Timing is Everything Series: Part 4 Optimum Performance

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Many training programs are designed to bring learners up to the point of optimum performance but the best programs also plan for future talent development.

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The Timing of Training:

The Timing of Training Plenty of time and energy is spent in talent development pondering answers to the: “Who?” “What?” “Why?” “Where?” and “How?” questions of training, but the question of “When?” is often limited to one answer: “Whenever time permits.”

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The Timing of Training The strategic element of timing in training is more nuanced than “Whenever”, and can lead to significant gains in return on investment if planned properly.

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Part 4: Optimum Performance

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This point in the curve marks the period where the terminal learning objectives of the training program have been met, but there are still: Further Refinements & Expectations of Future Performance Final Transition

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Many training programs are designed to bring learners up to the point of optimum performance ( or never make it that far at all ),  but the best programs also plan for future talent development! New Beginning

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2 Important Parts to Optimum Performance

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Before training ends, ask learners how they might be able to innovate in two ways: How could you improve the training program itself? How could you improve the functional or soft skills being taught in the training program? 1. Innovation

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2. Coaching Intensive one-on-one coaching is normally offered for high-end leadership development or sales training programs… However, any training program can benefit from the establishment and follow-through of periodic coaching appointments with learners to ensure that they are continuing to perform at the highest level. 

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2. Coaching Coaches can be: functional thought leaders in certain areas of expertise within a company internally, Trainers , or Hired third party contractors The benefits for long-term talent development cannot be understated.  

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For more, read the Timing is Everything White Paper Download

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Prior to joining InfoPro , Kyle served as a research associate on subjects including e-learning, online education, game-based learning, and social media usage in higher education at St. John's University in New York.  Kyle Miller is an enterprise learning consultant with InfoPro Learning based out of Princeton, NJ. About the Author

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We help organizations rapidly transform talent by focusing on Learning for Performance. A global, award-winning learning and training solutions company for almost 20 years, InfoPro provides performance improvement strategies, blended learning solutions, and managed training programs. One of the world’s leading providers of learning and training solutions. About InfoPro Learning For more information, visit www.infoprolearning.com

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