First Things First: Getting Started with Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation

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Senior Consultant, Kirkpatrick Partners
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President, Kirkpatrick Partners
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Attorney, Author and Performance Consultant
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Description

Are you being asked to create or deliver training that “works,” meaning it provides measurable performance improvement and enhances organizational results? You are not alone. Ironically, evaluating training value is often an afterthought, considered only after training is complete.

Learn directly from Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick, creators of the New World Kirkpatrick Model, how to start any training program right, so that value is built in and can effectively be demonstrated when it is complete. Even if you inherit existing training programs, you will find out how to incorporate small tactics that will make a big difference in creating training value.

Guest presenter, Donald Murphy, an attorney with the State of Indiana, will share how he has used these ideas to train public defenders to prepare for and succeed in their cases.

By participating in this program, you will discover how to:
  • Increase on-the-job application of what is taught
  • Maximize results from your training programs
  • Implement a Blended Evaluation Plan™ to gather complete program data

Even if you cannot participate live, register for this content-packed program, and you will receive a recording of the event, as well as evaluation tools and samples to use in your work.

About Jim Kirkpatrick, Ph.D.

Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick is the Senior Consultant for Kirkpatrick Partners. He is a thought leader in training evaluation and the creator of the New World Kirkpatrick Model. Using his 15 years of corporate experience, Jim trains and consults for organizations around the world. He is passionate about assisting learning professionals in redefining themselves as strategic business partners.

Jim delivers keynote addresses and conducts workshops on topics including maximizing business results, creating powerful training and evaluation strategies, and building and leveraging business partnerships.

Jim has co-written three books with his father, Don Kirkpatrick, the creator of the Kirkpatrick Model. He has also written four books with Wendy Kirkpatrick, including: Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Training Evaluation and Training on Trial. Jim and Wendy also served as the subject matter experts for the United States Office of Personnel Management’s Training Evaluation Field Guide.

Read more about Kirkpatrick Partners at kirkpatrickpartners.com.

 


About Wendy Kirkpatrick

Wendy Kirkpatrick is the President and Founder of Kirkpatrick Partners. As a global driving force of the use and implementation of the Kirkpatrick Model, Wendy leads companies to measurable success through training and evaluation.

Wendy’s results orientation stems from over two decades of business experience in retailing, marketing and training. She has held positions as a buyer, product manager, process manager and training manager, which leveraged her ability to organize multifaceted projects and yield rapid results.


Wendy has co-authored four books with Jim Kirkpatrick, including Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Training Evaluation. They also served as the subject matter experts for the United States Office of Personnel Management’s Training Evaluation Field Guide.

Wendy is a recipient of the 2013 Emerging Training Leaders Award from Training Magazine.

Read more about Kirkpatrick Partners at kirkpatrickpartners.com.


About Donald Murphy

Donald Murphy is a lawyer for the State of Indiana, and also provides a range of consultation services to executives on the development and implementation of key strategies to create and sustain high performing agencies. Donald is responsible for helping public defenders in Indiana improve the quality of representation they provide and he oversees the training of 1,000 attorneys.

Donald designs, implements and measures strategic and innovative OD interventions that address organizational issues in keeping with the strategic direction of the organization. He delivers presentations and facilitates workshops on the topics of managing change, organizational behavior and negotiation skills.

Donald developed a Continuing Legal Education approved “Personal Coaching” program that was featured as a “Best Practice” program by the Bureau of Justice. He has also authored two manuals on criminal law and it the author of a highly regarded law review article, The Future: Transitioning from Training Lawyers to Improving Their Performance.

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