Learning That Matters
Most learning never gets applied and becomes learning scrap. Imagination becomes reality: Learning experiences that are applied and achieve meaningful results - this experience shows you how.
Imagine this - you attend, and are actually engaged by a training experience that is filled with excellent ideas and content highly relevant to your work; you set clear goals with action plans for applying the concepts at work; you decide whose support and assistance you need and with whom you need to share your learning; you immediately begin applying what you have learned and start seeing and documenting early results; you continue enacting your plans and start to develop new habits that help you do your work differently and better; you begin to see and record positive business results.
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Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Define Progression of Learning Value (POLV)
Describe the six disciplines of learning
Identify the key purpose of corporate learning
An introduction to the Progression of Learning Value (POLV™) and the Six Disciplines that lead beyond understanding to application, change and measurable results:
Clear and measurable business and personal outcomes
Complete experiences - processes not events
Programs in ways that ensure transfer and application
Follow through and practice to build new habits
Document, measure, and report results
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Recommended CPE Credit Hours: 1.0
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Experience in the selection, planning or development of learning courses.
Advanced Prerequisites: Specific learning, meeting, or project in mind.
Designed For: Learning and business leaders concerned with delivering measurable business results from learning programs, meetings, events, and other development initiatives.
Instructor: Richard D. Flanagan, Ph.D. and Bob Dean, CPA
Review Date: 06/28/2016