Duration: 1 hour
After the final course evaluations are completed and the participants go home, what do they actually apply? Sure they had a great experience in the training, but there needs to be more than that. This webinar will explore the concept of learning transfer. Acknowledging that there is no magic bullet for ensuring learning transfer, it will cover five strategies to be more intentional about ensuring that participants are able to apply and integrate what they learned in the classroom. The webinar will also feature examples of how to design for more effective learning transfer. You’ll leave the webinar with some ideas for making learning more impactful and more likely to stick.
In this session, you will
- Understand key principles of learning transfer
- Learn a model for integrating learning transfer into the design of a program
- Learn five strategies to enhance learning transfer
- Hear examples of learning transfer tactics that work.
Audience: Leaders in any organization charged with organizational learning, leadership development or talent management.
Jonathan Vehar is a Senior Faculty member at the Center for Creative Leadership. His education and extensive experience in program design serves the Center in his design and delivery responsibilities for various Global Solutions clients, as well as his delivery responsibilities for various leadership programs. Before joining the Center for Creative Leadership, Jonathan spent 14 years as the President and cofounder of a boutique training and organizational development firm focused on leadership skills necessary for innovation. He is also the author of many articles, videotapes, books, and training manuals about creative thinking and innovation leadership.
Samir Mehta joined CCL in 2013 and serves as the Digital Learning Products Manager. He works with various groups at CCL to ensure that digital learning products and blended learning solutions are designed and delivered seamlessly for CCLs clients. He enjoys designing learning journeys for sophisticated, discerning professionals that are truly immersive and blended. Samir started his career at Infosys Technologies and managed software development for the global tracking database for DHL. After his MBA, he moved to NIIT, an education conglomerate leading strategic initiatives for them in China. His most recent role prior to joining CCL was at the Thunderbird School of Global Management where he led business development for Thunderbird Online, the online professional development group.