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The art and science of training

Author: Elaine Biech
Publisher: Alexandria, VA : ATD Press, [2017]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"There are more similarities than differences between how artists and scientists work. Both ask countless questions. Both search in earnest for answers. Both are dedicated to reaching the best results. Not so different from today's trainers, are they? Elaine Biech, one of the most highly regarded names in talent development, has set out to identify the perfect blend of content mastery and audience insight. The  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elaine Biech
ISBN: 9781607280941 1607280949
OCLC Number: 968782903
Description: xiii, 281 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: What is the science and art of training? --
How do you learn? --
How do you design so others can learn? --
What about the 90% of learning that occurs beyond the classroom? --
What can you expect of technology? --
How do you prepare for your delivery role? --
How do you align delivery to your learners' needs? --
How can you address training challenges? --
How can you guarantee transfer of learning to the workplace? --
How do you align learning with organizational requirements? --
Why bother with assessment and evaluation? --
Science or art? How do you ensure you are the best? --
How can training be relevant in the future?
Responsibility: Elaine Biech.

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Discover how top facilitators always put learners first, even when faced with exceptions to the rule-the unwilling learner, the uninformed supervisor, the inappropriate delivery medium, or the  Read more...

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