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Consistent Performance: Using an Impact Map to Train the Right Things

  • Wednesday, October 09, 2013
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Management Education Center (MEC), 811 W. Square Lake Road, Troy, MI 48098

Registration

  • Current members of the Greater Detroit Chapter of ASTD


GDASTD October Meeting

 

"Consistent Performance: Using an Impact Map to Train the Right Things"

 

Speaker:

Valerie Brown

Performance Consultant

Innovative Learning Group


 

Innovative Learning Group performance consultant, Valerie Brown, will introduce to you a one-page tool that will help you ensure that you are training your people on the right things. This tool, the impact map, ensures that your training enables learners to consistently perform the tasks most critical to your organization’s success.


In the session, participants will learn:

  • The benefits of using an impact map
  • What an impact map is
  •  How to use an impact map throughout the instructional design process

Participants also will learn how to actually develop an impact map and have the opportunity to create one during the session and be able to take an impact map template away with them.

 

Agenda

5:30pm-6:00pm:  Registration/Networking

6:00pm-6:45pm:  Dinner

6:45pm-8:30pm:  Presentation


About Valerie Brown
Valerie Brown has more than 25 years of experience leading projects focused on improving human performance through learning, including projects to design curricula, develop learning solutions, and evaluate training results.

Valerie has presented on topics related to driving consistent, strategic performance through training at the ASTD International Conference and Exposition in 2010 and 2012 as well as at the ASTD Michiana Chapter where she currently is serving on the board of directors as secretary. Valerie co-wrote an article, “Using Performance Modeling to Drive Consistent, Strategic Performance of Amway Distributors Globally,” which was published in the January 2012 edition of ISPI’s Performance Improvement Journal. Excerpts from the article also appear in the 2012 edition of the book “Fundamentals of Performance Technology:  A Guide to Improving People, Process, and Performance.”

 

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