Have You Seen the Reviews?
Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Training Evaluation is selling out across multiple channels.
Here are a few examples of what people are saying about the book.
“This book – FOUR LEVELS of TRAINING EVALUATION is a fantastic book. It is a simple read with tons of real life examples that are easy to apply to any size organization or project. I STRONGLY recommend this book for anyone who wants to increase their ROI, Value of programs or ability to decisions make. This book is not just for a training professional, it is for anyone who wants to drive their business, improve the decision making or improve existing programs or businesses. Very useful information that will help you make a tremendous impact.
Get this book, use this book, apply the principles, I promise you won’t regret it.” -Aaron Haefele
“An incredible work that benefits anyone involved with training and development, whether you are familiar with the Kirkpatrick Method already or not. It highlights the changes made to the New World model while remaining as practical and easy-to-digest as ever. An absolute must-read!” -Kate Bonn
“Anyone who is a learning and development or as I would like to say performance improvement professional must read this book to learn how you can partner with your stakeholders to develop and implement sustainable improvement programs that will make a difference. Even if you are very familiar with the New World Kirkpatrick Model, this is a must-read – you will learn things that you probably were not aware of. And the case studies are outstanding – they bring the model to life and the reader can really see how it works. And, I appreciate the inclusion of other experts such as in the chapter, ‘Evaluating Beyond Traditional Classroom Training.’
You will receive an outstanding Return on Your Expectations from reading Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Training.” -Chuck Udell
“This update does a great job of clarifying any questions on how to use the Kirkpatrick 4 Levels of Evaluation plus additions to the original concepts.” -Eddie Rockledge
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