The dying art of storytelling; how to rejuvenate your training programme
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Many training programmes leave employees bored, drained, and with little retained from the course. When selecting a training provider, organisations often look first at the information included instead of the method of delivery.

Instead of sitting in a classroom and being bombarded with PowerPoint slides and boring presentations, the age-old concept of storytelling can be a great training tool for keeping the attention of employees and providing real-world applications. Take a look at this paper to gain top tips for using storytelling within training programmes so concepts are absorbed and applied on the job for better business value.

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