November 25, 2022

13 Barriers to implementing learning transfer testimonial

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We recently received a lovely testimonial for Paul’s new ebook ’13 Barriers to Implementing Learning Transfer – and how to beat them’:

‘Learning Transfer’ often means different things to people who have different responsibilities in different organisations.
This eBook reminds Learning and Development professionals, both suppliers and purchasers of Learning and Development services about the necessity of addressing the importance of Learning Transfer in conversations with both internal and external suppliers as well as Management.
More than that, the author identifies some of the most common barriers that are raised when it comes to learning transfer and shares processes to on how to address these based upon his breadth and depth of knowledge, experience and research in this area.
A great read, this excellent eBook is one of those ‘essential aide memoirs’ for all Learning and Development professionals.
Pam McCarthy, Executive Development Director – Learning D-Limited

Download your copy here

Eva McCann

Sales & Marketing Manager at People Alchemy

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