Processes and people within your organization that work well can help direct those processes and people that are not working as well. In this video, learn how to design ways to use resources at your disposal to solve problems.
- When leaders want training, … they're trying to solve a problem. … And specifically, they're trying to get people … to perform better at something. … But I have found they're so focused on who's struggling … that they don't notice who's already doing it well. … So ask them this question, … "What are your good people doing differently?" … this helps them start to notice the pockets of excellence … on their team and you can start to identify the behaviors … that you actually want to transfer to the other group. … This will also make sure that the right people … are in the room for training … and that you can really focus on shifting the behaviors … of the folks who need it most. … …
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- Identifying your organization's stage and strategic goals
- What success looks like
- What has already been tried
- Designing a learning experience
- Telling the learning story
- Engaging your audience
- Extending learning
- Measuring success
Skill Level Intermediate
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Learning pros and cons1m 39s
1. Understanding Your Organization
2. Solving a Learning Problem
3. Designing a Learning Experience
4. Designing the Learning
5. Building the Learning
6. Extending the Learning
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