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My 4 Core Brand Values

Brand is about what your values are. It is about integrity and knowing what you know is right and putting your life energy behind it. Here are 4 qualities of my ID brand. Quality- I really am annoyed by low quality … Continue reading

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Recent Portfolio Work

Today I thought I would share some of my recent portfolio work. Please let me know what you think! Redesign of F2F learning. Project: A redesign of F2F learning for suppliers. Goal/Problem: An assessment of the previous learning indicated a … Continue reading

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Do you want ROI or risk a few billion?

There is a course I am involved with that has become a tradition; training outside vendors policy and procedures. For this article I will call it “Vendor Course ABC” or “VC ABC”. This training was established during a crisis as … Continue reading

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Evaluating training for the intangibles

I can imagine a world 50 years ago when there were few ways to systematically evaluate training. At that time Kirkpatrick’s innovative 4 levels of evaluation was a godsend. But now it seems to have become the Kirkpatrick family mafia … Continue reading

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Amplify outside effects may work better than isolating them

We deliver training developed in house for suppliers. The measured results of the training can be attributed to many factors outside of the instruction. The training is for a manufacturing quality chart. The objectives are: Level 2: Recognize the layout … Continue reading

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Getting Level 3, 4 and 5 evaluation is tough!

They keep bugging me to give them a level 3, 4 or 5 evaluations! They say every time: “Please fill out the survey! You can win free prizes!” I am talking about those fast food restaurants or other service industries … Continue reading

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Shortcut to creating Level 1 and 2 evaluations

The most challenging part of crafting evaluations is the time limit that is often given for evaluation. It is normal for many trainings to budget much time for instruction, little for evaluation, and less or none for application of learning. … Continue reading

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