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13 Barriers to Implementing Learning Transfer
– and how to beat them
In Learning and Development we are all aware of the need for learning transfer of training programmes to ensure they achieve the required business impact. Yet, L&D professionals are still ignoring the elephant in the room. This ebook shares the most common barriers to the implementation of learning transfer processes and, more importantly, how to overcome them.
How to Reboot Training for
Tangible Business Impact
Updated 3rd edition!
Paul initially wrote the ebook in 2020 because so many people, due to COVID-19, took what they delivered in the classroom and moved it onto a virtual platform. In effect, they were ‘webinising’ their training course.
This quick and dirty emergency solution has shortcomings which won’t stand the test of time.
Get this free ebook to learn how to fix this problem now that we are leaving the pandemic behind and can focus on the future of learning, remote or otherwise.
Download one of Paul’s 6 free Best Practice Learning and Development Guides.
Written by Paul Matthews, each of these practical guides delves into some core areas of Learning & Development.
Regarded as an authority in the Learning and Development space, Paul’s been praised by former clients for breaking down the principles of L&D in a relatable, easy-to-understand way. Communicating the fundamentals of L&D easily and enabling learners to get to grips with them quickly, led to him writing these six exclusive best practice guides.
They provide insight and advice on key concepts that are vital to anybody in an L&D role. They’ll introduce you to ideas that are at the forefront of L&D thinking. They’re short and practical – and written to help you take action. Our goal is to help you unlock your potential and enhance your performance. So browse, help yourself, and share if you’d like to.
“The guides have arrived safely; many thanks! They are well-produced, clearly written and thought-provoking – I’m extremely glad to have them.”
linda. L&D manager
Helping you select a computer-based system to support staff learning and development
There’s no denying that choosing a computer-based system isn’t an easy process. The method described in this Guide helps break down the complexity into simple steps, and provides a process within so you can make a sound decision that minimises risk.
What their interdependence means for you
There is a strong link between leadership and learning, and this guide explains that link and where engagement fits into the mix. The Guide also shows how the organisational learning environment can act as a brake or accelerator on the effects of leadership.
How to find out what stops people being capable
Capability is a slippery concept. It’s also one that many organisations don’t focus on. Yet capability actually comes down to a simple question: can the worker do the task at the point of work? Find out how to decide what you need to do to turn incapability into capability.
Paul loves writing tips, so here are three books full of useful ones to amuse you on your commute…
Paul’s aim is to inspire you, provoke thought and deliver tangible solutions to everyday problems through his free tips booklets. They’re ideal as a learning resource as well as starting point for training and development. We think you’ll find them useful even if you don’t work in the L&D function of your organisation. Read more about them and download your free e-copies by following the links below.
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