4 Principles for Planning Brain-Friendly Annual Meetings

4 Principles for Planning Brain-Friendly Annual Meetings

Tear down traditional conference models and rebuild based on these adult-learning tenets.

If you wanted to create a conference environment that was directly opposed to what the brain is good at doing, you would design something like today's conferences, meetings, and workshops — a full day of lectures in general sessions and breakouts. But why not create an environment that will actually build on how people learn instead?

  1. Active brains

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