Friday, March 22, 2019

Training evaluation is all about online surveys right? Well, not exactly. While an automated tool like an online survey can be part of a good training evaluation strategy, there is more to a successful plan. 

Successfully evaluating the impact of a program involves numeric data and what we like to call the human factor. Jim Kirkpatrick was honored to be a guest on the Emotion at Work podcast and discuss this important topic with the host, Phil Wilcox

Click to listen to the podcast 

Phil is also a Kirkpatrick Certified Facilitator in the UK. If you are interested in learning more about how to evaluate your programs and you are located in the UK, just reach out to DPG for more information

In the U.S. and elsewhere, contact us if you would like to discuss how to go about evaluating your programs. 

If you are wondering how to build the human connection, check out this post on being better than an avatar.

For in-depth guidance on how to effectively evaluate your programs with both numeric and qualitative data, consider getting Kirkpatrick bronze-level certified


The podcast audio has been published to PodBean.

The transcription has been published to the Emotion at Work website.


Additional Resources:

Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Training Evaluation

Transferring Learning to Behavior

Kirkpatrick Four Levels® Evaluation Certification Program - Bronze Level

 

 

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