It already exists for more than 100 years: the history of transfer research. Nevertheless, there is an enormous research-practice-gap. With an average implementation rate of 20%, companies spend a lot of money and time on development measures that are not very effective. In her brand new book, Ina Weinbauer-Heidel brings all the important findings on transfer research to the point and makes them practically accessible with the 12 levers of transfer effectiveness.
Day in and out the following question bothers us: How can we ensure that learned training content is really applied in practice, leading to sustainable change of behavior? Today we’d like to show you the three most effective approaches we got to know during past years and which have proven themselves as really effective. Here we go with your power package for maximum training transfer.
Synchronous vs. asynchronous eLearning – What does fit better with your Blended Learning Solutions? [infographic]
You would like to add-on eLearning components to the face-2-face trainings in your development initiatives? And thus create a Blended Learning Solution? That’s a great idea! We are sure you’re really enthusiastic about your plan, but before you go ahead there are a few things, that you should think about, in order to choose the right tool that fits your learners, the topic and last but not least your budget.
To accompany new leaders in the first months of their new role is one of the most exciting challenges we face every day. We asked our participants how they feel in our trainings and talked with Holger Hammer, department manager at Heidenheimer Zeitung, about his experience with the Course in the practice of: Competency as a new leader.