Monday, August 19, 2019

Entries for 2015

Strengthen your trainingThroughout our quick tips this year, we've provided numerous ideas for improving the quality of your training. 

Read on to find out the top 5 things you can do to be a more successful trainer.

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Training mistakesThroughout our quick tips this year, we've warned our readers about some behaviors and activities that trainers must cease engaging in if they want to achieve training effectiveness. 


Read on to find out the top 5 things you must stop doing in 2016 if you want to become and remain a valued member of the business team.

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Top 10

We at Kirkpatrick Partners sincerely hope that you have enjoyed and learned from our quick tips and other features during the past year.

Did your favorite feature make the top 10 list of the most popular? Read on to find out. 
 

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The Human Capital Institute recently presented a panel of experts to answer learning and development questions.

If you missed it, click here to view the recording.


You'll learn from Jim Kirkpatrick and two other L&D leaders about how to increase on-the-job behavior and tie learning to tangible business outcomes.

Learn to harness the 'big data' within your workforce to unlock:

      • actionable metrics that can help guide not just talent strategy, but business strategy
      • opportunities to truly catapult workplace performance
      • the possibility of new budgets through greater visibility of L&D
      • your influence and leadership role in your organization
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Training

Much of what learning professionals do does not contribute directly to business or mission value. This happens despite the best of intentions; the training department receives a request for training from the business, and works very hard to fulfill it.

Unfortunately, business partners may not always be skilled in assessing the appropriate training and performance needs, and the organization goes down the wrong path.

Training activity can be mistaken for value, and effort for impact. Read on for tactics to ensure that your efforts are mission focused and not merely activity.

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Summer Glow Training EvaluationRob Berry, winner of the 2014 ATD-VOS Don Kirkpatrick Scholarship, has recently begun applying what he learned during the Kirkpatrick bronze certification program to the creation of infographics.

Read on to find out how infographics can help you answer a critical, frequently asked question.


 

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The ATD Valley of the Sun Chapter recently announced its 2015 DonMarta and Phoebe Kirkpatrick Scholarship winner. 

In conjunction with Kirkpatrick Partners, this scholarship provides members of the ATD-VOS community the opportunity to enhance their effectiveness and business impact by learning about and applying the Kirkpatrick Model.

The 2015 winner is...

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KeynoteThere are three basic objectives of evaluation: to improve your training program, to drive the transfer of learning to behavior, and to demonstrate ultimate value to your stakeholders. The rest is fluff and noise.

To contribute to all three of these purposes, it is of critical importance to get any mission-critical program off to a strong start, and to finish even stronger.

This week's quick tip will teach you how to address two of the three objectives of evaluation.

Read on for the two techniques that you'll want to learn before you hold even one more training program.

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