There’s no single way in which people learn. Actually, there are at least 3: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning. We’ve already taken a look at the first category, which comprises roughly 65% of the population, and lent our ears to the second category, which accounts for another 30%.
This week, let’s get a handle on you to the remaining 5%. Kinesthetic learners are hands-on; they learn best not by watching or listening to someone else explain a topic, but through digging into that topic themselves.
And that could literally mean digging. Kinesthetic learners aren’t afraid to just do—to feel or figure an idea out, even if it means failing or breaking something along the way. They may enjoy taking active, physical parts in lessons and might struggle to sit or stand still. They’re not exactly the audience for a blog post like this—but hey, you can always print this out, fold it into a paper airplane, and fly it around the room. (Compli is not responsible for any damages, direct or indirect, arising from or otherwise connected to the operation of paper airplanes constructed from printed blog content.)
Whether they learn visually, auditorily, or kinesthetically, every employee at your organization deserves training optimized for their unique style and personality. Learn for yourself how our online training solutions form the backbones of effective compliance programs.