, Other. Please list below.
Other Element(s) of Engagement: Run-through of resources (engagement strategies) that participants can try out and take home.
CPE Approved Session: No
Sub-Categorization: General Training
Session Type: Presentation
Tags: Communications and Training

Session Length (Approved): Regular Length
Session Submission Type: Member Institution
Knowledge level: Basic
Target Audience: All
Learning Objective 1: Explain what an element of engagement is, and why it's part of brain-friendly learning (whether in training, meetings, or other work activities).
Learning Objective 2: Identify when to use elements of engagement, depending on the type, length, and other characteristics of the event.
Learning Objective 3: Create a set of resources -- elements of engagement you feel comfortable using -- and know how to apply them under varying circumstances.
Prerequisites: None
Advance preparation: No Advance Preparation Required
Product: N/A
Other Product Type: N/A
Version Presenting: N/A
Level of Customization: None or N/A
Level of Partner Integration: Institution Alone
Project Phase: N/A
Project Go Live: N/A
Your Training in this Area: Years of experience designing and delivering training in group-live and internet settings and planning/running meetings, workshops, teambuilding, and other events … and then assessing what has worked to make these events better and what hasn’t. Plus lots of time spent in the neuroscience area of online and brick-and-mortar bookstores.
Element(s) of Engagement: Group discussion, Instructor-posed question with time for participant reflection, Participants will complete some application/activity, Other. Please list below.
Other Element(s) of Engagement: Run-through of resources (engagement strategies) that participants can try out and take home.
CPE Approved Session: No

Speakers

Primary Presenter
Normandy Roden
Director, Finance & Procurement Business Services
University of Colorado