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Leadership came to you with a request for training. You organized a training session where the employees seemed to have learned something. You received positive feedback, and you sent them a post-training quiz. Job well done, right?
Not exactly. A study from Robert O. Brinkerhoff found that we spend only 15 percent of our current training resources on the actual on-the-job application that a training event independently yields. We spend the majority on the design, development and delivery. That means we spend more time designing what the training will look like than evaluating how the training is helping our employees in their job roles day-to-day.
This interactive webinar, brought to you by BizLibrary, will provide easy-to-understand insights on:
- What you should do before training begins to assist with measurement
- Ways to drive behavior change post-training
- Diverse post-training tools and methods of measuring behavior