Alyssa just finished new manager training with high hopes about the months to come, eager to start applying what she learned to her new role as a team leader. At this point, if Alyssa is like most people, she\u0027ll get sucked back into work and remember about 20 percent of what she learned. She might occasionally try to conjure up the principles she learned, but they rarely present themselves in situations where she could readily apply them. She loved the training, but the ideas just aren\u0027t sticking.\r\n\r\nCompanies invest thousands—if not millions—of dollars into their training programs, eager for their employees to apply that training to day-to-day business practices. However, for a fraction of the investment of the initial training, Alyssa\u0027s company could add a reinforcement chatbot to this scenario and change the result entirely. According to Psychotactics.com, the normal 20 percent retention rate more than triples to 75 percent by simply dedicating practice time. Trainers may encourage this practice by following up individually with participants, but in most cases that\u0027s neither practical nor scalable. This is where a chatbot can make all the difference.