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Debrief and Feedback Strategies

Business & economics


by
Catherine Mattiske

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 4.4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Participants in training value constructive feedback over tangible rewards. The effective use of feedback and debriefing is vital for transfer of learning, participant motivation and workplace application. Learning and application opportunities can be wasted when participants fail to receive relevant information about their performance.This Learning Short-take™ combines self-study with workplace activities to develop skills in delivering training feedback and debriefing learning activities. It is designed primarily for trainers who work in face-to-face training, however is also as appropriate for those developing other types of training interventions (e.g. e-learning & self-study).Participants will evaluate their current approaches to delivering training feedback and activity debriefs, and develop new and innovative approaches to maximize learning.Learning Objectives• Explain the value of feedback in training and workplace performance improvement• Use appropriate techniques for delivering feedback• Select and apply effective e-learning feedback strategies• Design training and other types of workplace debriefs• Explain and list debrief questioning techniques• Create a Skills Development Action Plan

Participants in training value constructive feedback over tangible rewards. The effective use of feedback and debriefing is vital for transfer of learning, participant motivation and workplace application. Learning and application opportunities can be wasted when participants fail to receive relevant information about their performance.This Learning Short-take™ combines self-study with workplace activities to develop skills in delivering training feedback and debriefing… (more)

Participants in training value constructive feedback over tangible rewards. The effective use of feedback and debriefing is vital for transfer of learning, participant motivation and workplace application. Learning and application opportunities can be wasted when participants fail to receive relevant information about their performance.This Learning Short-take™ combines self-study with workplace activities to develop skills in delivering training feedback and debriefing learning activities. It is designed primarily for trainers who work in face-to-face training, however is also as appropriate for those developing other types of training interventions (e.g. e-learning & self-study).Participants will evaluate their current approaches to delivering training feedback and activity debriefs, and develop new and innovative approaches to maximize learning.Learning Objectives• Explain the value of feedback in training and workplace performance improvement• Use appropriate techniques for delivering feedback• Select and apply effective e-learning feedback strategies• Design training and other types of workplace debriefs• Explain and list debrief questioning techniques• Create a Skills Development Action Plan

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