We do the same with current clients from time to time to keep up with their business and people strategies. Based on your brief, and our insights from getting to know you, we write a proposal that outlines learning objectives, high-level session content, possible measures of success, and supporting activities like employee communications, train the trainer, or stakeholder management tools that will help make your project a resounding success. We allocate a lead facilitator who understands you well — either through their involvement in stages one and two, or via a briefing session that covers the context for the work, stakeholder relationships, communication processes and session content.
For multiple programmes we have a core team of Partner facilitators from which we can build a design and delivery team, as well as access to an independent network of Associates. We work in a lively, practical way with examples, case studies and discussion based around real work situations. We collect and collate feedback reactions at the end of the workshop and ask about perceived skills before and after the event.
We convert these to numerical measures so that you can see both the participant reaction to the workshop and the degree of change they have experienced. We believe that measuring the transfer of learning into action provides crucial return on investment information to the business and helps shape future learning investment. We support our clients to evaluate at different levels:. While many of our clients run their evaluations internally, we can also manage it on your behalf.
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