Beyond the Training Event:
6 Best Practices to Ensure Learning Results


Director, Consulting Services, Wilson Learning
Vice President of Business Development, Wilson Learning
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You know training events on their own aren’t enough to ensure lasting performance improvement, yet you are under pressure to deliver solutions more quickly and with fewer resources than ever before. What can you do when you don’t have time or support for full-blown performance consulting but want your training to genuinely enhance individual and organizational results?

In this webinar, you’ll learn 6 best practices to elevate any learning effort from program to performance improvement initiative.

In this practical session, you will discover how to:

  • Align learning with your organization’s strategy to secure successful business outcomes
  • Expand your view of the learning initiative to encompass application to the job
  • Elevate your learning implementation to a strategic initiative by leveraging the 6 best practices


Gain ideas, tools, and techniques to help you provide training that impacts the success of your organization.

About Wendy Mack

Wendy Mack is Director of Consulting Services for Wilson Learning Corporation. Wendy leads the team that is responsible for diagnosing client needs and designing comprehensive solutions that result in sustained behavior change and performance improvement.

Wendy’s work blends her expertise in learning and development with her extensive knowledge of human performance technology, change management, and communication. She has more than 20 years of experience in the individual and organizational development arenas and has coauthored three books on the topics of learning, leadership, and change. Wendy is a popular speaker at national conferences and client events.

About Carl Eidison, Ph.D.

Carl Eidson, Ph.D., is Vice President of Business Development for Wilson Learning. Dr. Eidson leads and coaches a virtual team of over 100 independent distributors stretching from Toronto to Bogotá and works extensively with clients. Dr. Eidson has coauthored articles on selecting top talent published in scholarly journals, including Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Performance, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, and Journal of Business and Psychology. He has also authored and coauthored articles on leadership, sales, virtual teams, and employee engagement in industry publications including CIO, Training Magazine, and Sales Pro Magazine. Dr. Eidson is a frequent speaker at professional conferences on the topic of learning transfer and human performance improvement research and practices.

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