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Telling Ain't Training, 2nd edition

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Telling Ain't Training, 2nd edition by Harold D. Stolovitch,Erica J. Keeps Book Summary:

For training that is as fun as it is effective, this is a must-have resource for anyone involved in training. Detailing the “who,” “what,” “ when,” “why” and “how” of learning, Telling Ain’t Training provides everything you need to energise and engage leaders regardless of age experience. Fast-paced, fun and interactive, Telling Ain’t Training incorporates principles of adult learning to separate learning myth from learning fact. Understand how people learn, what makes training successful, why training fails and how to achieve amazing training results.

The Learning & Development Book

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The Learning & Development Book by Tricia Emerson,Mary Stewart Book Summary:

Written for the experienced professional who lacks time and is juggling many responsibilities, but who yearns to be more effective with their professional development programmes, this provides simple ideas and concepts which illustrate best practices for improving learning and development teaching skills. It offers clear, concise advice based on real-world experience.

The Art and Science of Training

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The Art and Science of Training by Elaine Biech Book Summary:

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 result is this highly informative book.The Art and Science of Training presents the science for learning and development, but it also emphasizes that training success lies in knowing what to do when things don't go as planned. 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 unmanageable performance challenge. And learn why you must understand people, not only content, to ensure consistently exceptional learning experiences. Science is both a body of knowledge and a process. Art is the expression of creativity and imagination. Where they intersect is the best way to help others learn and grow.

Leaders Start to Finish

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Leaders Start to Finish by Anne Bruce,Stephanie M. Montanez Book Summary:

Leaders Start to Finish: A Road Map for Developing Top Performers focuses on developing effective leadership training programs that produce leaders with an engaged, “I can” leadership attitude. This book addresses the question of how to create high-performing, authentic leaders at all levels of an organisation, from front-line employees through senior management. In offering pragmatic, realworld solutions and detailed instructions on how to build a leadership training program from the ground up, Leaders Start to Finish will help you develop your staff into efficient, respected managers and leaders.

Needs Assessment Basics, 2nd Edition

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Needs Assessment Basics, 2nd Edition by Beth McGoldric,Deborah Tobey Book Summary:

Go from order-taker to valued performance consultant. You may be pressured to give an immediate “yes” to a training request. Resist. Instead, start playing an essential role in driving your organization forward by using needs assessment to target your training programs to support critical business goals. Organizations need staff to be efficient and effective. That calls for training programs that get to the core of performance issues. A needs assessment ensures that you understand the root of problems like knowledge gaps, performance issues, and product quality and gives you the tools to resolve them. This second edition of Needs Assessment Basics starts with the initial training request and guides you all the way through data collection and making training recommendations. A progressive case study illustrates the seven phases of a needs assessment plan to reinforce each chapter’s content. Part of ATD’s Training Basics series, Needs Assessment Basics will help you develop a foundation that will ensure the training programs you design and deliver will help the organization succeed.

Cases on Human Performance Improvement Technologies

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Cases on Human Performance Improvement Technologies by Stefaniak, Jill E. Book Summary:

Management professionals regularly seek new, cost-effective ways to influence employee behavior to advance productivity and competency within their organization. While best practices are often taught in the classroom, many students lack an understanding of the real world challenges professionals face. Cases on Human Performance Improvement Technologies presents a collection of teaching cases that demonstrate the real-world application of digital tools for human performance enhancement across a variety of settings. Utilizing a problem-based instructional technique, the cases presented in this publication include the challenges and solutions industry professionals encounter. This publication is an essential reference source for educators, upper level students, and practitioners in the fields of human-computer interaction, organizational development, educational technology, and business management.

