Is training within your organization viewed simply as a box that
must be ticked on a compliance checklist, or is it regarded as a critical tool for facilitating change and movement toward the organization's highest level goals?
One member of the Kirkpatrick Evaluation discussion group in LinkedIn
recently wrote, "I am interested in your experience of selling the idea of using the Kirkpatrick Model to your clients or sponsors. I often find that I am the one initiating the evaluation conversation."
Since Don Kirkpatrick's passing in May 2014, many of our friends and colleagues in the training industry have honored his memory with pieces about his contribution to the field and personal stories about his
Read on to help us honor the memory of the "father of training evaluation."
Learning and performance professionals must catch the ear of business stakeholders in order to establish the kind of partnership that will enable them to develop solutions that yield true business value.
If you have been proactive and fortunate enough to secure a meeting with your business stakeholders, what did you talk to them about, and in whose language? What was the outcome?
Read on to learn how to speak with the business in a way that will have them opening their calendars to schedule the next appointment instead of shaking their heads as they dismiss you from the room.
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