Turning Training Into Learning: How to Design and Deliver Programs That Get Results
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BeschreibungJust as you can lead a horse to water, but it won't necessarily drink, so you can give an employee training, but he may not actually learn... unless, of course, the trainer uses this insightful new book. Turning Training into Learning provides a specific, tested method for making sure training equals real learning.Written for anyone who must train others, this step-by-step guide shows exactly how to create a program that engages trainees and ensures that they remember and use what they've learned when they get back to work. Readers learn how to: -- Analyze exactly what a particular trainee needs-- Establish a safe environment where questions are welcomed-- Demonstrate to learners why the training is relevant to them-- Understand the process by which adults learn-- Place real learning within the context of the traditional training cycle: assessment, design, delivery, and evaluation.
InhaltsverzeichnisCreate the foundation (the training process); link training to learning (the learning process); capture my attention and interest (listen and understand); help me see "what's in it for me" (evaluate and decide); let me try it long enough to "buy it" (attempts and build); send me back to use it and mold it (return and apply); now it's mine (natural transition).
PortraitSheila Furjanic (Croton-on-Hudson, NY) is manager of training and development at NYU Medical Center, where she has led many major training initiatives. Laurie Trotman (New York, NY) works with Andersen Consulting in the areas of training, organization design, and human resources management.
Untertitel: Empfohlen ab 17 Jahre. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: AMACOM BOOKS
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2000
Seitenanzahl: 318 Seiten