This webinar, we will be looking at the errors HR professionals make while implementing the Kirkpatrick Learning Evaluation Model.
The Kirkpatrick Model – which was developed by Donald Kirkpatrick in 1955 for his Ph.D. dissertation – is one of the most commonly used methods to evaluate the effectiveness of learning programs.
Every organisation that implements a learning program to help their employees develop/update their knowledge or skills would like to know the effectiveness of said learning program. The Kirkpatrick Model is the best model for identifying learning outcomes and ROI.
Although this an effective model, wrongful implementation can lead to flawed results, which can be detrimental to the learning program.
In this webinar, we will be discussing the following points:
Preethi B. Rao
Preethi is a training specialist with more than 13 years of experience in the training and customer service fields. She has experience in different business arenas that give her a rich tapestry of examples to draw from in her training sessions. She is also a Certified Kirkpatrick Facilitator by Kirkpatrick partners.
In the last 14 years, Preethi has delivered programs on a variety of topics across all employee levels and across a few countries but has particularly become recognized for her work in the ﬁeld of Change Management, Assertive Communication, Inﬂuencing and Managerial Development Program. 8 years in managerial functions handling large training functions
Preethi has worked with many large corporations, namely HP, Amadeus, Cisco, Intuit,
Novartis, Siemens, Novo Nordisk, Goldman Sachs, Magma Fincorp, etc.