"Joining a gym won’t make you fit; you need to put in the hours and the sweat to make a difference. In the same way, attending training courses won’t automatically result in people developing new skills or changing behaviour. Until they put what they’ve been taught into practice, neither they nor their organisation will benefit from the investment. With the global learning market worth over £200 billion, that can mean some very expensive gym memberships," explains Paul Matthews.
For L&D leaders, this is the elephant in the room: the lack of learning transfer. Knowledge might be power – but to be effective, that power needs to be used.
In this webinar, People Alchemy author (and elephant trainer) Paul Matthews explains how to build learning transfer into a learning strategy and shows how to ensure that learning translates into new behaviours.
Attendees take away a performance diagnostics model to use to make learning more relevant, some basics for behaviour change that really work and the 12 levers to pull to make learning transfer more effective.
The webinar takes place on Tuesday 1st October at 15:00 GMT / 10:00 ET. Registration is available via the webinar event page: The elephant in the room: building learning transfer into your L&D strategy