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LTEN 6Ds® Workshop: Short Hills, NJ
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LTEN 6Ds® Workshop: Short Hills, NJ

The 6Ds® Workshop is a highly interactive workshop based on the best-selling Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning: How to Turn Training and Development into Business Result, 2nd ed. (Pfeiffer, 2010). The workshop starts with an analysis of what businesses really want from learning and development and the strengths and weaknesses of the current approach. The rest of the workshop consists of exercises and discussions of practical ways to strengthen each link of the learning value chain.

3/3/2020 to 3/4/2020
When: 03/03/2020
8:00 AM
Where: Hilton Short Hills
41 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
Short Hills, New Jersey  07078
United States
Contact: Miki White
540.725.3859


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A Process to Design, Deliver and Measure Training and Ensure Learning Transfer

Master the Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning ®


Registration Fee: $1295 for Members / $1494 Non-Member (includes LTEN Membership Dues)

Workshop Location

Hilton Short Hills
41 John F Kennedy Blvd
Short Hills, NJ 07078

🚗 Maps, Parking and Directions  Valet parking is $32 per night and self-parking at $18 per night.

🛏️ When booking your room, be sure to call toll-free 1-800-471-6402 and mention event code: LSE. You can also use this link to book your roomGroup Rate expires February 10.

Workshop Hours

Tuesday, March 3: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday, March 4: 8:00 AM– 4:30 PM


The 6Ds® Workshop is a highly interactive workshop based on the best-selling Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning: How to Turn Training and Development into Business Result, 2nd ed. (Pfeiffer, 2010).  

The 6Ds® provide a practical and proven framework that has helped organizations across a wide range of industries around the world increase the return on their training investments.  The workshop starts with an analysis of what businesses really want from learning and development and the strengths and weaknesses of the current approach.  The rest of the workshop consists of exercises and discussions of practical ways to strengthen each link of the learning value chain.  

In each segment, participants analyze their current practices and identify specific opportunities for improvement.  The workshop includes tools and methods as well as best practice examples from leading companies for each of the 6Ds.  There is ample time for questions and discussions.

Find complete event details here on the 6Ds Workshop page.

Key Topics and Exercises

Introduction

  • How the business defines value from training.
  • Current state of the profession.
  • The two key questions that determine performance improvement.

Define

  • A four-step method for clarifying what defines success.
  • A process for defining outcomes in terms business leaders understand.

Design

  • A discussion of all the factors needed to optimize outcomes.
  • Exercises to expand participants' thinking beyond traditional course boundaries.

Deliver

  • Application of adult learning principles to bridge the learning-dong gap.
  • A process to link each learning initiative to strategic business needs.

Drive

  • Why learning transfer is the weakest link in most training programs.
  • Key elements of effective transfer management.

Deploy

  • Need to balance accountability and support.
  • Sources and systems for performance support.

Document

  • Guiding principles for effective evaluation.
  • Practice applying these to programs participants bring to the workshop

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