Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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On July 14, in cooperation with Training Magazine Network, the Kirkpatricks presented their newest webinar, More Fatal Kirkpatrick® Model Execution Errors - Practical Tips for Identifying and Correcting Them.

This webinar follows the success of our March webinar, Fatal Kirkpatrick® Model Execution Errors - Practical Tips for Identifying and Correcting Themin which 3 different fatal errors were detailed. This new webinar shared new and different errors for you to avoid, as well as tactics to assist you in designing and implementing training that really works. 

The Kirkpatrick Model is the most-used training evaluation model in the world. This does not, however, mean that it is always implemented correctly. What does misapplication put at risk? The image that training holds in many organizations, the future of your training department and, ultimately, your job. 

Listen to this informative webinar with Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick, creators of the New World Kirkpatrick Model, to find out the most common execution errors, what is at risk if you make them and how to avoid them in the first place. Pick up practical tips that any training professional can implement to maximize their program value and demonstrate it to their organizations and stakeholders. 

Click here to view the recording on the TMN website.

Click here to download a copy of the PowerPoint handout.

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This webinar was hosted by TMN on their live webinar platform; therefore, we are unable to provide technical assistance. If you have trouble viewing the recording, please consult TMN's support page by clicking here.

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