Saturday, December 7, 2019

Kirkpatrick Quick Tip Vol. 2: #2

Do you find the typical "smile sheet" data really compelling? If so, chances are you are a training professional. Your stakeholders, however, are typically looking for something else.

Listen to this quick tip for practical ways to gather data that is of more importance to your stakeholders.

Additional resources:

Kirkpatrick chapter of the ASTD Handbook of Measuring and Evaluating Training

The New World Level 1 Reaction Sheets

Kirkpatrick Four Levels™ Evaluation Certification Program

Kirkpatrick Four Levels™ Evaluation Certificate Program

Three Steps to Effectiveness 

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# Fred
Wednesday, January 11, 2012 12:27 PM
I think referring to Level 1 or Trainee Reactions as "smile sheets" does everyone a disservice. Level 1 isn't about whether or not the trainees "liked" or are "happy" with the training. It's about much more important matters; for example: Do they see the connections between what was presented in the training and their work? What, if any, downstream payoffs do they see in the training? Was the value they derived from the training worth their investment of time and energy? Senior executives are rightly dismissive of much of the data collected via "smile sheets" but then those data shouldn't have been collected in the first place and doing so was a waste of everyone's time.
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