Kirkpatrick Quick Tip #39
By Jim Kirkpatrick
When you are asked to report the value of your training, do you break a sweat? Are you completely clear on what is expected?
If you dread receiving a summons to plead your case, you are not alone.
Read this week’s quick tip for practical advice from a senior business leader on what information they really want.
Enjoying working with the Singapore Armed Forces this week.
Kirkpatrick Quick Tip #38
Most training professionals are very caring and giving people; this is why they go into training.
Reading many evaluation forms, however, one might get the impression that trainers care more about what people think of them than if participants obtained valuable knowledge and skills.
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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