training and learning flaws

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15 FLAWS IN TRAINING AND LEARNING DESIGN THAT CAN SLOW DOWN EMPLOYEES’ TIME TO PERFORMANCE

15 DESIGN FLAWS IN TRAINING AND LEARNING INTERVENTIONS THAT MUST BE AVOIDED TO SPEED UP TIME TO PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES

TYPE: KEYNOTE, TALK, PRESENTATION, SEMINAR, WEBINAR, TRAINING
CONTENT: RESEARCH-BASED
DOMAIN: LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT, TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT, INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
SUB-DOMAIN: EMPLOYEE TRAINING, EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
END-GOAL: TRAINING DESIGN FOR SPEED

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

TRAINING & LEARNING DESIGN FLAWS THAT HAMPERS SPEED OF PERFORMANCE
WHY AND HOW TRAINING & LEARNING INTERVENTIONS FAIL TO SHORTEN TIME TO PERFORMANCE
WHY TRAINING & LEARNING INTERVENTIONS FAIL TO SHORTEN TIME TO PROFICIENCY
HOW NOT TO DESIGN LEARNING IF YOU WANT TO REDUCE TIME TO PROFICIENCY POSITIVELY
15 LEARNING DESIGN FLAWS YOU MUST AVOID TO ACCELERATE TIME TO PROFICIENCY POSITIVELY
YOU NEED TO THINK BEYOND TRAINING, LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE INTERVENTIONS
SPEED TO PROFICIENCY IN ACCELERATED WORLD: WHY ORGANIZATIONS MUST LOOK BEYOND TRAINING AND LEARNING

WHY THIS SESSION

The speed with which teams is developed is far more critical now to meet the challenges of complex next-generation projects amidst a fast-paced business environment. The biggest challenge in the fast-paced business world is how to rapidly reduce time to develop the skills and performance of the employees, teams, managers and leaders. The workforce needs to acquire next-generation skills, master never-seen-before technologies or products. They also need to adapt rapidly to the dynamic changes in the market to stay competitive.

Training and learning interventions are always the first line of defence in preparing the employees for the job quickly. The goal of this talk is to educate training and learning designers, trainers, and L&D professionals on what design flaws they should avoid that are caused by inefficient, poor training design, which does the opposite of shortening time to proficiency.

Based on extensive research with 85 world leaders, this talk will provide powerful insights to the leaders from 66 success stories drawn from 70 world-leading organizations spanning 40 industries across 7 countries and a wide range of skills, job types and contexts.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN

You will receive first-hand research-based wisdom distilled from over 66 project case studies/success stories and two-decade of experience in developing teams. You will understand how 70 organizations propelled their workforce forward at the speed of business by developing proficiency-focused, realistic, job-specific training interventions. This talk will equip you with the same powerful design model and strategies as used by the world’s best learning and training leaders to keep the workforce on the competitive edge. This talk allows you to learn powerful insights on how the world’s best mind approach training and learning programs differently to meet the challenges of shortening workforce time to proficiency.

You will understand a framework to quickly recognize how and why training interventions could block speed to performance. You will identify potential inefficiencies, flaws, signals that might be hampering speed to proficiency, instead of accelerating it.

The session will guide you to rethink training design approaches to avoid letting training and learning interventions become disablers to the speed. A detailed set of recommendations will be provided on how to avoid specific counter-productive speed decelerators at the first place. You will walk out with an in-depth reflection on your instructional design practices, which will gear all your efforts, questions and strategies solely towards speeding up initial readiness and final proficiency of the employees.

Proficiency though training

TAKE-AWAYS / LEARNING POINTS

  • Understand the value of reducing time to proficiency of employees
  • Understand how training interventions could block speed to performance
  • Learn 4 categories of inefficiencies that hamper speed to proficiency
  • Identify 15 flaws in training design that learning designers must avoid
  • 100 indicators that trainer and training designers must be aware of
  • A framework of inefficiencies to watch during training design
  • Acquire a breakthrough thinking process for proficiency-focused instructional design

SPEAKER

HEAR OUT THE BREAKTHROUGH INSIGHTS FROM A GLOBAL AUTHORITY ON SPEED

Dr Raman K Attri

Dr Raman K Attri is a global authority on speed in personal and professional space. He is a performance and learning leader with over 25 years of international experience. His specializes in equipping professional and organizations with proven competitive strategies to speed up human learning, expertise, and performance by 2X. An accomplished business researcher, he is one among few experts in the world who have cracked the code to reduce time to proficiency of employees by 50%. An organizational learning leader, he manages a Hall of the Fame training organization, named one among the top 5 in the world, at a $40bn technology corporation. Passionate about learning, he holds two doctorates in human performance apart from earning over 100 international educational credentials and being nominated for some of the world’s highest certifications. An inspiring personality, he speaks internationally to guide leaders and professionals on research-based best practices, models, and frameworks to solve tough workplace performance problems. A prolific author of 20 multi-genre books, he writes about the deeper aspects of human excellence and capabilities. A powerhouse of positivity, despite his disability since childhood, he made his mission to teach others on how to accelerate the path to excellence and walk faster in all walks of life.

FORMAT

Keynote, presentation, webinar, or seminar – 60 mins to 2 hours

Training course version: Half-day to 1 day

Delivery: In-person or virtual

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