ASTD: Training Ain't Performance

  • 28 Jul 2014
  • 8:30 AM
  • 29 Jul 2014
  • 4:30 PM
  • Executive Conference Center, 55 Fourth Street, Level 2, San Francisco, CA 94103

Training Ain’t Performance has had rave reviews as a book. Now, it’s a live learning event!

As organizations grow and respond to ever-increasing demands internally and externally, they seek much more than skill and knowledge improvement from their training functions; they want demonstrated performance results.
Based on the award-winning book of the same name, Training Ain’t Performance is a highly interactive learning event that delivers the key concepts, principles, and tools to transform you into an effective performance consultant.
This day and a half event introduces you to the basic concepts and practices of performance consulting, a systematic process that allows training professionals, OD or HRD specialists, and managers to determine whether training or other performance interventions are necessary or sufficient. The day’s activities incorporate materials and exercises that deal with human capital and performance engineering. Using a project relevant to your organization, you’ll learn how to determine what is necessary and feasible to produce results that all stakeholders value, and develop a convincing, data-based report that supports your recommendations.
The full session guides you through a thinking and decision-making process that sets the foundation for becoming a true learning and performance professional. You’ll leave with a set of skills and tools that are highly valued in today’s competitive environment.

Want to learn more?

Click here to download a free chapter of the book.


Learning Objectives

After this event, you’ll be able to:
  1. Demonstrate the value of a performance approach to achieve workplace results.
  2. Apply systematically designed job aids that lead to selecting the best, most cost-effective actions for attaining desired workplace results and behaviors from specified groups.


Who Should Attend?

  • Members of training, organization development, or human resource groups who are focused on performance improvement.
  • Instructional designers, training managers, and training personnel who are looking beyond training solutions to achieve bottom-line results.
  • Customer relationship specialists and managers who want to improve the performance of their people through best practices supported by evidence, rather than assumptions or generally accepted practice.
  • Training groups moving from training order-taking to the more fulfilling and contributing role of learning and performance support.

Register using your CHiP Code:
8070

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