ASTD's Ultimate Train the Trainer

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ASTD's Ultimate Train the Trainer by Elaine Biech Book Summary:

This practical, how-to overview of the entire training function provides new trainers with critical training skills. Use ""ASTD's Ultimate Train the Trainer"" program to bring new trainers quickly up-to-speed, engage SMEs in the learning process, and enhance seasoned trainers' skills with the latest techniques for delivering powerful training. Following the proven ADDIE methodology, ""ASTD's Ultimate Train the Trainer"" provides a comprehensive program including options for full-day or multi-day session agendas, as well as learning activities, customizable PowerPoint[registered] slides, and participant handouts. Authored by training's consummate professional, Elaine Biech, ""ASTD's Ultimate Train the Trainer"" is a 'must have' for every training manager's bookshelf.

Employee Development on a Shoestring

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Employee Development on a Shoestring by Halelly Azulay Book Summary:

Developing motivated, competent employees is critical to the success of every organisation. Employee Development on a Shoestring provides time-bound and budget-strapped managers with the implementation tools and techniques to develop their team members cost-effectively using organic opportunities found all around their workplace. With real-life examples, case studies, and hands-on worksheets and exercises, Employee Development on a Shoestring is a tremendous asset for everyone interested in developing highly competent, engaged, and skilled workers in a variety of creative and immediately available ways outside the training classroom and ‘outside the box’.

Training Ain't Performance

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Training Ain't Performance by Harold D. Stolovitch,Erica J. Keeps Book Summary:

Despite all the explicit emphasis on ""bottom-line"" results in the workplace, a great deal of confusion exists about what constitutes valued accomplishment, achievement, and the connection between training and performance. This book is aimed at untangling some of the myths and outright fallacies that organizations often propagate. Following on the wildly popular ""Telling Ain't Training"", ""Training Ain't Performance"" is a whimsical and entertaining exploration of human performance improvement. From its first chapter, ""Show Me the Money,"" to its concluding chapter, ""Hit or Myth: Separating Fact From Workplace Performance Fiction,"" readers of this book are gently guided toward a solid understanding of performance and how to use their newly gained knowledge for real organizational value.

Essentials of Online Course Design

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Essentials of Online Course Design by Marjorie Vai,Kristen Sosulski Book Summary:

In spite of the proliferation of online learning, creating online courses can still evoke a good deal of frustration, negativity, and wariness in those who need to create them. The second edition of Essentials of Online Course Design takes a fresh, thoughtfully designed, step-by-step approach to online course development. At its core is a set of standards that are based on best practices in the field of online learning and teaching. Pedagogical, organizational, and visual design principles are presented and modeled throughout the book, and users will quickly learn from the guide’s hands-on approach. The course design process begins with the elements of a classroom syllabus which, after a series of guided steps, easily evolve into an online course outline. The guide’s key features include: a practical approach informed by theory clean interior design that offers straightforward guidance from page one clear and jargon-free language examples, screenshots, and illustrations to clarify and support the text a checklist of online course design standards that readers can use to self-evaluate. a Companion Website with examples, adaptable templates, interactive learning features, and online resources: http://essentialsofonlinecoursedesign.com Essentials of Online Course Design serves as a best practice model for designing online courses. After reading this book, readers will find that preparing for online teaching is a satisfying and engaging experience. The core issue is simply good design: pedagogical, organizational, and visual. For more of Marjorie Vai in her own words, listen to this 2011 interview from the On Teaching Online podcast: http://onteachingonline.com/oto-16-essentials-of-online-course-design-with-marjorie-vai/

Confessions of a Corporate Trainer

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Confessions of a Corporate Trainer by Jonathan Halls Book Summary:

Embrace the Gritty Reality of Training Ever watched half your class stomp out on you? Fallen asleep facilitating a creativity workshop? Planned a bulletproof lesson plan, then dropped it 10 minutes after you started? Don’t worry—it’s fine to confess. If you have faced a surprise in the training room, chances are Jonathan Halls has seen it, too. As a result, he doesn’t pretend to be a shiny happy trainer anymore; his 25-plus years of training and facilitating in 25 countries have taught him not to stress over a less-than-flawless class—and helped him focus less on himself and more on letting his learners shine. In Confessions of a Corporate Trainer: An Insider Tells All, Jonathan tells relatable and charming stories of what corporate training is really about, drawing from his highly rated train-the-trainer workshops and hundreds of honest conversations with like-minded trainers. He recounts the curveball he was thrown midway through a change management workshop in Zagreb, Croatia—and how it showed him the futility of overplanning. He shares the time a fire alarm disrupted a training program he led in Washington, D.C., and how he embraced the interruption. And he reflects on what conspires to knock trainers off their game (psst: demanding clients, heavy workloads, and frequent travel are only a few of the culprits). Discover the gritty reality of training. Confessions of a Corporate Trainer will entertain you, challenge you, and remind you why you as a trainer are so important in today’s workplace.

