So often we might throw new concepts and theories out there in training and they might go over a delegates head. However, they will often will ask for clarification on elements of the process, if not the whole theory itself – I certainly remember that first time I heard the Ulrich’s HR model.
But throw in a few fancy words to impress your audience and you might have a bigger problem on your hand – no one understood but no one wants to embarass themselves by showing their vocab is not as wide as the teacher or, even worse, other members of the class.
So next time you present, put you ego and some of your vocab to one side. The aim is for the attendee to learn not for you to confirm that you have a pretty wide set of words to draw from.