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The handbook of communication training : a framework for assessing and developing competence

Author: J D Wallace; Dennis Becker
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J D Wallace; Dennis Becker
ISBN: 9781351735346 1351735349 9781351735353 1351735357 9781351735339 1351735330 9781315185859 1315185857
OCLC Number: 1063657540
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Contents: <P>Acknowledgements, List of Contributors, Introduction, Best Practices for Communication Training, <B>Best Practice 1 --
Maintain Transparency to Clients and Trainees, </B>Chapter 1 Mobilizing a Client for Change: Best Practices for Proposing Training, Jennifer H. Waldeck Phd, Chapter 2 Communication Training's Higher Calling: Using a Civic Frame to Promote Transparency and Elevate the Value of Services, Don Waisanen, PhD, Chapter 3 The F-word changes a circular message: Linking a profession's history to communication training's unique organizational role. Robin Smith Mathis PhD, <B>Best Practice 2 --
Use Assessable Methods, </B>Chapter 4 Help, Communication Is Broken and We Need Training! How Diagnosing the Organizational Needs Leads to Better Interventions, Outcomes and Profit, Jeffrey L. Stafford, PhD, Michelle Hege, MA, Amber Barnes, MA, Greta R. Underhill, MA, Hannah R. Seagrave, MA, Chapter 5 Greater Alignment, Greater Success: Communication Needs Assessments and Training Program Assessments. Piyawan Charoensap-Kelly, Chapter 6 Observational assessment at the core of your communication training program: Authentic design and use of observational survey instruments, Jessica Parker-Raley PhD, Amber N. Finn PhD, <B>Best Practice 3 --
Demonstrate Technology Proficiency, </B>Chapter 7 Online Training Tools in an Interconnected World. Michael G. Strawser PhD, Marjorie M. Buckner PhD, Renee Kaufmann PhD, Chapter 8 Mobile Devices in Training: What are our Trainees Doing and What Can Trainers Do? Keri K. Stephens, Ph. D., Brett W. Robertson, M.A., Chapter 9 Best Practices in Slide Design. Lori B. Miraldi MA, Peter N. Miraldi PhD, Chapter 10 Training in a Flash: Considerations of Learning Outcomes and Storytelling in Building Webinar Training. Donna M. Elkins PhD, Robin Hinkle PhD, Hope Zoeller EdD, <B>Best Practice 4 --
Demonstrate Professional Development., </B>Chapter 11 Career and Professional Development as Levels of Engagement in the Communication Training and Development Field. Ross Brinkert, Chapter 12 The Communication Trainer as Bricoleur, Craig Engstrom, Ph. D., Michael Forst, M.A., Lacey Corey Brown, M.A., Chapter 13 Deliberate Practice Activities of Communication Professionals and Implications for Training and Consulting. Helen Lie, Ed. D., Chapter 14 Professional Development. Lisa Waite, MA, <B>Best Practice 5 --
Develop and Maintain Organizational Expertise, </B>Chapter 15 From Training to Performance Improvement: Using a Holistic Approach to Demonstrate Organizational Expertise and Achieve. John E. Burk PhD, Thomas A. Birk PhD, Chapter 16 The Role of Communication Theory in Leadership Training and Development. Ralph A. Gigliotti, PhD, Brent D. Ruben, PhD, <B>Best Practice 6 --
Demonstrate Effective and Appropriate Instructional Design, </B>Chapter 17 Best Practices of Training Instructional Design: The Needs-Centered Training Model, Steven A. Beebe, PhD, Chapter 18 Debriefing: Enhancing Skill Acquisition and Transfer of Learning during Training. Marjorie M. Buckner PhD, Amber N. Finn PhD, Chapter 19 Instructional Design Training as Instruction: Delivering Instruction for the Adult Learner. Robert J. Sidelinger PhD, Chapter 20 Training Trainers Growth Mindset Messaging: The Role of Implicit Person Theory on Training. Elissa A. Adame, Ph. D., Chapter 21 Belbin Team Roles: Assessing Behavioral Interaction to Improve Communication. DeeDee Smartt Lynch, President, Smartt Strategies, Mike Lynch, Chief Operations Officer, Smartt Strategies, Cody M. Clemens, M.A., Chapter 22 Operationalizing Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle: A User-friendly Template for Instructional Design and Self-Assessment. Kristen A. McIntyre, PhD, Belynda Dix, MA, Marian L. Ward, MA., <B>Best Practice 7 --
Demonstrate Communication Proficiency, </B>Chapter 23 The Communication Skills of an Effective Trainer. Seth S. Frei, MA, Steven A. Beebe, PhD, Chapter 24 Re-Motivating Monroe, Click-Whirr: Social Suasion and the Motivated Sequence. Jay Baldwin, Chapter 25 The Use of Humor and Storytelling Skills as a Best Practice in Demonstrating Communication Proficiency. Dakota C. Horn, Robin Golinski, Chapter 26 Effectively Integrating Group Techniques to Develop Communication Proficiency. Kristine M. Nicolini, PhD, DeAnne Priddis, PhD, Chapter 27 Incorporating Cosmopolitan Communication into Diverse Teaching and Training Contexts: Considerations from Our Work with Military Students and Veterans. Susan Steen, PhD, Lauren Mackenzie, PhD, Barton Buechner, PhD, Chapter 28 Social and Cultural Diversity in Training and Group Facilitation. Sara DeTurk PhD, Index.</P>
Responsibility: edited by J.D. Wallace and Dennis Becker.

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