When designing learning experiences, one must always consider the needs of the learners. There are many different variables that contribute to changing the behaviors of our learners, such as their capacity to perform, their physical and social environment, and their emotions, motivations, and reflective habits. By recognizing these factors, we are better able to address them in our learning solutions, and in turn, better support overall job performance.

In this video research report, Julie Dirksen, author of Design for How People Learn, provides an in-depth look at Susan Michie et al.’s research-based work on how to recognize and support behavior change to help improve job performance. Dirksen shares common challenges that arise when designing and delivering learning solutions for behavior change and explores how you can navigate Susan Michie et al.’s COM-B model to find the answers you need.

Download and watch this report now to hear more about the COM-B model and how you can design successful learning experiences that support changing behaviors.

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