As a learning leader, you need to identify the critical components and strategies that will produce the most effective learning initiatives for your current business needs. In this highly interactive workshop you will examine common characteristics of High Performance Learning Organizations and build a Best Practices portfolio that will ensure measurable results when you return to work.
This program is facilitated by Michael Nolan, President of FKA, or a senior staff member with executive learning management experience.
Who should attend:
Learning managers and directors, managers of human resources, and line managers who are responsible for the planning, designing and delivery of learning
Anyone with budget responsibilities for learning, whether you have limited or extensive experience in the learning field
Six Key Benefits:
Benchmark your learning organization against Fortune 500 companies and High Performance Learning Organizations.
Identify tactics to increase senior management support for the value of your learning organization.
Review industry-approved competencies to select and develop your learning professionals.
Develop strategies that will maximize learning and improve job performance.
Build a list of Best Practices that you will be able to use immediately back on the job.
Take home a comprehensive manual, packed with job aids, checklists, decision tables and reference materials that address your key challenges.
Identify roles and responsibilities in the learning organization in order to establish the required partnership between learning and performance improvement professionals and line managers.
Examine the instructional design and development cycle to ensure performance-based learning is achieved.
Analyze performance problems in order to identify learning and non-learning needs.
Link learning initiatives to business needs.
Examine the components of a learning strategy plan.
Plan and manage learning budgets and initiatives.
Use cost methods for evaluating learning investments, including ROI.
Select and manage external resources.
Staff, manage, assess and develop internal learning resources.
Examine critical components of effective learning implementation.
Identify evaluation strategies for measuring the effectiveness of learning initiatives.
Reinforce and integrate learning transfer and post learning program support.
Examine the key challenges facing the learning manager.
Characteristics of High Performance Learning Organizations
Learning Industry Report
FKA Instructional Systems Design Methodology™
Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Evaluation
Evolving Roles and Responsibilities
Business Case Study: Questions to ask
Key Issues in Needs Identification
Identifying the Client
Business Measurements and Performance Indicators
Learning Organization Report Card – Establishing Value
Performance Discrepancies – Causes and Solutions
Model of Performance
Systematic Learning Process
Instructor Competencies and Performances
Instructional Design Competencies and Performances
Learning Manager Competencies and Performances
FKA’s Core Competencies of Consultants
Instructional Strategies: Blended Approaches
Formal and Informal Learning
Estimating Development Times
Instructional Design Shortcutting Guidelines
Principles of Adult Learning - Design Considerations
Transfer of Learning
Selecting and Developing Excellent Technical Instructors
Process of Learning
Getting Reliable Evaluation Data
Instructional Design Support Manual (150+ pages) full of templates and checklists to support the FKA Instructional Systems Design Methodology
Online access to 16 instructional design templates and checklists, and FKA’s complete glossary
Online access to FKA’s ROI calculator and 10+ tutorials
SPECIAL VALUE-ADDED FEATURES
In addition to your participant manual, you will receive: