Build a Better Reaction Sheet:
Tips from Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick
Date and TimeThu, Jun 11, 2015 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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Have you been using the same evaluation form after your training programs for as long as you can remember? Are you struggling to get an acceptable response rate? Do you wonder what people REALLY think of your training? Are you certain that you are even asking the right questions?
Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick, the creators of the New World Kirkpatrick Model, will address these and other questions during this practical session. They will share the most modern and effective ways to obtain the data and information you need after your training programs using a blended evaluation approach. They will provide specific tips that define what information to gather, when to obtain it and how to ask the questions in a way that will yield the most useful information possible from your post-program evaluation efforts. Every registrant will also receive a sample evaluation form to use and adapt for their own training programs.
Don’t miss this new, information-packed program!
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. Jim is passionate about assisting learning professionals in redefining themselves as strategic business partners. Jim has co-written seven books, including, Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Training Evaluation and Training on Trial. He served as a subject matter expert for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s Training Evaluation Field Guide.
Read more at kirkpatrickpartners.com.
About Wendy Kirkpatrick
Wendy Kirkpatrick, Senior Consultant at Kirkpatrick Partners, is a global leader in implementing the Kirkpatrick Model. With a background spanning over three decades in retail, marketing, and training, Wendy has co-authored books and contributed as an expert for significant training initiatives. Her results-driven approach continues to steer organizations toward measurable success through training and evaluation.