Lever – Transfer of Learning Articles
Since founding Lever, Emma has written a number of articles on getting the most from training – and they continue to receive great feedback. Learning Transfer has also been featured in Ideas – Volume 1. If you are interested in reading more, below are a list of links – or check out Emma’s blog for more articles.
Australian companies spend $4 billion a year on training. In most cases 90% of that money is wasted. While executives instinctively know current training programs aren’t achieving the desired results, often they don’t know what to do about it. In this article, Emma Weber explores how companies can improve the return on their training investment.
Companies have been using adult learning principles for two decades to improve training effectives. But are they living up to their promise? In this article Emma Weber looks at how training is only part of the equation and that unless and until behavioural changes occur, knowledge and skills are not transferred from the training room to the workplace.
This is the template for our agreement and action plan that we use with participants to capture actions and gain commitment to the next steps of the process at the end of a training
One of my favourite tools is the management consultant technique. Use it for when the client is disengaged with the training or action plan… generally what they come up with will be from the training itself!
In this interview, Colleen Lightbody, Managing Director of Neuroleadership Africa and Emma Weber dissect the links between neuroscience and learning, and explore why the transfer of learning is crucial from a cognitive point of view.
Management Consultancy Audio – Find the Gap
In an interview with John Tomlinson from Trainer Tools, Emma explains how action planning done well can be the key tool in ensuring knowledge and skills acquired through training is transferred into the workplace and drives performance improvement!
If this is your first time visiting our Resources page, you may not have seen our selection of videos, recorded over the last few years. They make me feel old now – and my style of recording videos has definitely improved since the early ones were recorded – but they still offer a great overview of many aspects of Learning Transfer. Please feel free to comment on You Tube to share your opinions.