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Designing Nonprofit Training

  1. Designing and Delivering Nonprofit Trainings: Tips That Work Beth Kanter, Master Trainer www.bethkanter.org
  2. Designing and Delivering Nonprofit Trainings: Tips That Work Beth Kanter Master Trainer, Blogger, Speaker Author: Measuring the Networked Nonprofit January 29, 2014 Join the conversation! #4Glearn Sponsored by:
  3. Beth Kanter
  4. What is your burning question about designing training? <Type in the Chat>
  5. What I’m Going To Cover Topics • Why Training Fails • Design for Interaction • Webinars Tips OUTCOME Take 1 small step to improve the design of your nonprofit training FRAME Interactive Reflective #4Glearn http://bethkanter.wikispaces.com/nptrain
  6. What’s your experience with training? (for humans, not dogs) Audience Poll
  7. What happens when nonprofit training fails? <Type Into Chat>
  8. Photo by peterjlambert
  9. Maybe I can make lasagna for dinner Just 10 more minutes to go
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  12. ZZZZZZ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kromanfromcrs
  13. Don’t Apply What They Learned http://www.dogshaming.com
  14. Why Does This Happen? http://www.flickr.com/photos/benrussell/1477899923 • Too much information • Content did not resonate with the audience needs • Not enough interaction • Death by PowerPoint • Instructor did a monologue • No time to apply or practice during workshop with feedback • No breaks • Facility or technical problems
  15. The Secret to Successful Nonprofit Training http://www.flickr.com/photos/dog_training_daniel/
  16. Think Like An Instructional Designer BEFORE Analysis – Design - Development DURING Implementation AFTER Evaluation
  17. Tip: Use Bloom To Brainstorm Objectives
  18. Tip: Target Right Level of Authority
  19. Know Your Audience: Participant Analysis
  20. Design for Interaction: Write A Plan Time Content 9-9:30 Opening • • • • Interaction Welcome Icebreaker Burning Questions Logistics Agenda Audience Poll 9:30-10:30 • Networked Learning Goal #1 Nonprofit Overview • Case Studies • CWRF Share Pair Four Corners of the Room (small group discussion and full group debrief) Logistics Documentation Room set up in a Photograph circle or semiroom set up on circle arrival, set up empty, and just before Semi-circle around projector signs on wall, tape, and paper Photograph set up, share pair, small group discussion, and full group debrief Wiki Page w/links 10:30-10:45 ………………..…BREAK ………………………
  21. Quick Stretch at Your Computer
  22. Use Brain Science to Make Learning Stick S A Visual Intellect omatic uditory
  23. Active Listening Exercise As I describe these different interactive ctivities, type into the chat if it uses: S omatic V isual A I uditory ntellect
  24. Share Pairs
  25. Interactive Lecture
  26. Small Group Exercises
  27. Small Group Exercises
  28. Small Group: Card Games
  29. Poster Sessions
  30. Gallery Walks
  31. Rapid Report Outs
  32. Bookends: Great Openers & Closers
  33. Openers: Unleash Existing Knowledge
  34. Icebreakers: Getting To Know Others
  35. Real Time Assessment As Icebreaker
  36. Mini-Energizers – Stretch Breaks
  37. Good Closers: Walking Debrief
  38. Good Closers: Closing Circle
  39. Good Closers: One Small Step
  40. Quick Stretch at Your Computer
  41. Remember: Room Set Up Impacts Interaction Set Up A Set Up B Type into Chat: which set up encourages more interaction?
  42. Don’t Be Afraid To Rearrange Furniture
  43. Making Webinars Interactive Type into the chat: What did I do during this webinar to make it interactive and hopefully keep you from falling asleep? Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thadeusmaximus/11542694/
  44. Webinar Tips • Get participants to tap into their existing knowledge right away • Body breaks • Use of humor, visuals, and pacing • Content delivery in 10 minute chunks • Interactive exercises: type into the chat, active listening, and polls • And just one more ……
  45. Commit to Action What is one idea or tip that you can implement for the next training you design and deliver? Write it down on an index card or share in the chat Resources: http://bethkanter.wikispaces.com/nptrain
  46. Thank you! www.bethkanter.org www.facebook.com/beth.kanter.blog @kanter on Twitter http://bethkanter.wikispaces.com/NetTalks
  47. Upcoming Webinars 2/5: Get Rid of Your Nominating Committee 2/5: Good Chemistry: Creating Strong CEODevelopment Relationships Register for these webinars and more at www.4Good.org Sponsored by:

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