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Weekly Feature

 

Throughout the year, we have dedicated ourselves to sharing with our community practical tips that can help you to improve your training evaluation efforts and better use your limited resources to achieve true business value.

With an average of 3,857 clicks per Quick Tip, these are the most popular features of 2016:

 

 

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I believe that technology is rapidly and deliberately on a quest to make genuine human interaction obsolete. What remains of the human element increasingly seems to involve walking avatars rather than thinking, feeling human beings. My frustration is that many are going down without a fight.

 

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partnershipsMany training professionals struggle to gain support for training initiatives from key business partners
and stakeholders. 

They often find themselves tasked with providing a new training program to fix a problem that has not yet been considered or discussed thoroughly. After issuing their orders, these business partners disappear until it is time to see if the training "worked." 

Use this collection of our favorite resources for building business partnership to put an end to this cycle and generate training with true business value.

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This week we are pleased to share our newest article from the February issue of Training Magazine.

Read as Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick explain how return on expectations (ROE) demonstrates the degree to which training initiatives satisfy the expectations of key business stakeholders.

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Nearly every goal-setting philosophy begins with a clear vision of the desired end result. While this principle is quite simple and easy to understand, examples of people ignoring it abound.

In the world of training and development, many workplace learning professionals with the best of intentions embark on designing, developing, and delivering training programs without a clear vision of what is expected as a result of the program.

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Avoid the Allure of Training ActivityKirkpatrick Quick Tip #32

Much of what learning professionals do does not directly contribute to business or mission value.

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Listen to the final installment of Wendy Kirkpatrick's in-studio radio interview with Stone Payton and Lee Kantor of Business RadioX.

In the previous segment, Wendy shared how to handle the vague training request.

During this discussion, Wendy warns against shortcuts that put your initiatives at risk.

 

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Honoring Our Armed Forces: The Men and Women Who Serve and Protect

One of my favorite U.S. holidays is Veteran’s Day. I can still picture my dad in his later years raising and saluting the stars and stripes at his retirement community.

Note that I did not end the title of this article with the traditional, “…Who Serve …”. From my vantage point, I cannot help but think of what they do (Level 3 – Serve), and the purpose of their service (Level 4 – Protect). I appreciate the service they provide, but more so I am deeply grateful that they protect people like me and my loved ones in the US and around the world.

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