Every trainer has made mistakes. No matter if you are just starting out or if you’ve been a trainer for the past 30 years. The difference between average trainers and effective trainers will come after you make those mistakes. What do you do about them?
Join training expert Bob Pike as he explores WORST mistakes trainers make when designing and delivering training and shows you how to avoid them. We’ll cover mistakes in the following: learning transfer strategies, chunking content, being attentive to the amount of content presented, asking and answering questions, going off schedule, training measurement & evaluation, keeping participants energized, opening and closing the training program, and handout development. And we’ll cover fixes for these mistakes.
Bob Pike (1947-2023), CPLP Fellow, CSP, CPAE Speakers Hall of Fame, was known globally as the “trainer’s trainer.” He wrote more than 30 books and created dozens of videos on designing and delivering training. His Master Trainer’s Handbook remains the bestselling train-the-trainer book ever published, with more than 350,000 copies in print in four editions. He designed more than 600 one-plus day training programs in his lifetime and presented at every ATD International Conference & Exposition since 1977. Bob was a regular keynoter at global training and performance conferences over 25 countries during his career and his works have been translated into Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and more. The Bob Pike Group is an industry leading firm providing training resources worldwide.
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