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 From Jim Kirkpatrick, Training Evaluation Expert

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 From Jim Kirkpatrick, Training Evaluation Expert

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Back in June, Wendy Kirkpatrick offered tips on what to try when you just can't get a seat at the table.

She's back with more from her in-studio radio interview with Stone Payton and Lee Kantor of Business RadioX.

Wendy offers guidance on how to handle the vague training request.

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 - Jim Kirkpatrick, Training Evaluation Expert and Fisherman

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When you review your training evaluation data and find that it is not altogether favorable, should you:

  1. Hide it, so there are no repercussions
  2. Change the questions so you get more favorable responses in the future
  3. Try on your own to understand it, and make adjustments
  4. None of the above

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"Feed a man a fish or teach a man to fish. Which is your approach to training evaluation?"

- Jim Kirkpatrick, Training Evaluation Expert and Fisherman

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As training professionals, most of us will admit that when we scoop up a stack of evaluation forms, our eye goes first to one place: the questions where participants tell us how we did teaching the class.

This is just human. We all want to know if people liked
us, if they thought we did a good job and if we accomplished our goals.

But what if I said that much of the feedback you are getting isn’t true?

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“Save training dollars and successfully demonstrate training value by using
a chain of evidence showing data at all four Kirkpatrick levels.”  ​

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