Strategic Business Partner

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Strategic Business Partner by Dana Gaines Robinson,James Robinson Book Summary:

Research clearly indicates that there is a strong need for the Human Resources (HR) function, and the people in it, to adopt a more strategic and business-linked approach. In one study business executives ranked the HR function as third, after sales and customer service, as a function that makes a very significant contribution to a company's bottom line. Unfortunately research also indicates that few HR functions have become strategic. Most still operate in a primarily administrative and tactical manner—the very work that is increasingly being outsourced. Clearly there is a gap between what business leaders and employees need from their HR departments and what HR is providing. HR functions must become more integrated into the business, with some people on the HR team assuming the role of Strategic Business Partner (SBP). Here, Dana and Jim Robinson offer guidance for HR, Organization Development and Learning professionals who aspire to transform themselves into effective Strategic Business Partners. They explain how SBPs build partnerships, based upon credibility and trust, with key organization leaders. These partnerships provide SBPs with opportunities to identify and support projects directly aligned with business goals. The success of these projects deepens the SBPs' credibility, enabling them to be viewed as strategic partners. At this higher level of accountability, SBPs work with business leaders to form long-range business strategies and plans, creating and implementing people initiatives that link into and support the business strategies and plans. This practical guide offers case studies, exercises, tips, and tools you can use to become a Strategic Business Partner in your organization.

Developing Training Courses

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Developing Training Courses by Rives Hassell-Corbiell Book Summary:

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Writing Training Materials That Work

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Writing Training Materials That Work by Wellesley R. Foshay,Kenneth H. Silber,Michael Stelnicki Book Summary:

"Writing Training Materials that Work is a solid and practical resource to move our field to a more professional level of practice in which instructional decisions are based on research and valid models of how people learn" --Ruth Clark, president, Clark Training and Consulting, past president, ISPI "I can see how this book will be immediately useful to my students. In fact, I can see how it will be immediately useful to me. Thanks for putting it all together between two covers." --Allison Rossett, professor, San Diego State University The explosion of e-learning has attracted huge numbers of practitioners to the field of instructional design (ID), many with little or no actual ID training. And most current texts fail to cover the substantial recent developments in the field. Writing Training Materials that Work is different. In it, the authors identify, synthesize, and summarize the most current best practices in ID. They offer new ways of teaching declarative knowledge (facts, concepts, and principles) and well- to ill- structured procedural knowledge (problem solving). Their recommendations are based on those principles in the cognitive learning and instruction literature that are internally consistent, prescriptive, and have been empirically demonstrated to make a cost-effective difference. The authors' approach is easy to implement and consistently gets results because it focuses on teaching deep understanding and problem-solving, allowing learners to generalize and transfer learning to new situations without re-training. Whether you re an experienced instructional design practitioner who wants to expand your skills or a graduate student in an advanced instructional design course, Writing Training Materials T\that Work will prove to be a readable, usable, and indispensable guide!

Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

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Common European Framework of Reference for Languages by Council of Europe Book Summary:

The Common European Framework provides a common basis for the elaboration of language syllabuses, curriculum guidelines, examinations, textbooks, etc. across Europe. It describes in a comprehensive way what language learners have to learn to do in order to use a language for communication and what knowledge and skills they have to develop so as to be able to act effectively. The description also covers the cultural context in which language is set. The Framework also defines levels of proficiency which allow learners’ progress to be measured at each stage of learning and on a life-long basis. This restructured version of the Common European Framework of reference for language learning, teaching and assessment represents the latest stage in a process which has been actively pursued since 1971 and owes much to the collaboration of many members of the teaching profession across Europe and beyond. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_European_Framework_of_Reference_for_Languages

Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Training Evaluation

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Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Training Evaluation by James D. Kirkpatrick,Wendy Kayser Kirkpatrick Book Summary:

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Technical Training Basics

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Technical Training Basics by Sarah Wakefield Book Summary:

Annotation With this book as your guide, you can understand and navigate the process of creating effective technical training programs in partnership with a subject matter expert.

