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Transfer of learning is the missing link in learning and Turning Learning into Action™ (TLA) is a proven learning transfer methodology that solves the problem.

This chapter focuses on how you can use the TLA methodology as a lever for change, harness the power of reflection and gives you a visual representation of how to fit learning transfer into the learning process.

What readers said about this book

I am a huge fan of this book, it’s my number one go to L&D resource!

Melissa Brown, Global Learning and Development Manager at World Animal Protection

Huge fan, 2016

Whatever involvement you have in training, be it a Manager, in HR or trainer, this book will make you think and ask “Does the training really make a difference back at work?”

R F Bates

Really made me reconsider my current practices, April 2014

From her insight into the issues faced in companies worldwide to deliver effective learning transfer, through to her easy steps guide on how you can make it happen in your organisation, Emma has conveyed her passion and commitment to improving learning transfer in every page. A must-read for anyone wanting to get more from their training budget.

Michael Papay

A Must Read for Learning and Development Professionals Who Want RESULTS, April 2014

Turning Learning into Action is a well-argued description of how training and learning in organisations is falling short; what can be done about it and how these different actions can benefit not only trainers and their participants but other stakeholders whose involvement is crucial for success.

Robin H “robinhoyle”

Good practical toolkit for every trainer, April 28, 2014

This book really opened up my eyes in regard to that holy grail we all seek to achieve, Successful Learning Transfer. I found Emma’s arguments to be very sound and her book offered a different perspective on how Learning and Development professionals can ensure that the change of behaviour we wish to achieve really can occur.
We really do often pass the Learning transfer off to the Managers (with the tools they can use to help make it a success) as this has been the historical view. I believe that Emma’s concept of having a greater emphasis on reflection, being more involved post training through focussed conversations and that the accountability of L and D does not just stop after their training event is over is worth greater consideration.
This is something we certainly will instigate in our organisation in addition to the Learning Transfer program we already have with our Managers.


Excellent perspective on learning transfer, July 20, 2014

About the author, EMMA WEBER

Emma Weber is a recognized authority on the transfer of learning. As CEO of Lever – Transfer of Learning, she has helped companies such as Telstra, Oracle and BMW deliver and measure tangible business results from learning. Emma has also been a guest speaker at learning effectiveness conferences worldwide and authored the hugely successful book “Turning Learning into Action“.


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