part 5

Embedding, learning transfer and evaluation


Picture the scene. Bob is an internal trainer running a two-day junior management development course for a large global organisation, headquartered in the UK. The course is off-site at a regularly used conference centre and Bob had got everything set up with plenty of time to spare. He had not met or been in contact with any of the participants before the course began, but he greeted them warmly as they came into the large room, which had no natural sunlight. The managers had been ‘selected’ as a result of their appraisals and invited to attend the workshop which is part of a well-established core curriculum that has been run consistently for three years and which has support from ...

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