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Tom Kuhlmann

We used to create min scenarios around the reason for the policy as a way to make the policies more meaningful. They weren't big elaborate scenarios. More like: Sally fell on the sidewalk outside and is limping around the office today. What should you do?

Then used that as a lead in to the policy.

A while back someone asked about bed bug training for a mattress company. Not training the bed bugs. :) One idea was to structure the training as if you were a real estate agent for bed bugs.

Flipping the perspective is a good way to reframe the content and make it more engaging.

At a workshop we use a prevent shoplifting PDF to talk about interactive elearning. Most of the demos center on the employee or company. Some times people will play the role of shoplifter instead.