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Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2 #20

The role of training professionals has changed as technology has advanced. 15 years ago it may have been enough to deliver a great training class. If that’s all you do these days, however, you are in danger of being replaced by a smart phone app that can do the same thing on demand, for little or no money.

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Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2 #19

It is very tempting to want to isolate the impact of training on final organizational results, or isolate the impact of any component, for that matter. The reality is that isolation is impossible (or so difficult to accomplish that the resources employed to complete the calculation questionable), and non-productive.

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Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2 #18

Demonstrating training value works best with a combination of quantitative and qualitative evidence. Numeric data that supports the contribution that training has made to the organization is necessary and important, but it is only part of the story of value that needs to be told.

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Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2 #14

Metrics provide evidence of program value, but they are not always the best way to discover the truth during training and follow up. 

During the training program, the trainer should occasionally close the facilitator’s guide, pull up a chair and simply ask participants how the material is being received.

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Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2 #13

This week, we take a look at how the four levels have been expanded to work not just for training initiatives or learning and performance functions, but also for individuals.

Listen to this three-minute quick tip where Jim Kirkpatrick discusses how performance can be created one person at a time to impact your entire training initiative.

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Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2 #12

Sign-off is a common term for obtaining key stakeholder buy-in for an initiative. Unfortunately it sets the wrong tone by implying that all executives have to do is sign an agreement, provide funding and then sit back and let training execute the program.

For your next initiative, have a "signing on" meeting to discuss the active and ongoing role stakeholders and others will play in the success of the initiative. Assign roles and responsibilities, and create deadlines and reporting timelines. 

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In this seven-minute interview, Don and Jim Kirkpatrick discuss how Don's first year of retirement from public speaking is going and what's been keeping him busy.

Additionally, the Kirkpatrick's give a sneak preview of their latest book,
The Brunei Window Washer, which is available for online order on May 23rd.

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Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2 #11

 

 

Do you identify specific business metrics that will be impacted if your training participants apply what they learned in training on the job? These leading indicators are one of the biggest predictors of program success.

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