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Learning Changes: Part One - Design

The Radically Sensible Approach to 21st Century Learning

Language:  English
Discover an innovative learning design methodology that delivers simple, fast behavioural change and creates a strong foundation for effective performance management.
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Training is a common solution to a wide range of organisational problems; however traditional design approaches can focus attention on the trainer rather than the learner.Learning Changes provides a system for learning design that enables effective learning to be delivered by anyone, not just by a trainer, and links into performance management to ensure compliance, innovation and fairness, leading to higher levels of engagement and performance.Part one of this two part series contains the design framework, part two contains delivery methods and ideas to help anyone be a more effective trainer.

About the Author

Peter Freeth is a UK based international consultant, master coach, author and speaker who builds high performing cultures. He has written eighteen books and has worked with some of the world's most recognised businesses, doubling sales conversion rates, reducing graduate development time and achieving up to 700% increase in profitability. Peter is the host of Bookboon’s ‘In Focus’ podcast series.

  • About the Author
  • Introduction: The Journey Begins
  1. Training and Presenting
  2. Learning Changes
    1. About the Format of This Book
  3. Training Design
    1. Learning Exercise
    2. What is Learning?
    3. What is Training?
    4. Prerequisites for learning
  4. The Learning Cycle
  5. Training Needs Analysis
    1. Motivation
  6. Planning the Journey
  7. Stories
    1. Scenes
    2. Steps
  8. Method
  9. The Story Format
  10. Writing a Training Plan
  11. Measurement and Evaluation
  12. Performance Management
  • Conclusion: The Journey Begins Again
  • References

Identify the core elements required to set up a learning framework that can be applied to different learning environments and objectives.

About the Author

Peter Freeth