||Training that Delivers Results: Instructional Design that Aligns with Business Goals
|6:00 PM to 6:20 PM
||Networking and Snacks
|6:20 PM to 6:30 PM
|6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Join us on May 14, 2015 for an event with Dick Handshaw, an author, performance consultant, and training expert.
Most instructional design models don’t include performance consulting or enough emphasis on measurement to deliver results consistently. Training professionals resist the idea of being put into “order-taking” roles, but many have a hard time moving beyond being reactive. It can be challenging to include consulting and measurement on top of your already busy schedule of training development. What training professionals need is one streamlined process that helps weigh their priorities to determine what really must be done to achieve real business results.
Handshaw’s results-oriented model is systematic, yet flexible, and it works in any type of training delivery. Ensuring that your design process yields measurable business results can be a challenging and confusing process. This session offers a reliable process to connect learning solutions with strategic business goals.
- Reframe a training request and analyze performance gaps
- Develop a useful task analysis that saves time and money
- Use performance objectives to develop measurement that works
- Build consensus with a strategic blueprint meeting
- Validate instructional strategies with learner tryouts and feedback
- Explore a new model for designing instruction that aligns instructional design with business goals.
- Apply the “cost vs risk” rule to instructional design.
- Apply five proven steps that differentiate a results-driven model from traditional instructional design models.
- Apply new tools from this session to begin using these new practices in your organization immediately.
Dick Handshaw is an author, speaker, consultant and champion for innovation and quality in instructional design. Dick completed his Master’s Degree in Instructional Design at Indiana University in 1979, and quickly established himself as a pioneer in the field. He was one of the first to create computer-based training with software simulation and interactive video in 1980, a program that was successfully delivered to over 100 large bank branches.
Dick founded Handshaw, Inc., in 1985 to deliver corporate training programs and provide performance consulting services to corporate clients, where he continues to serve as Chairman. With 35 years of experience as a learning and performance improvement professional, Dick and the Handshaw Team developed and continue to utilize the Handshaw Instructional Design Model with many organizations, helping them establish and sustain a results-based training practice.
Dick has served in local politics and held positions on the boards of two banks. He served on the Charlotte ATD Chapter board six times and was the founding president of the Charlotte ISPI Chapter in 2009. Dick has presented at various international conferences such as Training Magazine, American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) and International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI). His new book, Training That Delivers Results: Instructional Design that Aligns with Business Goals is available now. Please visit his website for details at www.dhandshaw.com.
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JetBlue University is located at 8265 Hangar Blvd., Orlando, FL 32827. JetBlue U is situated on the NE area of the Orlando Int'l. Airport property. Take 528 to Goldenrod Rd. and go South. Take the first right, on to Cargo Rd. Take the next immediate right, on to Hangar Blvd. Take the second entrance on the right, to enter the JetBlue U facility. At the gate, buzz the receptionist and let them know you're here for the ISPI event. They will raise the gate and you can proceed through. Turn to the left and park anywhere there is an open spot