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Why is the most impactful part of training usually the first thing to be cut? The key to massively improving learning transfer from classroom (or screen) to on-the-job performance is realistic, context-specific “rehearsal.” And yes, you really can bring the best of the real world to your classroom or screen. I want participants to experience a radical inversion of how most people design training. Instead of starting with what learners need to know, they will start with what they need to do – in context! – to drive specific business results. Creating realistic ways to practice this becomes the top priority.
Participants who attend the session will be able to:
1. Explicitly identify target behaviors a given training should produce & how they affect IRACIS (Increase Revenue, Avoid Costs, Improve Service).
2. Create “rehearsal opportunities” that mimic the most essential elements of the real-world context for the behaviors.
This next great program is sponsored by ASTD and offered by Terri Cheney. Terri Cheney is the Lead Brain User of Connect! Learning Design, a consulting practice that applies current brain science to making workplace learning effective enough to drive a measurable difference in business performance. She has been intensely involved in ASTD-Twin Cities Chapter since 1996, which probably had a lot to do with why she was recruited to serve on the board of directors and ultimately as 2010 president of this second-largest chapter in the country.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 21, 2013
WHERE: ALLETE/Minnesota Power, 30 West Superior Street, Duluth - Inside the main Superior Street doors in Room 140
TIME: Registration and Lunch - 11:30 am
Program 11:45 am - 1:00 pm
COST: $15.00 for Members $25.00 for Non-members
Please register by going to http://www.astd-duluth.org or call 218-355-3773
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