Participants were not aware why were they attending the program.
There was no discussion about application of the concepts in real life.
Andrew did not involve the participants in the process of the training program.
Participants did not like the way presentations were made.
He could have spoken with the participants before the program to understand what they would like to learn in a workshop on emotional intelligence.
He could have given the design responsibility to the participants
He could have brought in role-plays based on day-to-day life
He could have discussed real life experiences in the presentations.
Adults are content centric and not problem centric.
Real life problems in training makes more sense to adults.
Children don't direct their learning unlike adults
All of the above
B and C only
Andrew selected the training topic based on the articulated needs of the participants.
The participants were aware why they attended Andrew's training program.
Participants didn't like the training program because they weren't aware of adult learning principles.
Andrew didn't highlight practical implications of concepts and didn't try to understand if the participants really required a training program on Emotional Intelligence.