What’s in This Chapter:
• The benefits of follow-up to your workshop
• Description of how follow-up extends from start to finish
• Dozens of ideas you can implement before, during, near the end, and after the workshop
Transitioning learners from “I tried it” to “I’ll apply it” requires you to design follow-up activities and provide tools to both the participants and the managers who will continue to develop the participants after your workshop. If your participants are mostly managers (the audience for whom the workshop is intended), you may be working at a higher level in the organization. The facts don’t change, however. For learning to transfer, the participants must be committed to ...