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“Your Training Workshop Was Difficult”

Hence…I Learned Something!

I was working with a client just last week to schedule training workshops for the 2015. We got to talking about some the feedback she receives on my workshops. She said she frequently hears from participants in my workshops that they had to do a lot of work and were challenged. “The […]

Developing Effective Learning Programs - Part III

A Client Story: Presenting the Report to the Client

Read Part 1 and Part 2 of this client story for background information

The Client Report

Significant information was gathered from ACG’s evaluation of the current offerings and our small group meetings. The small group meetings provided the most relevant information as we were also able […]

Developing Effective Learning Programs - Part II

A Client Story: Evaluating the Programs

Read Part 1 of this client story for background information. Part 2 will focus on Abudi Consulting Group’s (ACG) one month evaluation project.

Evaluation of Current Offerings

ACG undertook an evaluation of current offerings – those programs developed and offered by the client and those programs offered via third […]

Developing Effective Learning Programs - Part I

A Client Story: Change is Needed

If learning programs you are bringing on-site or offering virtually to your employees are not enabling for application immediately back on the job, you need new programs. If the programs you are offering just don’t fit the bill any longer, you need to make changes to satisfy professional development […]

Using Bloom’s Taxonomy: Teaching Adults to Learn Effectively

Incorporating principles of adult learning theory in any training program is the foundation to ensuring a successful transfer of skills from the training program back to the workplace. Adult education focuses on the facilitator ensuring the participants are able to achieve sustained behavioral changes to improve in a particular area(s). For example, enabling adult participants […]