Increasing Training Impact

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Basic Fundamentals to enhance training impact. Presentation given at New Horizon's regional meeting in Abilene, TX

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  • Reduce brightness of background (in master view background formatting) for high power projector, plasma display or low lighting. Currently in high ambient light (flourescents) with typical data projector. -jd
  • Increasing Training Impact

    1. 1. March 2, 2014
    2. 2. BEST PRACTICES IN TRAINING • Transparency to Clients and Trainees • Assessable Methods • Technology Proficiency • Professional Development • Organizational Expertise • Instructional Design • Communication Proficiency
    3. 3. COVEY’S TYRANNY OF THE URGENT Urgent Not Urgent Important 1 - Crises - Pressing problems - Deadline driven projects, meetings, next-hours activities 2 - Preparations - Prevention - Planning - Relationship building - Empowerment self/others Not-Important 3 - Interruptions , phone calls - Some mail, some reports - Some meetings - “Pressing matters” - Many popular activities 4 - Trivia, busy work - Instagram, Flappy-bird, Pinterest - Some phone calls, spam - Escape activities
    4. 4. RCQ ANALYSIS Quality Credibility Receptivity • Receptivity of the Trainees • Credibility of the Trainer • Quality of the Training
    5. 5. RECEPTIVITY OF THE TRAINEES • Credibility of Trainer • Motivation • Ability
    6. 6. CREDIBILITY OF THE TRAINER • First Impressions • Competency • Trust
    7. 7. QUALITY OF TRAINING • Knowing Objectives • Measurable Impact • Maturity Group Match
    8. 8. LAST WORD
    9. 9. J. D. WALLACE Co-chair, National Communication Association's Training and Development Division Communication and Sociology Department Abilene Christian University ACU Box 28156 Abilene, Texas 79699-8156 E-mail: jd.wallace@acu.edu Phone: 325-674-2339

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