Training That Delivers Results offers a far better way to educate employees, one that connects learning solutions with strategic business goals. Rather than being told what to teach, proactive designers collect data to define problems and develop training interventions. Written by one of the originators of computer-based training, Handshaw's results-oriented model is systematic, yet flexible, and works for both instructor-led training and e-learning.
Readers will learn how to: Analyze performance gaps Create targeted performance objectives and connect them with the right measurement tools Determine the best instructional strategy and the appropriate media Build consensus with project blueprint meetings Evaluate the effectiveness of training and use the data to continually improve.
Jonathan Bergman and Aaron Sams are bringing the flipped classroom model to workplace learning. In Flip Your Classroom, these two high school chemistry teachers provide a window into a classroom driven by a simple question: “What is best for my students?”
Learn to create an internal certificate program that strategically develops talent and addresses skill gaps, while aligning with organizational goals.
This book offers a pragmatic, evidence-based approach for justifying results and proving success while serving individuals, your organization, and society.
The latest installment of the Infoline digital series, “Facilitation Skills,” has something for every facilitator looking to add new techniques to their training arsenal.
In More Jolts! renowned trainer and game expert Thiagi and Tracy Tagliati offer a specialized type of learning game, specifically designed to help participants reexamine their assumptions and create change.
Learning transfer occurs only when instructional analysis, design, and delivery, follow-through and evaluation all work together to support it. This Infoline will show you how to use a six discipline model to ensure that the training actually teaches the skills learners need, learners are given opportunities to practice what they’ve learned, managers are engaged, and rewards, consequences, and systems all support new behaviors.
Informal Learning Basics will help training and development professionals leverage the power of informal learning in designing meaningful and cost-effective training programs and practices. By identifying informal learning experiences that happen every day on the job and suggesting ways to promote and facilitate those experiences, Informal Learning Basics provides you with the tools to capitalize on the informal learning opportunities which exist in your organization.
Effective training design requires clear understanding of learning needs and ongoing evaluation of design and program success. This collection of six Infolines will help you analyze learning needs, collect and use accurate data, evaluate the design process, and prove the value of your learning programs. Collection includes: --Basics of ISD Revisited --Conducting a Mini Needs Assessment --Performance Gap Analysis --Data Collection for Needs Assessment --Evaluation Data: Planning and Use --The Four Levels of Evaluation
Written for the experienced professional who lacks time and is juggling many responsibilities, but who yearns to be more effective with their professional development programs, The L&D Book provides simple ideas and concepts which illustrate best practices for improving learning and development teaching skills.