The What Works Bundle
Written for trainers, by trainers, these practical guides give you all the tools you need to be a well-rounded talent development practitioner.
Specializing in different areas of talent development, each book provides the guidance you need to help you design, implement, and evaluate effective resources and programs.
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Release Date: January 2020
Product Code: 141823
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Starting a Talent Development ProgramFrom the esteemed Elaine Biech comes What Works in Talent Development: Starting a Talent Development Program. Developing talent in your organization is important, and this publication will help you to do so. Biech interweaves best practices with the latest technology to offer many templates, tools, worksheets, and tips to help you explore how to support your organization into the future. Get this publication if you need guidance on how to start, design, and implement your talent development program.
Blended LearningIn What Works in Talent Development: Blended Learning you’ll have easy-to-apply techniques to ensure your blended learning program is a success. Jennifer Hofmann combines the latest findings in adult learning with her time-tested best practices to deliver powerful results. Pro tips, resources, and tools included throughout help you quickly locate concepts and ideas to plan, design, implement, and evaluate a blended campaign.
Effective OnboardingIn What Works in Talent Development: Effective Onboarding you’ll understand the importance of investing in an effective onboarding experience. Norma Dávila and Wanda Piña-Ramírez combine their significant consulting experience and the latest onboarding trends to create a single source for onboarding best practices, job aids, templates, and checklists. Effective Onboarding clarifies the differences between orientation and onboarding, describes how to build a business case for your onboarding program, and guides you to design, implement, evaluate, and sustain the program that’s right for your organization.
Designing MicrolearningIn today’s workplace, learners move quickly. That’s why effective microlearning is so important.
In Designing Microlearning, experts Carla Torgerson and Sue Iannone offer a practical approach to introducing and creating effective microlearning using MILE, the MIcroLEarning Design model. Discover how to identify performance objectives, determine program technology and structure, promote what you’ve designed, and monitor, modify, and evaluate your microlearning.