What happens when you remove the expected?
I've observed many Trainers rely on traditional props to 'create' a learning environment. Industry standards are flipcharts, PowerPoints and Post-it notes, often leaving walls looking more like an art gallery than a meeting room.
There's nothing wrong with this as such...
I've done it myself! But I'm always conscious of using these visual stimuli at the right time, in the right way, to create the right environment.
But there is a more powerful way of creating learning.
When you remove the expected, you increase curiosity!
And when you increase curiosity, you increase learning!
So my question is... Are you creating curiosity? Or just a creating a pretty meeting room?
Learning doesn't just happen in a training session. It happens all around us! Follow my ramblings and continue to see the world in a different light!