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Training evaluation does not need to be complex or expensive to be effective. View this recorded TrainingIndustry.com Executive Seminar Series webinar to hear Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick facilitate the sharing of practical ideas to maximize training value with minimal investment. 

Using the New World Kirkpatrick Model as a guide, they also provide their own powerful yet inexpensive ways to implement a meaningful training evaluation strategy throughout the learning and performance process. 

Click here to access the recorded webinar and learn ideas you can implement even when resources are scarce. 

We welcome your feedback about the webinar and the topics that Wendy and Jim discussed. Here are some ways to join the conversation:

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Evaluation Blunders & Missteps to Avoid
November 9, 2016

The four levels is the most common training evaluation approach, but that doesn't mean it has been implemented correctly over time.

On the contrary, misconceptions and misapplication have reduced the simple effectiveness of the model. 

Click here for tips from Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick on how you can avoid the most common blunders that frequently sabotage even the best-intentioned Kirkpatrick evaluation efforts. 


Ignite Your Inner Fire with Jim Kirkpatrick in Orlando, Florida
November 7, 2016

Training is still "on trial," charged with incurring expenses in excess of the value it provides to the organization.

Training must reinvent itself and transcend the classroom. Attend this hand-on workshop to learn tactics for building programs and initiatives that enhance on-the-job performance and impact the bottom line. 

Join Jim Kirkpatrick in Orlando, Florida on January 19, 2017 for this informative and interactive workshop.


Order Your Copy of Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Training Evaluation
October 3, 2016

We are excited to announce the release of our new book, Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Training Evaluation.

Discover a complete blueprint for implementing the model in a way that truly maximizes business results. And delve into Jim and Wendy's new findings that, together with Don Kirkpatrick's work, create the New World Kirkpatrick Model, a powerful methodology that melds people with metrics.

Use the New World Model to better train people, improve the way you work, and, ultimately, contribute to your organization's most crucial goals without breaking the budget. 

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