A successful program planner must design activities that engage participants and assure long-term impact. In order to do so, one must understand how participants’ energy levels ebb and flow based on these activities. In a previous article, we explored how to engage introverts and extroverts. In our upcoming post, we’ll dig into the connection between mental and physical states. Check out the infographic below for ways to engage the various types of learning styles.


Visual, Auditory, Text and Kinesthetic Learners – getting your message across

How we prefer to learn impacts not only how well we understand the content, but also the amount of energy it takes to engage in a group setting. Regardless of how interesting the topic is, when information is presented, it takes brainpower to make meaning of it. This infographic by Prezi is a quick guide to understanding the various types of learning styles. It also includes tips for activities that are best suited to each learner.

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About the Author
Mamie Kanfer Stewart is the founder and CEO of Meeteor, a meeting software that helps you leverage your meetings to drive productivity, build a healthy company culture, and achieve greater results. Mamie’s two young girls and her love of trapeze keep her active outside of work. Follow Mamie on Twitter @mamieks.

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