How Your Workplace Can Support Learning Transfer - 96648

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How Your Workplace Can Support Learning Transfer Training that fails to transfer to the workplace is all around us. According to one survey of learning and development professionals, only 34% of trainees apply what they’ve learned to the workplace one year after a training intervention (Saks & Belcourt, 2006). Yet much research supports the fact that learning transfer improves when one’s workplace provides the right kind of support. So what are we waiting for? There are many ways your organization can have an impact. You can leverage opportunities prior to, during and after training. A few underlying threads that run through workplace support include an acknowledgement that: • Learning takes time to apply • Training must be more than a one-time event • Learning is a social process • Learning often happens informally Go For a Positive Transfer Climate Transfer climate refers to the conditions in the work environment that inhibit or enable newly learned skills, knowledge and attitudes back on the job. A positive environment that promotes ...
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How Your Workplace Can Support Learning Transfer

Training that fails to transfer to the workplace is all around us. According to one survey of learning and development professionals, only 34% of trainees apply what they&