BUS407 Training and Development week 7 please respond to 2 post below

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1.Implementation of the Training Please respond to the following:

  • From the scenario, outline a plan for a one (1) day training program that follows the Experiential Learning Model.
  • Go to the Association for Talent Development, located at https://www.td.org/, and locate a training or conference in which you are interested. Examine the training objectives that led to the implementation of the training or conference you have chosen. Then, develop a brief overview for a new training package to develop the same training objective.

2.Can you Please respond the Stefanie post below also.

After reviewing the lecture this week, I found that it would be very important to have a class of individuals who take trainings serious to be the first class (pilot run). Once all material is finalized and pilot run is good, I would do the following outline for a 1 day training program:

  1. Experience

a. practice activity - perform before being shown how

2. Share

a. Discuss observations and key findings

3. Process and Generalize

a. Discuss about importance of what they found

b. Relate the training to every day life examples

4. Apply

a. Discuss how the new skill will be implemented in every day life

From the website listed above, I reviewed the training "what is cafeteria learning". I found this information to be very interesting and factual. The training objectives that led to this training were that you need to have more than just one option to be successful. For example, if someone walks in to a hair salon to get a color, not everyone is going to be satisfied if the only color to choose from is brown. Instead, there needs to be options for customers to pick what works for them. If I were to redesign this same topic, I would call it the "no choice training". I would start by asking my audience "what if you were told you could only buy things the color red for the rest of your life" to get them to open up their thought process and why this would not work out for most individuals. From there, I would include activities that everyone would participate in and discuss importance of being open for new ways and opportunities when approaching new things. Lastly, I would have the debrief session in which everyone comes together and discusses the importance of having a choice and impacts on customers, employees, etc. if there's only one way to do something. I believe this would open up the audience's view on understanding that you may have to try multiple ways before you are comfortable or successful with something, but being narrow-minded is not usually the best route.


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