7 Tips for Turning Listeners into Learners (free infographic)

Many of you will be familiar with these 7 tips for turning listeners into learners. But sometimes it’s good to get a quick “refresher” of brain-based strategies that make learners more successful. While these strategies help learners stay attentive and engaged throughout a class or training, they will also help you become a more effective trainer or teacher.

The 7 tips are from my book “Preventing Death by Lecture.” You can also find many of these tips in “The Ten-Minute Trainer,” “Training from the BACK of the Room,” and “Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick.” For descriptions of all these books, click on Amazon.com. 

For free excerpts from these books, click on the Sharon’s Articles page of my website.

Below is the free infographic link – feel free to download, print, and share it with interested colleagues:

7 Tips for Turning Listeners into Learners 



If you’re interested in learning more about how to teach/train in the ways that the human brain learns best, I encourage you to attend a 2-day TBR Practitioner Class being offered globally throughout 2019. You can find the list of public classes HERE or HERE.

Greater Washington D.C. Area, USA (August)

Facilitator: TBR Certified Trainer Nicole Fleming
Location: Greater Washington D.C. Area, USA
Dates: August 7th – 8th 2019; Training from the BACK of the Room (early-bird special offered – see registration page)
Sponsored by: The Braintrust Consulting Group

NOTE: Two Trainer Certification Course (TCC) days follow the above TBR Class in August; however, these two TCC days filled a year ago. Please contact TCC Certifier Nicole Fleming (nicole.fleming@braintrustgroup.com) to be put on a wait-list for the next US TCC day. When there is enough interest, another TCC day in the US will be scheduled and you will be contacted before the TCC day is posted publicly. Reminder: The 2-day TBR class is a prerequisite for attendance at a TCC.


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