Rapid Instructional Design

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Rapid Instructional Design by George M. Piskurich Book Summary:

The classic guide to instructional design, fully updated for the new ways we learn Rapid Instructional Design is the industry standard guide to creating effective instructional materials, providing no-nonsense practicality rather than theory-driven text. Beginning with a look at what "instructional design" really means, readers are guided step-by-step through the ADDIE model to explore techniques for analysis, design, development, intervention, and evaluation. This new third edition has been updated to cover new applications, technologies, and concepts, and includes many new templates, real-life examples, and additional instructor materials. Instruction delivery has expanded rapidly in the nine years since the second edition's publication, and this update covers all the major advances in the field. The major instructional models are expanded to apply to e-learning, MOOCs, mobile learning, and social network-based learning. Informal learning and communities of practice are examined, as well. Instructional design is the systematic process by which instructional materials are designed, developed, and delivered. Designers must determine the learner's current state and needs, define the end goals of the instruction, and create an intervention to assist in the transition. This book is a complete guide to the process, helping readers design efficient, effective materials. Learn the ins and outs of the ADDIE model Discover shortcuts for rapid design Design for e-learning, Millennials, and MOOCs Investigate methods for emerging avenues of instruction This book does exactly what a well-designed course should do, providing relevant guidance for anyone who wants to know how to apply good instructional design. Eminently practical and fully up-to-date, Rapid Instructional Design is the one-stop guide to more effective instruction.

The Ten-Minute Trainer

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The Ten-Minute Trainer by Sharon L. Bowman Book Summary:

Discover more than one hundred of Sharon Bowman's training-room-proven exercises and activities -- many derived from the high-impact strategies of NLP and Accelerated Learning -- and reduce delivery time, increase retention and improve knowledge and skill transfer. These back-pocket activities are easy, quick, topic-related, and fun, and you can draw on with a minimum of preparation. The Ten-Minute Trainer features a variety of exercises, ranging from one to ten minutes in length, and provides content-specific exercises as well as activities for transitioning between topics and gauging understanding. You'll find a useful answer section that explains the brain research behind the book and a special section on learning styles that ties in with the philosophy of "learn it fast and make it last." Order your copy of this effective resource today!

On Becoming a Teacher

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On Becoming a Teacher by Edmund M. Kearney Book Summary:

Students deserve great teachers and learning to become a great teacher is a lifelong journey. On Becoming a Teacher guides both the new and experienced teacher through the exhilarating process of learning to educate students in a way that makes a lasting impact on their lives. Dr. Kearney leads the reader through the process of understanding what lies at the foundation of great teaching, loading each essay with ready-for-classroom use applications and challenging ideas. This book is designed to encourage the reader to think deeply about all aspects of education, while instilling, or rekindling, the excitement, enthusiasm, and teaching excellence shared by all great teachers. Written in conversational essay form and supplemented with discussion and reflection questions, this brief book would make an ideal classroom text for student teaching and education seminars. Whether you aspire to teaching excellence at the elementary school, middle school, high school, or collegiate level, On Becoming a Teacher is a must read. Author Bio: Edmund M. Kearney, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychology at Lewis University. Dr. Kearney has won numerous teaching awards over the past 20 years, including being named the “Teacher of the Year” at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, the Lasallian Educator of the Year for teaching excellence at Lewis University, and the St. Miguel Febres Cordero Award winner for excellence in scholarship at Lewis University. Dr. Kearney’s specialty areas in psychology include cognition, special education, child and adolescent assessment, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.