Practical focus on how to maximise the business benefits from training by focusing on the period after training delivery to embed genuine behavioural change. Presents the unique new TLA methodology which has delivered tried and tested results in leading global companies such as Apple, Jaguar and Nokia. Gives the step-by-step tools you need to ensure the maximum learning transfer in your business or from your own training programme.
Emma Weber is the founder of Lever Learning and developer of the Turning Learning into Action methodology. Lever Learning delivers programmes throughout 16 countries and in 11 languages. Users of the TLA methodology include companies such as BMW, Apple, Electrolux, Landrover Jaguar, Colgate, Suncorp, Cisco and Nokia. A recognized authority on the transfer of learning, Emma has been a guest speaker on learning effectiveness at conferences in Australia, New Zealand and the USA.
"The Turning Learning into Action methodology has made a concrete
difference to our training results over the last eight years. A
must to read and implement!" * James Harper, Training Manager, BMW
Group Japan *
"A significant contribution to the transfer of learning to the job, with a practical approach of how real business results can be delivered." * Jack and Patti Phillips, founders of the ROI Institute *
"Emma's dedication to learning outcomes has made a real contribution to the success of our entrepreneurs since 2009." * Tracey Webster, CEO, Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship, Johannesburg, South Africa *
"LIW has used the Turning Learning into Action methodology with global clients for the last four years. It has become a crucial part of our approach to delivering measurable business impact for our clients - I highly recommend it!" * Pia Lee, CEO, LIW *
"Turning Learning into Action is a well-argued description of how training and learning in organisations is falling short; what can be done about it and how these different actions can benefit not only trainers and their participants but other stakeholders whose involvement is crucial for success. If you've ever been frustrated that the hard work put into creating the 'perfect' training programmes has been undermined by low levels of commitment to doing things differently and doing different things once the formal training input is over, then you will not be alone in the field of L&D. In Turning Learning into Action, Emma Weber has provided some straightforward and instantly applicable routes away from that frustration being repeated in the future." * Robin Hoyle, Training Zone *